Simona Di Tuci
Why Pilates is Done Best in a Private Session
Updated: Sep 13, 2022
Pilates is a form of physical therapy that can help people with back pain, neck pain, and other physical issues. It is also a great way to get in shape and improve your overall health.
Private sessions are the best way to get the most out of Pilates. This is because you are able to focus on specific areas that need improvement and make sure you are doing it correctly. The instructor is also able to provide individualized advice on how to improve your technique which will give you better results in the long run.
Your instructor will be present at all times and to guide you during the exercise. One-on-one instruction ensures that the student gets the most out of their workout while also reducing any chance of injury. Most importantly, personal trainers will protect you from any movements - through the most subtle adjustments - that would cause you to hurt yourself. Without an instructor, Pilates can become dangerous as it becomes difficult to know if you are doing an exercise correctly or not.
Pilates private sessions are beneficial for anyone who wants an individualized workout that they can do at home or at work without having to drive anywhere or spend a lot of money on equipment.
Additional benefits to doing Pilates in a private session include:
It can be tailored to your needs. Some people are looking for injury management, strength training, or just need an opportunity to leave the house and get some exercise. We can manage the class to make it fit your goals.
You will get more attention from the instructor. When it comes to fitness, you want to be able to focus on your form and technique. You don't want to worry about getting hurt or not being able to keep up with the instructor. This is why private pilates classes are so popular. Private sessions allow our clients to learn most effectively and practice Pilates most efficiently.
You will have more time to ask questions. There is no pressure to follow along quickly, with the danger of harming yourself or making a mistake. This is the best opportunity to learn at your own pace.
You can focus on problem areas. Your instructor will help you to work specific muscles and improve your range of motion, whether the goal is to manage pain or increase mobility.
If you have questions or are interested in private sessions at EHPilates by Simona in Brooklyn, call our Park Slope studio: (917) 909-1067