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Menopause - Pilates

I believe ‘age is just a number’, however our muscles and bones are truly different from when we were in our 20s. Menopause is an important transition, but also a confusing change to all premenopausal and menopausal women.

They often experience a sense of loss, for both their youth and their child-bearing ability. However, regular exercise regime and a positive attitude can help to cope with the changes. Pilates is one of the best exercise method which helps in menopause with varies ways!

What is Menopause?

Menopause is the time that marks the end of women menstrual cycles. It’s diagnosed after you’ve gone 12 months without a menstrual period. Menopause can happen in your 40s or 50s or later.

Menopause is a natural biological process. But the physical symptoms might be different, such as:

· weight gain

· loss of bone density

· hot flashes

· sleep problem

· mood swings

· night sweats

· incontinence

Why does Pilates Help in Menopause?

Pilates can be a perfect exercise for premenopausal and menopausal women. It’s not only low-impact and stress-free, but also safe for midlife. It helps increase flexibility and improve muscle strength and tone. Stretching and breathing exercises can calm and relax menopausal women and help them sleep better.

Below is the Pilates benefits which help in menopause:

· stress relief

· improve strength and flexibility

· reduce risk of osteoporosis

· improve pelvic floor muscle function

What Should I Do Now?

If you are planning to try your first Pilates, the best way is to either join a Pilates class, or arrange a one to one session with our Pilates instructor, this can then lead you to understand your own body and the instructor can customise and tailor to you.

We are looking into doing a Workshop/Classes for Menopause clink on the button below to show your interest and let us know what you would prefer.

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Totally agree with this Claire there is no point sitting around moping. I am going down, getting old, determined to stay fit.

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