Alicia Jamous - Physiotherapist & Physiolates Instructor

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I qualified as a physiotherapist a number of years ago now with a Doctorate in Physiotherapy from Boston, Massachusetts in the USA. Love brought me to Manchester from the US, and I have been happily settled in the UK since!

I have great passion for Pilates because of the amazing effect it has on your body. I feel great energy after a good session and I really enjoy meeting the wonderful people at my classes! I cater for all abilities - from people who have never exercised before to elite athletes.

If you can’t find me at work you can find me out on a run, hanging out with family/friends or looking up her next beach holiday spot (or at a Pilates class of course!)

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Book Online or for more information call us on 0330 088 5778 or email office@physiolates.org.uk

Alicia's Blog Posts

Pilates for those with Chronic Pain / Fibromyalgia

Do you suffer with chronic pain?  Have you been suffering for years and feel like you’re not able to exercise/perform your activities of daily living like you used to?  Chronic pain can be a very debilitating, demoralizing and stressful.  Research has shown that moderate exercise actually HELPS people that suffer with chronic pain.  It has […]

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Top 5 Exercises to Improve your Glut Strength

What is a gluteal muscle Glut this glut that, but what is a gluteal muscle?  Often people throw out the muscle glut but don’t necessarily even know what they mean, where it is or even how to strengthen it.  There are three gluteal muscles in the body.  Gluteus maximus, often referred to our bottom muscle; […]

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Pilates for Climbers

Do you enjoy wall climbing?!  Have you always found joy in getting to the top of those coloured indoor rock climbing walls or do you enjoy the outdoors and climbing out in nature?  Do you enjoy a challenge and always strive to tackle the next hardest wall?  Have you been struggling recently or are you […]

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Pilates for the Office Worker

Do you work 9-5 (or even longer!) behind a computer?  Do you find after a long day’s work you have sore shoulders, tight muscles and a heavy neck?  Has posture been something you have struggled with at work for years?  Pilates may be just what you need to help rid of those aches and pains […]

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Who Is Suitable for Pilates

Pilates has something to offer people of all ages and levels of ability and fitness, from beginners to elite athletes.  From the young to the not so young and everybody in between. Pilates can be used to provide support for beginners and people with certain medical conditions, as well as provide more specific resistance for […]

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Pilates and Pregnancy

“A match made in heaven”– Anonymous “The ultimate dream team”– Also Anonymous “It’s alright, I guess”– Anonymous Pregnant Lady These many famous things have been said about the relationship enjoyed by pregnancy and Pilates, and all of them are made up. They are very well suited, though, with Pilates helping to prevent and treat many […]

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Pilates for Athletic Performance

No Men Allowed? I think that as a rule of thumb, most blokes are put off the idea of taking up a form of exercise like Pilates, dismissing it as being an airy-fairy, and that it’s mostly women who do it. They don’t feel as though it would be enough of a challenge for them, […]

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Common Pilates Mistakes to Avoid

Pilates is a great form of exercise that people from all walks of life and of all skills levels can take part in, and it not only helps to keep you fit, it also helps prevent injuries and help recovery following them. However, as with all forms of exercise, technique is crucial. Technique can mean […]

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The Best Pilates Exercises to Improve Your Flexibility

Welcome back for part 2 of our ‘best of’ Pilates exercise lists, where we recommend our top 5 exercises for specific problems. We’ve already covered posture and strength, and this time round we’ll be covering flexibility and stability.Tight muscles and joints become sore and painful muscles and joints much more easily than flexible ones, and […]

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Pilates for Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain is a huge problem worldwide, and is the single biggest cause for people taking time off work each year, causing businesses around the world billions of pounds. For physiotherapists, patient’s with pain in their lower backs should be our bread and butter, but it’s also a bit of a minefield. There are […]

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