How to Improve Your Posture, Physio-Pilates Workshop for Men

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How to Improve Your Posture
- Pilates does not just have to be for women. It can work for anyone at any level of fitness and the benefits won’t just be in the Pilates studio, you will see the benefits in your daily routine and any sport or forms of exercise outdoors or at the gym.

With the likes of Rory McIlroy, Andy Murray, the All Blacks, Welsh Rugby, and some top tier football teams incorporating Pilates into their workout routines there has to be benefits!!! Pilates is a form of exercise that can show you how to improve your posture, help you balance the muscle imbalance that comes with weight training and help you reduce back pain and recover from injury.

When you become more aware of your posture you are going to incorporate the lessons you learn in the studio into your gym work, your golf swing, your football and rugby play, your running or any sport activity that you would like to engage with.

Not convinced yet? Have a watch at this video:

Pilates is based on different principles:

1. Concentration
2. Centering
3. Control
4. Precision
5. Breath
6. Flow

If you are suffering from aches and pain in your back, neck, shoulders or in any part of your body, focusing on aligning your body will reduce the “hunchback”, the “sway back”, the “turtle neck”, the “duck butt” any many other posture imbalances that are causing you pain and discomfort.  Improving your posture will have an impact on your performance, not just in exercise and sports but in your everyday life.

Improve your posture, improve your fitness, improve your well-being!

Workshop Details

Date: 15th September
Time: 10.30am to 12.30pm
Location: Kylemore Studio (above Bright Lights)
Cost: €75

What to Wear

Tight fitting t-shirt and tracksuit trousers.

What to Bring

Bottle of water


Workshop Location

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Due to our current waiting list, we are unable to accept any new Physiotherapy Patients until January 2020.

Please contact us again in January.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.