PHYSICAL THERAPY AND THE PILATES TECHNIQUE
This article is not meant to discourage anyone from meeting with a Physical Therapist but we want to share with you how Pilate Mat Technique can be another form of rehabilitation. When it comes to getting back from an injury, Pilates technique allows to you safely strengthen and tone your body in a low impact modality.
While Physical therapy is the art that helps to ease out the pain and allows you to function the way you should. Pilates technique is a great way to advance your strength and coordination when Physical Therapy becomes obsolete.
Joseph Pilates introduced Pilates Exercise into the United States in the year 1920. It was his own way of helping injured dancers and athletes return to exercise and help maintain their fitness level. Ever since it has been adopted into the fitness system and the technique has also been modified to suit everyone in the general community and not just dancers and athletes, and millions of people today have experienced the physical therapy’s benefits of that length, strength and the needed agility. It (Pilates Technique) can also be an anaerobic and non-aerobic form of exercise that requires a high level of concentration and focus, this is due to the fact that you move your body via a very detailed and precise motion. So how can it really help you bridge out of Physical Therapy after sustaining an injury? Well, with the right high-quality instruction and quality Pilates Techniques, you can get the right rehabilitation.
Here is some Pilates technique that will help you bridge out the physical therapy which would prevent you from injuries or heal you.
The first technique that will help you is the Alignment technique, it (Pilates) works with aligning your whole body in such a way that it will ultimately protect and support your bone structure and all other internal organs. This is great for those with fractured bones or any other bone-related problems.
The Pilate technique usually slows us down, the main reason for this is to make you become more aware of the messages that are been sent to your brain via your sensory nerves. This is when you start to know the importance of your arms, neck, head, torso, spine and your breath. The Pilate technique is very important as it is very satisfying and also helps to ease out the pressure.
Relaxing deeply helps you avoid unnecessary tension especially when your muscles are overly tense. It shouldn’t be mistaken for a blobbing out or letting go. Just make sure it’s used with the right effort. It's important to be moderate, adjust to what your body needs as at now.
Why Is Mat Pilates Effective?
Pilates can offer a lot of effectiveness to the overall well-being of your body. It can reduce your back pain, help in treating anxiety and postpartum. We at The Floor, commit to design a minimalist program that helps an individual to embrace the nature as well as work for the improvement of their body system.
Reasons why Pilates are effective:
Mat Pilates for better posture
Practicing Pilates on a mat can be beneficial for the overall functioning of your body. Toning, flexibility, better posture, more efficient movement, the body and mind connection; are certain benefits that mat Pilates offer. Pilates mat workout incorporates the classic Pilates sequence, which is an exceptionally good workout that provides the foundation for a lifetime of healthy habits.
2. Mat Work Improves Body, Mind & Spirit
Pilates has nothing to do with religion, but it was definitely developed with the intention of helping to integrate and elevate the body, mind, and spirit. Pilates exercises are always practiced with the Pilates principles of centering, concentration, control, precision, breath, and flow. The mat is the perfect place to embody the Pilates principles.
3. Avoid diseases with mat Pilates
Individuals suffering from cardiovascular or neurological disorders, have always found mat Pilates more effective than a reformer. It can save your time and you can actually incorporate the minimalist time for your overall well-being.
The present study confirms that Pilates has a positive impact on postural alignment, which can be attributed to the fact that Pilates exercises are performed symmetrically and strengthen the deep muscles. Moreover, the results showed that muscle mass were correlated with trunk postural alignment, and that the amount of body fat had a negative correlation with balance, indicating that the proper amount of muscle is critical in maintaining trunk postural alignment. The actions of the muscles should come first in order to maintain the skeletal form and the postural alignment, not only on the left and right, but also at the front and back. This is possible while you are working on a mat.