Athletic & Golf Conditionin

·              Golf Conditioning

·              Pilates for Golf, Level 1

·              Pilates for Golf, Level 2

·              Pilates for Golf, Level 1 & 2

·              Golf Conditioning on the Reformer

·              Golf Conditioning on the V2 Max Plus Reformer

·              Athletic Conditioning on the Stability Chair, Level

·              Pilates for improved performance-

  • Whether twisting the body on a drive, squatting down to measure a putt or leaning over to pick up a ball, golfers are constantly rotating their bodies. Golf also requires repeating the same essential movements. As a result some muscles become overused and others weaken, causing an imbalance.For a golfer, muscle imbalances can affect the legs, hips, arms, shoulders, and the lower back. It can also affect your game, particularly for those over the age of 50. Your drives may be shorter and less accurate, your stamina may decrease, and the potential for debilitating strains, pulls and tears becomes much higher.Many golfers – from weekend warriors to the game’s elite like Tiger Woods and Annika Sorenstam – are now turning to Pilates as an essential training tool that keeps the body in balance and actually improves performance.

Why Pilates:

Pilates is based on movement from the centre of the body, as are most shots in golf. It strengthens the centre of the body, also known as the core (the trunk, shoulder girdles and pelvis). Core strength can improve hip rotation, range of motion in the shoulders and back stability, leading to more powerful and accurate golf shots. It is also a full body exercise that works all muscles and is easy on the joints. The end result is a flexible, symmetrically muscled body that is strengthened from the inside out.


Build up the back muscles evenly

Elongate and align the spine for better stability

Strengthen the abdominals

Increase overall flexibility, strength, and balance

Increase range of motion in hips and shoulders

Enhance concentration through focused breathing

Performance Benefits

Benefits of a stable core in Golf


Attain an optimal backswing and follow-through with increased range of motion in shoulders
Get more distance and power because of added hip and torso flexibility
Create a smoother and more powerful swing due to evenly conditioned back muscles
Maximize balance and alignment while rotating
Decrease fatigue because of less strain on the body
Hold a body position long enough to play through a shot
Play without pain!


To increase the rotation of the spine

To stretch the mid and upper back

To increase the mobility of the shoulder blades

To teach pelvic stability