The Secret To Staying Young, Active And Mobile Even In Your 60’s And 70’s!

Got something you’re going to enjoy today…

(Be sure to read the P.S section too… you won’t want to skip that part!)

So anyway, did you know that research shows that regular Pilates can ward off aches and pains, help us stay sharp, active and vibrant well into our 60’s, 70’s and beyond?

Now I don’t know what your thoughts are on Pilates… You might think they’re a ‘fad’, for the young and bendy, and maybe something aimed purely at ‘women’…

Well, that’s definitely not the case!

The thing is Pilates is for absolutely ANYONE.

Regardless of age, fitness ability and even gender – anyone can do it, and I strongly urge you to as well!

A few months ago I remember recommending one of my patients Steve, 61, of Arvada to take up the activities himself to help with his lower back pain…

And you know what, Steve has gone to Pilates twice a week, every week since!

So, let me tell you why you should consider doing these activities too, and then maybe like my patient Steve, you can also ease your back pain, or even reduce the risk of it from creeping up on you…

Pilates is a simple yet effective exercise routines that can be done by anyone, at any age. And with our guidance, it’s safe for even those dealing with nagging aches or pains.

And the best thing?…

Pilates is low impact and isn’t designed to be ‘strenuous’, which means you can do them at your own pace without breaking a sweat. However, IT WILL challenge your body in ways you’ve never imagined, perfect for keeping your joints moving and free from pain.

As well as also being a great stress reliever, these exercises will help you to build flexibility and strength at the same time, strengthening your core – which is essential to holding on to good posture as you get older.

Why don’t you give it a go?… It may seem a bit strange at first if you’ve never tried these types of exercises before… but for most people who do it (and just like my patient Steve), after they’ve done it for 6 weeks, they’re hooked, and it becomes a real healthy habit that you can easily stick to.

And well, when it’s the best way to slow down the effects of aging, like stiffness and pain, why would you not give it a try?? 

All you have to do is show up at a class with a group of other people just like you, and follow the instructor who will make sure you NEVER feel lost. There aren’t many people who won’t benefit from having a go at it.

P.S If you’re interested in making this a healthy habit, our awesome Pilates instructor holds an amazing class each week.

It’s extremely popular with plenty of people just like you attending to live with less back pain, less stiffness, to move easier and to simply feel GREAT inside and out.

So, if you’d like to come along email Masha directly: and we’ll save you a Pilates mat 🙂

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About The Author

Casey Murphy

Dr. Casey Murphy is the Founder of Wheat Ridge’s Leading Specialist Physical Therapy Practice for People in their 30’s, 40’s and 50’s+, who want to keep healthy and active. You may know of Casey for her ability to keep people free from painkillers, injections, and surgery. Her mission is to keep people from being sidelined from life and get them back to doing the things they love. Dr. Murphy is also certified in Pilates and teaches rehab Pilates classes as well as utilizes her training to assist in recovery and regaining motor control and stability.