The PILATES Room, Pilates Reformer, Total Barre, Rehabilitation, Geroskipou Paphos Cyprus


The best fitness professionals know that exercise program development can’t be treated with a one size-fits-all approach. These sessions are designed for those with special needs or health concerns.  Special populations groups are persons with various conditions that are often under the care of physicians or other health care personnel. Specialized training is beneficial for both personal training specialists as well as group fitness instructors, depending on the type of population being instructed. Some growing special populations groups include: Pre/Post-Natal, Active Aging, Injuries/Rehabilitation, Obesity, Osteoporosis and Diabetes to name a few. These specially designed sessions will give you, who would have otherwise overlook training with a fitness specialist another look on life. To name a few: pregnancy, obesity and active aging and Post-Rehabilitation. 

Our aim for many of our post-rehab clients is to restore function and return to normal, daily activities and previous levels of functionality. To achieve and minimize the extent of the initial damage, reduce associated pain and inflammation, promote healing, Maintain/restore flexibility, strength, muscle balance and proprioception and overall fitness.

With pre/post-natal clients, if exercise has been a part of your regular routine, you are generally encouraged to continue exercising at a mild to moderate level during your pregnancy.  The benefits of staying active through pregnancy include: Less maternal weight gain, A stronger likelihood of coping with labour better and getting back into shape quicker postpartum, Aiding in the prevention of gestational diabetes, Improved psychological well-being.  After delivering a baby, one of the first considerations for new moms from a fitness perspective is to redevelop the strength of the pelvic floor, a fundamental practice in mind-body modalities.



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