“You will feel the difference in 10 lessons, you will see the difference in 20 lessons and you will have a brand new body in 30 lessons.” When Joseph Pilates said this, he believed in the power of pilates. He supported all this belief with 6 basic principles: alignment, concentration, control, breath, precision and fluidity. From the beginning of the 20th century until today, pilates has become a 100-year-old discipline that has come a long way and started to improve itself at every stage. Pilates, which is one of the first steps taken by people who need movement all over the world today, provides group and one-on-one lessons to people under the name of mat and reformer classes.
In the process of all these studies, pilates aims to gain and maintain one’s physical fitness skills, postural alignment, bodily awareness, psychological comfort, social needs and life health. One of the most beautiful features of Pilates is that it actively works many muscle groups at the same time, uses all planes and angles, and offers even difficult and skillful movements, suitable for all ages and all levels, thanks to its instructive feature.