Pilates For Rehabilitation

Ann Arbor, MI

"Change happens through movement and movement heals."-Joseph H. Pilates


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Pilates

Since 2016, in addition to myofascial release we have been offering equipment based Pilates. Lisa received comprehensive training with Polestar Pilates. This has been a worthwhile addition to our offerings as building awareness in the quality of our movement, muscle awareness and movement strategies can contribute to an increased overall sense of well-being. On site we have a Reformer, Cadillac/trapeze Table, Pilates Chair, Ladder Barrel and Spine Corrector. Our Pilates Reformer has been retrofitting to include Konnector allowing for unlimited potential for movement!

The intention of our offerings is to challenge you to move differently and more efficiently by gaining stability in your overused areas and flexibility in your not so flexible areas. This will promote movement with more efficiency and confidence, whether you are participating in your favorite sport or loading and unloading the dishwasher.

In private sessions Pilates based equipment is utilized to help facilitate movement during exercise and provide "proprioceptive" feedback for the movements with the goal of progressing movement and strength for more challenging exercises or utilizing less assistance from the Pilates equipment. Pilates based exercises are also infused in therapy sessions to encourage movement, strength and flexibility. So your myofascial treatments will be more beneficial!


Private sessions: $75

Duet:$80

Small Group: $15 (Drop in rate)

For Group class pricing refer to our Online Classes page.

Movement Assessment: $35 (30 min. your movement assessment session can be combined with an additional 30 min. Pilates session for an additional $25.)

To ensure you get the most out of your training with us a Movement Assessment is required. This provides you the opportunity to become more familiar with the exercises and cuing as well as helping the teacher to know what modifications are need to ensure a positive movement experience can take place!