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A lot of physiotherapists will have take a course on Pilates as a part of their study program. Pilates is one of the go-to tools of physiotherapists when it comes to movement and rehab. It works on your posture and teaches you how to move your body in an efficient way, making you more aware of your muscles. It is an excellent tool for rehab.

A lot depends upon the group you are doing Pilates with. If it is a group Pilates class focussed on individuals with the same injury as you, then that’s great (but also rare to find). Most practitioners will recommend that you start with Personal Training sessions, as this is the safest way to kick start your Pilates and fitness journey after an injury.

Absolutely. Pilates is great for people with injuries, as it helps your strengthen your injury area while working the rest of your body in a safe way. It will not only help to keep you in shape but can also reduce pain and prevent further injuries.

Since Pilates is a relatively low-impact form of exercise which aims to increase the flexibility of the body, it is considered safe to do, even while you are pregnant. Since it focuses on the core, it can help relieve the backaches, sore muscles, and can even aid in delivery!

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