At the Ludgate Clinic we specialise in Dynamic Flow, a movement based form of yoga involving a series of postures synchronised with breathing.
We run 1-to-1 classes for patients requiring injury rehabilitation and for those who want to improve their general flexibility, postural awareness, core stability, breathing and relaxation in order to keep fit, toned and supple.
Our classes offer a customised and targeted approach for all levels as well as enabling beginners to have the confidence to go on to join group classes.
We also offer client-site group classes for up to 12 people.
What we treat:
Dynamic Flow is a form of rehabilitation beneficial for overall wellbeing as well as aiding the recovery and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries including:
Back pain – Neck pain – Muscle, tendon and ligament sprains / tears – Hip pain – Knee pain – Foot and ankle pain – Shoulder pain – Tennis elbow – Golfers elbow – Carpel tunnel – Sports injuries – Running injuries – Cycling injuries – Disc prolapse – Trapped nerves – Sciatica – Arthritis – Head aches – Pre/post natal care – Pre/post surgical rehabilitation – Repetitive strain injuries.
Molina Marshall MSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, Personal trainer and Qualified Yoga instructor.
Physiotherapist with Barnet Rugby club.
Molina has a specialist interest in the rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries through strength and conditioning training, balance and flexibility exercise and dynamic Yoga.
Governing bodies: Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the Health Professions Council.
As a physiotherapist Molina is registered with health insurance providers including AXAPPP, Cigna and Simply Health.
Initial consultation: £60 (45mins)
Follow up appointment: £52 (45mins)
Block book: 3 classes for £144
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Frequently asked questions
Is Yoga right for me
Yoga is a form of exercise used to improve posture, strength, flexibility, balance and breathing. It is also a form of physical therapy used in injury rehabilitation and pre/post natal care. Please call us and arrange to speak to a member of the team if you are unsure if Pilates would be right for you.
What is the difference between Yoga and Pilates?
Both yoga and Pilates emphasise the importance of strength, flexibility, breathing, balance, core stability and postural awareness and at the Ludgate Clinic we believe in a combination of both. The two main differences are the breathing technique and that in Pilates as well as mat-work we also use equipment such as the Reformer. In Pilates the active phase of the breath occurs during exhalation by pulling the navel into the spine, in yoga however the muscles surrounding the lungs are active throughout inhalation and passive during exhalation.
What should I wear?
As dynamic flow yoga involves dynamic strength and flexibility exercise please bring loose clothing to change into.