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Our aim at pilateslive.co.uk is to make you feel better and to improve your fitness in a way that is enjoyable. We understand that everyone has different levels of skill, tolerance and fitness. Please note:
- If you have any concerns about your physical condition, you must not participate with the classes or do any physical activities without first getting medical advice.
- You should not take part in any physical activity that you may not be fit for. You are responsible for monitoring your own condition during physical activity.
- You are responsible for monitoring your own physical condition. If you suffer any unusual symptoms or pain, you must immediately stop the activity and seek further medical advice.
Pregnancy guidelines – In the first trimester, all our classes should be suitable for an uncomplicated pregnancy. This is providing that you exercise pre-pregnancy and you have not been told of any pre-existing medical condition that may affect your ability to exercise safely. If you are unsure or have any additional concerns you should seek advice from a health professional before participating in any classes. After the first trimester certain exercises are not suitable in pregnancy therefore we do not recommend that you continue with the classes.
Post-natal classes – our online post-natal classes are suitable for women 8 weeks or more after a non-complicated vaginal delivery. If you had any complications in pregnancy or during or after the birth you should seek advice from a health professional before participating in any classes.
- Rectus diastasis is a condition of the abdominal muscles that can occur during or after pregnancy. If you notice a bulging in your abdominal muscles whilst doing any exercises we recommend that you stop the exercises immediately and seek further medical advice.
- Lumbar lordosis refers to the normal spinal curvature of the lumbar spine (lower back). Whilst doing Pilates we aim to maintain a ‘neutral’ spine position. If you are struggling to maintain your lumbar spine in a neutral position and/or experiencing pain during the exercises we recommend you reduce down a level or stop the exercises and seek advice from a health professional.
- pilateslive.co.uk do not accept liability for any damage to your property when participating in the classes.
- We do not accept liability for the injury or death of any particiant.
- We do not accept any liability to feedback or advice given through our online forums and comments.
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