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Avoid the Cliche and Embrace the Good Weather

by Peak Pilates Next Generation | December 28, 2017 | Uncategorized
Coming from Scotland, the New Year typically marks the time where everyone attempts to start a new and try and shed those winter pounds from the previous month or twelve of indulgence. Ultimately the only people happy are the gym owners who are inundated with new...

Jaw Pain and Other Problems it Might Bring

by Peak Pilates Next Generation | December 17, 2017 | Uncategorized
Temporomandibular disorder (TMD) is a joint disorder that primarily affects the jaw bone. This condition hinders general mobility of the jaw plus activities such as chewing, yawning, singing among others.  Studies indicate that close to 30% of the world’s...

Knowing Your Limits

by Peak Pilates Next Generation | December 4, 2017 | Uncategorized
With summer approaching, everyone is working hard to get that dream summer body. But is your body really coping with the amount of strain you’re putting it through? We all like to think we’re invincible, but sometimes we need to pay a little bit more attention...

Running Injury Prevention:  Exercises

by Peak Pilates Next Generation | November 26, 2017 | Uncategorized
As the beautiful Kiwi summer starts to get into gear, so to do many of our city’s runners, kick-starting their summer fitness drive. Unfortunately, as we begin to increase our training load, we also expose ourselves to greater risk of injury. Quite often at this...

A Brudder from Anudder Mudder!

by Peak Pilates Next Generation | November 9, 2017 | Uncategorized
What does running 18km through mud and jumping over obstacles whilst getting shocked with electricity have in common with Pilates? As it would have it…not a huge amount, but they do, believe it or not, complement one another. This Saturday I will be taking part in...

Different Strokes for Different Folks

by Peak Pilates Next Generation | November 5, 2017 | Uncategorized
As a private practice musculoskeletal physiotherapist, I rarely get the opportunity to work with neurorehabilitation patients – such as people who have had a traumatic brain injury or stroke. So, when I had a 72-year-old man come in to see me 7 years after his...