With 10 years experience in Sports Rehabilitation, Sarah can provide safe and effective Pilates exercises to clients whatever their needs.
Clinical Pilates allows for all poses to be modified to suit you. Everyone is different, joint movement can vary and muscle length will change from person to person so it is unreasonable to expect everyone to do the same exercise all the time. Sarah will show you the most appropriate version of the exercise for your needs.
Sarah is a graduate Sports Rehabilitator and specialises in musculoskeletal conditions and uses this to her advantage when delivering Pilates classes.
Calm Your Mind
Pilates not only helps improve your body, but also helps with mindfulness, relaxation and focus. It is important to take a break from daily life in order to focus on yourself and get clarity. Focusing on your breath during practice is key to staying in tune with your mind and body.
Sarah Hall is a Clinical Pilates Instructor and Sports Rehabilitator, she has been working in private practice for 10 years. Sarah graduated from the University of Salford in 2009 and since then has worked in private practice. During her career she has worked at numerous sporting events, has developed close links with a local Orthopeadic Consultant and won awards at the 2011 and 2012 Sefton Business Awards. During 2011 Sarah and some local doctors worked on a study about investigation into low back pain, she was asked to present this as a poster presentation in Denmark. A lot of Sarahs early years working was spent specialising and concentrating on low back pain, this is when she started to look more closely at the role of Pilates. Sarah started her training with the APPI (Australian Physiotherapy & Pilates Institute) in 2013 and since then has offered clinical Pilates classes in Southport. Work has slowed down significantly for Sarah since the birth of her first child in 2015 and she now works part time and fits her clinical work in around her two children.