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Begin the New Year with Pilates



We at Ballsbridge Physiotherapy Clinic wish you a happy and healthy 2016. Many of us will start the year with good intentions to eat a little less and exercise a little more. If you have had some issues with niggling aches and pains and are thinking of increasing your exercise levels why not contact us for an appointment so that you start on the right footing.



Our Pilates classes remain very popular with classes suitable for all levels from beginner through to advanced. Clinical Pilates classes led by Chartered Physiotherapists are particularly suitable for people who have had previous injuries. It’s aimed at improving your core strength and flexibility; giving you a strong base to play golf, run or do gardening. Many participants find it allows them to maintain their busy lifestyles without the aches and pains. See below for comments from some of those who attended in 2015:

“I absolutely love Pilates as I believe it helps hugely with my core body strength. I have suffered with arthritis in the past and since taking up Pilates a few years ago I have been able to return to golf and continue working. The classes at Ballsbridge Physiotherapy are small with attention to detail and individual needs” – Denise

“I had suffered from lower back pain and sciatica for nearly a year. I had disc surgery and started Pilates afterwards and since have been able to return to cycling and swimming pain free” – David

Don’t miss your chance to take part in our Pilates classes for 2016.

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Stay in Touch

Each week Niamh, a member of our staff, blogs on many different topics such as:

  • Pilates
  • Physiotherapy and Pilates
  • Sports Injuries

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Finally thanks to those who supported our designated charities during 2015. We had two very successful events in aid of ARC Cancer Support Services and Focus Ireland.