The Zone Rehabilitation Program helps to re-train and strengthen the body using Pilates - an extensively used system, world-wide, for rehabilitation and strengthening of the body.
The program is based on the expertise and experience of Anjali Sareen, the pioneer of fitness and rehabilitation Pilates in India. Anjali has trained and guided physiotherapists and movement specialists across the country in this method.
The program addresses concerns related to back, neck, hip, knee, shoulder, muscle pain, and more; that affect daily living.
Programs are customised for post-surgery strengthening, injury-prevention, many lifestyle related and special populations concerns such as spine and disc-related, fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis and more.
“We are made to move; and Pilates helps to make movements efficient and strong.” - The Zone Movement Principle
The key to a successful rehabilitation program is to
strengthen and re-train the specific concern, and
train the body to work in an integrated, efficient, and pain-free way.
“Anjali and Sharat, this little note is to thank you both profusely for all the fantastic treatment I have received.
I am feeling rejuvenated and the results are showing in my work and my attitude to life.
I write this because, very often as recipients of timely help we forget to acknowledge the role of others in the process. Thank you both once again.
God bless, Narayan.
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
- muscular strength,
- correct movement patterning,
- stability, balance, control,
“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.
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
- Multiple Sclerosis,
- Post-treatment cancer survivors,
- Disc-related concerns,