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.
Change this one thing and make a massive impact to your workouts, and your overall health! We tend to focus on the outward benefits to our physical body, but so much more is going on underneath the surface! How can we balance our internal environment?
You’ve heard all the buzz, and you are excited to start doing Pilates! You want to get going to “play” on that new contraption you’ve heard about – the Reformer! Many clients come to us with the desire to join a Group Reformer class immediately. And I completely understand why! Here are 3 things you should know before joining a Group Reformer class
Let’s take a “peek” inside a Pilates session, and give you tips on how to make the most of the appointment time with your teacher. Our job as Pilates teachers is to help you get moving in all the ways you want to keep living and enjoying life to its fullest. You should never be in pain during your session – and in Pilates, we do not “work through pain.” You might think that “toughing it out” is the way to go. But quite honestly,
Why do Pilates Private Training? And why we do we recommend private training as the first step? I thought I’d take a moment to cover a few key reasons that’ll help you figure out if Private sessions are for you! Here are some common reasons expressed from our clients: