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Hip, Knee & Ankle Issues

The most common injury, ankle sprain or simply the lack of optimum range of motion in your ankle can set a series of imbalances and dysfunctions in your body. The most common of all is change in gait pattern, which eventually can make yours legs week, causing hip and back pain. The most acquired prolonged sitting habits are very common among high school teenagers, office or desk-job develop the joint pain for being inactive. On the contrary the cyclists, runners, sprinters, gymnasts, high jump athletes and other sports players suffer from overuse injuries of either one of the three important joints in the lower body.

If you are looking for a simple, more effective way to deal with your knee issues, hip impingements and sciatica started due to prolonged sitting habits, bad movements techniques, or posture; come and get a free assessment and movement screen or start with one of the classes from the recommendations below to help overcome your knee, ankle or hip issues.

Remember, every part of your body is inter-connected and re-building that connection takes time and effort.

Hip, Knee & Ankle Issues (Lower Body Dysfunction)

MUST ATTEND ANY OF THE CLASSES BELOW (2-3 times/week)

Hips. Abs. Shoulder (Reformer)
Skip all that leg and arm work and focus on getting your hips and shoulders perform their best so you can play that sports with ease and reduce chance of repetitive injuries to your joints.
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Hips. Abs. Shoulder (Reformer)
Legs. Abs. Thighs (Reformer)
A low-impact lower-body workout class to help strengthen your feet and tone your thigh and buttocks.
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Legs. Abs. Thighs (Reformer)
Balance + Inversion (Yogkinesis)
A medium placed Yogkinesis™ class designed to open and create balance in a functional mayo-fascial sling of your body.
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Balance + Inversion (Yogkinesis)

MAY ATTEND ANY OF THE CLASSES BELOW (2-3 times/month) 

Total Body (Reformer)
A complete and balanced class to enjoy your workout while uniformly developing or toning the muscles all over the body.
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Total Body (Reformer)
Core Recovery (Reformer)
While most sports and exercise routines involve training large and aesthetically visible muscles, the core recovery class targets deep muscles around the joints and uniformly develops the abdominal muscles that naturally support your joints and posture.
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Core Recovery (Reformer)
Spine Flow (Yogkinesis)
A dynamic Yogkinesis™ class designed to open and create balance in spiral, deep front and functional mayo-fascial slings of your body.
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Spine Flow (Yogkinesis)
Ultimate Body (Reformer)
A fun and challenging pilates repertoire that introduces complex movements to enhance total body integration and neuromuscular co-ordination.
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Ultimate Body (Reformer)