STOTT Pilates®

Pam teaches Pilates through the lens of the Alexander Technique; the focus is on the whole individual and the dynamic coordination of the head, neck and spine in all movements. No bracing, tightening or over-contracting; rather a sense of flow, balanced energy and a focus on breath and alignment. 

 

She’s trained in the STOTT Pilates® method, which is a contemporary approach to the original Pilates method based on modern principles of exercise science and rehabilitation.

 

All Pilates apparatus are used during a lesson including the Pilates Cadillac, Reformer and Wunda Chair.  Lessons are suitable for all levels and great for:

  • Injury rehabilitation

  • Pre- and Post-Surgery

  • Spine Conditions

  • Hip and Knee Replacements

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Parkinson’s Disease

  • Sports and Dance Performance

  • General Health/Fitness

 “If your spine is inflexibly stiff at 30, you are old. If it is completely flexible at 60, you are young.”
—Joseph Pilates
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GYROTONIC EXPANSION SYSTEM®

The GYROTONIC® Method is an original movement method that addresses the entire person. It balances the nervous system by opening energy pathways, increasing range of motion and movement efficiency. Each movement flows into the next, allowing the joints to move through a natural range of motion without compression.

Special attention is paid to the functional capacity of the spine. Through rotating and spiraling movement patterns, a balanced support system of the skeleton, joints and supporting muscles is created. It’s suitable for all abilities: 

  • People with Injuries and Chronic Conditions

  • MS and Parkinson's

  • Athletes and Dancers

  • Older Adults 

  • Golfers 

  • Fitness Enthusiasts 

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