Pilates Fisios®
Metodo Silvia Raneri


Pilates Fisios® is a technique that corrects bad posture, restores physical vitality, invigorates the mind and elevates the spirit. By adhering to its fundamental principles and using the equipment and mat exercises, the body and the mind is trained by coordinating the superficial and the deep musculature with the core of the body.



Pilates Fisios® can be practiced by anyone of any age as a rehabilitation treatment and as maintenance treatment to decrease the risk of recurrence. It is particularly beneficial in the following cases:

  • Postural modification, scoliosis, sciatica, lower back pain, disc herniation and other spinal disorders
  • Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, hemiplegia, head injuries, paraplegia
  • Fibromyalgia, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, periarthritis
  • Post oncological, cardiac or pulmonary surgery
  • Functional rehabilitation of hip, knee, shoulder etc., even after ligament reconstruction surgery and/or prosthesis
  • To improve control of the pelvic floor and enhance continence for both men and women
  • During and after pregnancy to regain general fitness
  • In geriatrics to compensate for lack of movement and improve self-efficacy
  • For athletes (golf, tennis, surfing, horseback riding, cycling, football, etc.) to improve sports performance, physical appearance and reduce the risk of injury



Pilates Fisios® is based on six principles:

  1. Core Stability and Motor Functionality. Core comprises the lumbar spine, the pelvic girdle and the specific musculature that contributes to the maintenance of stability.
  2. Conscious Breathing. Smooth and full breathing is an integral part of each exercise. According to Pilates “above all, learn how to breathe correctly”. In addition, good breathing oxygenates the blood and improves circulation.
  3. Accuracy and Alignment. Correct postural alignment during each movement greatly enhances the efficiency of the movement itself and corrects imbalances.
  4. Concentration. It is required to focus on all parts of the body, in order to control posture during exercise.
  5. Motor Control through a conscious approach. Good control of the body protects against injuries and accidents. Control is practised and developed gradually.
  6. Flow and Coordination. The full integration of the above principles while exercising will give you a feeling of ease and lightness while performing any movement.