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The Sogunro Practice

We’re a dedicated musculoskeletal therapy and pilates-based exercise centre providing assessment, treatment, functional exercise, plus some great practical advice.

Our aim is to make you feel better and to keep you moving.

We are well aware that for some people this can appear an intimidating environment to enter, so we want to reassure newcomers. You will feel at ease here. It is not a competitive environment and we will ensure you only work to a level you feel comfortable with. Don’t feel anxious about coming along.

 

Our two key services are Applied Pilates and Osteolates.

Applied Pilates is our unique form of pilates based exercise. It’s derived from a scientific and clinical approach, and has been developed by us to promote functional strength, flexibility and stability, and is our proven technique for injury and pain management. Click here to find out more

Osteolates provides assessment of musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction, a range of treatment therapies for acute and chronic conditions, plus rehabilitation exercise and practical advice to speed up your recovery. Click here to find out more


Who do we help?

Our clients range from 8 to 85 years of age, they’re at all levels of physical fitness, and come to us from all walks of life. What they do have in common is that they all want to maintain, improve or restore whatever functional level they require, whether it’s to be able to perform everyday activities, or to do their job, enjoy their favourite pastime, or to play recreational or elite sport.

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 How do we help?

These are some examples of the kinds of things our clients ask us to help them with.
– Improve posture, strength, toning, stability, flexibility, bone density
– Manage musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction, from long-term pain to recent injuries
– Rehabilitate sports injuries from recreational through to elite level
– Provide pre-operative exercise therapy and post-operative rehabilitation
– Work with specialist conditions such as connective tissue disorders