Pilates is amazingly useful for your clients with Parkinson’s disease or other neurological disorders.  This is where the Mind/Body connection can really be used to your client’s advantage.  Knowing how to cater to special populations is good for your clients, and for your business!

We hope you found this helpful. Tell us your thoughts below!

Leave A Reply (7 comments So Far)

Please - comments only. All Pilates questions should be asked in the Forum. All support questions should be asked at Support.

You must be logged in to post a comment.

  1. My-Hanh_723

    Great video. I find this to be very helpful for clients with neurological disorders. Thank you for the GREAT tip!!

  2. Angelo

    Glad you found it helpful!

  3. Margaret_114

    Thank you. Excellent presentation on how work with clients with neurological challenges.


  4. ClaireVogt

    Another wonderful video by Fusion! Thank you!

  5. Anna_622

    This was very helpful.

  6. Laura_476

    Thank you. I especially appreciated your mentioning the importance of ” visual cues”. This is a subtle and often overlooked factor when using equipment.

  7. Casey

    Hi guys!

    I am so happy that you found this information useful! I have to say that lately I have being experiencing an influx of clients with varied neurological disorders, from brain injuries to dementia. This work constantly pushes my limits of how I look at the body, and the work on a daily basis. These clients are now my movement muses! I am reminded everyday how truly amazing the human body is, and that when one “area” of the body is in slumber mode, other strengths will surface! Play to these strengths so you can help your clients find movement awakening. This builds confidence that was once thought to be lost. That is where we can really positively effect our clients lives… not in regaining full movement control, (although we help that too!) but in helping them to feel comfortable and confident in their own skin so they can live life in a full capacity!