The Zone Rehabilitation Program Focus:  

  • Pilates movements are modified to address individual needs, challenges and goals of the person.

  • Sessions are specific to the person and do not consist of a fixed routine of exercises to be applied for every back, shoulder, knee or any other concern as the case may be.

  • Goal of the program is to help regain functional movement capability by addressing

    - joint-stability,

    - muscular strength,

    - correct movement patterning,

    - stability, balance, control,

    - core-strengthening.

Change happens through movement and movement heals.
— Joseph Pilates
  • Specialised Pilates machines and varied small equipment are used to help re-train and strengthen.

  • The Pilates machines are designed to assist or challenge the body's system as required. 

  •  The machines use spring-resistance that provide constant proprioceptive feedback which helps to

    - increases body-awareness during movements,

    - improves muscle engagement and movement patterns to build strength, stability and control.


Program Goals:

  • Strengthen the body for daily living activities.

  • Help restore and achieve physical fitness.

  • Re-train the body for better movement patterns and correct muscular engagements.

  • Strengthen post-injuries and/or surgeries of knee, hip, back, shoulder and more. 

  • Address Special Populations concerns for

    - Osteoporosis,

    - Multiple Sclerosis,

    - Post-stroke,

    - Osteoarthritis,

    - Post-treatment cancer survivors,

    - Disc-related concerns,

    - Fibromyalgia.