How to improve posture: begin creating better alignment via Pilates, your posture corrector program. Why improving posture matters in fitness and daily habits which can lead to greater flexibility and resilience.
We often don’t give much thought to our feet. But the feet are the foundation of our bodies, and it’s never too late to strengthen them. Create better awareness and increase agility, for active agers from all walks of life!
You should never be in pain during your session – and in Pilates, we don’t encourage you to “work through” or “push through” pain. You might think that “toughing it out” is the way to go. Peek inside a session, and get the tips on how to make the most of the appointment time with your teacher. And, some easy-to-do re-energizing Pilates exercises to offset stress.
Foot Problems = Whole Body Problems When your feet become weak or unbalanced, you may feel pain in them. However, weak and misaligned feet can cause pain to manifest in your ankles, legs, hips, and back. The good news is that there is a solution!
We have more in common with plants than you might think. Humans thrive when properly hydrated and cared for, and we even get our energy from the sun. So, when the winter season brings decreased daylight hours, many people start to feel tired, moody, and not at all like themselves. While a little dip in energy may be normal, if your symptoms start to impact your life, you may actually be suffering from seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Combat the winter blues and get yourself back on track with some simple, smart wellness tips.
Believe it or not, we Pilates teachers can also fall into the rut of the day-to-day. How can that be? Of course it’s our job as teachers to focus on our students. But then, just like you – it’s so important to dedicate time for reviving ourselves. Finding time for the things that “fill our cup” personally.
Join us for the next upcoming Pilates for Life Workshops! This video features selected hip and shoulder exercise previews from the classes. Get further with your Pilates practice by taking the simple steps everyday to open up the tight areas of your body so that you can access greater core strength.