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Do Pilates Help Back Pain?

The direct answer is yes, Pilates can help alleviate back pain, improve spine health, and even help prevent back injuries. Often back pain is a symptom of something else mechanically out of balance like your hips and or pelvis. When you apply proper body mechanics during everyday activities, you reduce the risk of injury to your low back. Learning effective techniques is where Pilates comes in. Our instructors at The Pilates Effect in Arlington have extensive experience and are trained to help you experience the full effects of Pilates in your life.

When you apply the pilates principles in your daily activities, you’ll experience less back pain and even be able to prevent back injuries. Because you are increasing the strength of your core muscles, while also improving your postural awareness, you’ll start noticing a difference immediately. Your awareness and ability to make adjustments using the pilates method will inevitably lessen the likelihood of injury.

Pilates Classes Will Teach You How to:

  • Stretch Properly

  • Strengthen Core Muscle Groups

  • Support Your Spine in Proper Alignment

  • Utilize Proper Breathing Exercises

  • Establish & Maintain Mind-Body Connection

“Breathing is the first act of life and the last. Our very life depends on it.” - Joseph Pilates

Breathing is important and will fuel your body, giving vital oxygen to all your muscle groups. Plus, the benefits of utilizing breathing techniques stretch far beyond the studio. You’ll be able to use the breathing techniques you learn at The Pilates Effect to alleviate stress, and pain and increase the total function of your mind, body, and spirit.

Don’t let back pain prevent you from living a full life.

Back pain has become so common nowadays with the increased demand online, whether it’s in front of a computer or on your phone, it seems most people have some form of discomfort in their back. You could also be suffering from an injury, or maybe you have a job or classes that require sitting a lot, sedentary work is a major component that can lead to chronic back pain. You have the ability to make a choice for your body that is effective, healthy, and natural offering vitality and longevity.

Pilates improves the mobility of the spine by aligning each vertebra and strengthening the muscles holding it in place.

Pilates is a particularly good exercise for many people with back pain because of its specific design. Strengthening your core (deep abdominal and pelvic floor muscles) provides support to your back like a girdle for the spine. Pilates has been proven to reduce chronic back pain and increase range of motion. Pilates can also help align your spine and all the little muscles that support good spine health.

Discover Pilates For Back Pain & Reclaim Your Quality Of Life.

You can prevent and manage back pain by incorporating Pilates into your exercise routine.

Some Amazing and Effective Benefits of Pilates Include:

  • Reduce lower back pain

  • Safe & effective rehabilitation of spinal & joint injuries

  • Promote good posture and alignment

  • Reduce, and Maintain weight

  • Strengthens core muscles

  • Boosts energy

  • Relieve stress

  • Improve the quality of sleep

  • Increases and enhances focus

  • Increases flexibility

  • Lengthen & tones muscles

  • Improves Spinal stabilization

  • Improves muscle control

  • Establishes & Improves balance

  • Increases lung capacity

  • Improves circulation

Complete Balance & Control

More than physical exercise, Pilates has also been proven to improve mental focus and receive stress. Because we use mind-body techniques, you will gain full awareness of your complete self, mind, body & spirit.

“Above all, learn how to breathe correctly.” - Joseph Pilates

Learn breathing and concentration techniques that are essential for the mind-body connection and maintaining good form. This specific type of concentration and breathing will translate into your everyday activities at work and at play.

Start your Pilates Classes and achieve total body alignment with great posture while sitting at your desk or doing projects at your kitchen table, maintain correct form and breathing while lifting items to prevent injury and pain. Plus, you’ll look and feel great!


Pilates Studio Near Me (Arlington location)

The Pilates Effect

​The Shoppes at Brownstone Village

2410 W Abram, Ste 112 Arlington, TX 76013

(214) 558-0996

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