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Studio 3 Pilates & Movement

905 W. Eisenhower Circle Suite 108, Ann Arbor, MI 48103

(734) 222-9740

Our Specialties

Pilates

Pilates is a method of body conditioning that develops all aspects of physical fitness: strength, flexibility, coordination, agility, and endurance, according to the principles established by Joseph Pilates.  It is a mind-body system that bridges from rehabilitation to healthy movement in everyday life.  It is beneficial to people with restricted movement, elite athletes, children, the elderly - anyone and everyone who wants to function at an optimal level, pain free.

 

Fascial Stretch Therapy

Fascia is connective tissue, the most prevalent tissue in the body. It covers all organs and body systems.  Fascial Stretch Therapy is an assisted stretching technique that lengthens, re-aligns, and ore-organizes fascia, increases joint space, improves muscle activation and relaxation, and improves flexibility, to promote the health of all body systems.  It is pain free.  It is anti-aging.  The results include improved posture and function, restoration of normal joint space, enhanced sport performance and reduced injuries.

Suspension Therapy

A system of movement with specially designed equipment.

This suspension exercise is a form of muscle activation that uses elastic cords to allow users to work against their own body weight. The elastic based cords absorb excess force and promotes muscular and movement symmetry. Visual and vestibular systems are challenged to enhance movement.

Z-Health

January 01, 2020

Z-Health is an integrated program of movement that targets the nervous system to decrease poor movement patterns.  The approach improves various aspects of your life, from pain relief to injury prevention, improved coordination of dysfunctional movement, and improved athletic performance

The nervous system is challenged by addressing and exercising three key components that govern how well you move:

  1. Your Eyes (Visual System)

  2. Your Inner Ear (Vestibular System)

  3. Your Neural Movement Map (Proprioceptive)

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