Classical Pilates strictly works on incorporating all of the six fundamentals – Breathing, Concentration, Control, Centering, Precision & Control. Hence, there is no specific exercise that one must avoid unless the practitioner is battling with an injury or a chronic condition.
Pilates provides a holistic approach to well-being during menopause. The breathing mechanism in Pilates promotes calmness & inner harmony amid the hormonal changes in the body. Since Pilates is an injury free practice it allows women to build strength and flexibility in a safe environment without the fear of injuries.
There are online Pilates classes that helps women across ages and cities access the session at affordable prices. These workouts can be performed on the Mat with Props and has been designed to provide you with a safe and systematic approach to building your Pilates practice.
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