Pilates is designed to give you suppleness, natural grace, and skill that will be unmistakably reflected in the way you walk, in the way you play, and in the way you work.
— Joseph Pilates

The Zone Sports Performance

Program Focus:

  • Core Strengthening

  • Correcting muscular imbalances and posture alignment

  • Functional training to improve mobility, stability, coordination, and balance

  • Rehabilitation post-injury

  • Injury Prevention

  • Increase mental focus and concentration

Pilates teaches the body to work in a more intelligent and aware manner. The focus is on training smarter without creating unnecessary stress on the entire body.

Pilates is most effective in addressing common sports-related injuries such as rotator cuff impingement, tears, sprains, lack of joint-stability, back pain and more.


Pilates for Improving Sports Performance:

  • Core strengthening lays the foundation for strong, stable movement.

  • Pilates focuses on training the body to work as an integrated whole. This helps improve mobility, stability, coordination, and balance which are key elements in sports and athletics. 

  • Increased body-awareness leads to better posture and alignments for efficient movement.

  • Focus is on functional training for the body with compound, complex movements.  Using varied muscle-groups with multi-plane movements increases coordination, stability, and efficiency of movements. 

  • Repetitive movements and one-sided sports result in postural and muscular imbalances. Pilates works to balance the body and develop muscular symmetry.

Pilates for Injury Prevention:

  • Pilates training is done primarily on spring-resistance machines where adjustments can be made for individual needs and goals. This enables specific focus on individual alignments and movement patterns.

  • Increased body-awareness leads to

    - efficient, effective movements

    - higher endurance and energy levels

    - less stress being placed on the body.

  • Working on the Pilates machines provides proprioceptive feedback to the body. This improves muscle engagements and movements leading to better strength, stability and control.

  • Emphasis is placed on teaching the body to integrate working with stabilizing and mobilizing muscles while maintaining integrity of joint-control.