Physical Rehabilitation

Pilates: Effective For Injury Rehabilitation

by Ken Endelman

Most people all over North America are familiar with Pilates – it is still is one of the fastest growing exercises in the world. And millions more have experienced the physical fitness benefits of added strength, length, and agility that it provides.

But few know that Pilates is rapidly rising in another area – rehabilitation from injury.

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Because How You Move Matters…

One giant leap forward in your health, your energy, and your life.

If you’ve ever looked for a “shortcut” to looking, feeling and performing your best throughout your life, we’re glad you’re here because Pilates is EXACTLY what you’ve been looking for…

Pilates helps improve your foundational movement base.

By using the nervous system to eliminate poor movement patterns you can create rapid improvements in every aspect of your life – from pain relief to injury prevention, improved athletic performance, and even mindset shifts.

In today’s world, there’s a huge gulf between how high-level athletes train and what the rest of us do for ourselves. Elite-level athletes spare no expense in seeking out the “best of the best” to help them train and improve. This makes perfect sense because they make a living with their bodies. But here’s a little secret …

So do you!

Even if you work in an office and your “playing field” is the keyboard and mouse, you still use your body to support your family. Much like any professional athlete, you cannot afford to be sidelined by pain, injury, or simply by low energy and vitality day after day. It costs you too much in productivity – both at home and at the office.

We believe that everyone is an athlete, so for maximum health and performance take a clue from the world’s finest performers…

MEET AIMEE BAKER

Aimee Baker, the owner of Bodylogic Fitness, earned her Pilates teaching certificate from the internationally renowned Pilates Center of Boulder in 2002 and her Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Dance at the University of Colorado. She is certified to teach the Functional Movement Screen, Pilates, Corealign®, Lagree Fitness, AFAA Primary Group Exercise, and NASM Group Personal Training. Aimee was selected as the Best Personalized Pilates Teacher by the Philadelphia Magazine in 2008.

Aimee enriches her approach to movement with her education in anatomy. In 2008, she graduated from Body Language, a 200 hour course with the anatomist Thomas Myers. She is currently faculty in training in Myers’s Anatomy Trains® program and brings this information to the movement world. She is also an ongoing participant in intensive full body dissections.

A steady and nurturing teacher, Aimee helps every client achieve gradual and lasting physical changes. Her multifaceted movement sessions help students develop body awareness and strength in order to better manage and counterbalance the demands of daily living.www.bodylogicpilates.com