Pilates services offered in Stamford, CT and Rye, NY


Pilates services offered in Stamford, CT and Rye, NY

If you’re stressed, in pain, want to increase strength and flexibility, or desire a leaner figure, turn to High Quality Home Therapy in Stamford, Connecticut, & Rye, New York, which also offers in-home services to patients throughout Connecticut and New York. Caryn McAllister, PT, DPT, and her exceptional team offer Pilates workouts for people of all ages. Schedule an in-person, home-based, or telehealth appointment by phone or request one online today

Pilates Q&A

What is Pilates?

Pilates is a functional workout that focuses on core development. High Quality Home Therapy offers one-on-one and group Pilates therapy sessions.

The Pilates instructors, occupational and physical therapists, exercise physiologists, and trainers use CoreAlign®, Balanced Body Reformer, and Spine Corrector equipment to optimize your fitness and well-being. As skilled experts, they also incorporate Pilates mat exercises and principles into therapy sessions.

What are the benefits of Pilates?

Pilates at High Quality Home Therapy provides the following health and wellness benefits:

  • Increased strength
  • Improved flexibility 
  • Better balance
  • Less stress
  • Improved physical and mental well-being
  • Leaner appearance
  • Better posture
  • Improved coordination
  • Optimal athletic performance 
  • Faster recovery after an injury 
  • Improved core strength and control
  • Agile spine
  • Reduced physical limitations
  • Faster healing 

Pilates increases muscle definition and may help you look taller by elongating targeted muscle fibers. 

The High Quality Home Therapy experts tailor each Pilates therapy session based on your unique goals. They alter workouts from session to session as needed to achieve exceptional results.

Which type of Pilates is best for me?

Anyone can take advantage of Pilates therapy at High Quality Home Therapy. To determine which exercises are best for you, the therapy team evaluates your medical history and overall health. They may complete a physical exam and ask about past injuries, medical diagnoses, medications, symptoms, or mobility issues before personalizing your Pilates therapy plan. 

Pilates can help with the following:

  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Joint pain
  • Pre- and post-knee or hip replacement surgery
  • Pre- and post-back surgery
  • Joint replacement 
  • Post-cancer treatment
  • Neurological conditions
  • Menopause symptoms 
  • Hypermobility
  • Sports injuries
  • Back and knee injuries 
  • Shoulder and neck injuries
  • Chronic pain
  • Chronic illnesses 
  • Swimming-related injuries

High Quality Home Therapy also offers Pilates for pre- and post-natal women. The practice provides core conditioning, reeducation, and sport-specific technique coaching. 

What can I expect during Pilates sessions?

You can complete Pilates during private one-on-one lessons with your therapist or participate in group Pilates training sessions. Each session might last 30-60 minutes. During Pilates training, you complete various stretches and strengthening exercises that optimize your physical and mental well-being. 

You might complete Pilates weekly, several times weekly, or most days of the week, depending on your schedule and individualized needs. 

Schedule a Pilates session at High Quality Home Therapy by calling the office or scheduling an appointment online today. Telehealth and home-based appointments are also available.