BASI Pilates

BASI stands for Body Arts and Science International. BASI Pilates is based on the classical repertoire of Joseph and Clara Pilates’ fitness system to alleviate ill health.

What makes BASI Pilates different than other Pilates methods?

BASI incorporates contemporary experience and scientific knowledge to expand upon the work and intentions of the original creator of Pilates, Joseph Pilates.

What are the benefits of incorporating BASI methods into therapeutic programs?

The utilization of the BASI Pilates method into a therapeutic rehab program allows patients to learn the art of controlled movements to improve flexibility, strength and endurance. Pilates emphasizes breath, alignment, strength (abdominals, pelvic floor, hips, lower back and shoulder girdle), coordination and balance as necessary to improve overall stability, fitness and quality of life. Your BASI trained physical therapist will design a program with a unique set of exercises geared to optimally treat your specific symptoms and achieve your individualized goals.



Monday – Friday Appointment
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed


(773) 516-4146


4636 N Ravenswood Ave #101
Chicago, Illinois 60640 


Stacey is the BEST physical therapist and seeing her for my numerous pains is exactly what I needed. She has done so much to correct my posture, strengthen my back muscles and even correct the curvature in my spine. I know now that much of the pain I am experiencing is from accidents and injuries I had growing up, which have not come to the surface until now. What a blessing to have found Stacey and to be seeing her.


Stacey is the very best at what she does. My neighbor referred her, and I thank her for the referral any’ chance I get. Stacey is professional, knowledgeable and is devoted to fixing what is wrong and taking away the pain! She is compassionate, yet not afraid to push her patients to reach their full potential. Her goal is to make her patients whole and to allow them to resume their normal life. She succeeds, and I highly endorse her.


I was originally recommended to see Stacey for my shoulder after rotator cuff surgery. The shoulder was very painful and did not seem to heal correctly. I had better movement, but there was still a lot of pain despite getting several injections after the surgery. Turns out that I needed to have a second surgery to release the nerve which Stacey suspected.

After healing from the second surgery, 6 months later, I had extensive abdominal surgery which seemed to worsen my back and hip pain post surgery. So, I went back to Stacey to get some relief.


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