Pilates For Pain

So many people are under the impression people only use Pilates for pain. The fact is yes, Pilates is an effective way to help with pain and discomfort around joints and muscles. However, Pilates teachers are not doctors or medical professionals - unless of course they're qualified. I have helped train Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Massage therapists […]

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Our Inner Eco-System

Our Inner Eco-System includes about 22,000 human genes - it also hosts as many as 3.3 million microbial genes a staggering 150 times more genes than our own genome. These bugs and bacteria work together with our cells and tissues, in fact our Inner Eco-system directly influences every major body system: 70% of our entire […]

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Continuing Pilates Education

Becoming a great Pilates teacher is about developing intuition and observations skills to help clients get best results.

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Menopause? What is it? It's Personal From the Greek translating to - monthly pause Menopause naturally occurs for every woman around age 51 although some experience it earlier. It's the cessation of monthly menstruation for 12 months. This happens when your ovaries stop producing eggs and as a result levels of hormones Oestrogen and Progesterone […]

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After years of teaching Pilates the most common problems I see is poor posture and in particular round shoulders. My clients are concerned about their posture and ask me, "How can I fix round shoulders". Using computers and mobile phones encourages poor posture. Chest muscles become strong, and back muscles become weak, pushing your head […]

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Pilates for Osteoporosis

Why Pilates for Osteoporosis?  As we age it's increasingly important to pay attention to our lifestyle and age-related illness and disease.  Osteoporosis is a significant problem for a large portion of the population.  75 million men and women age 50 and older in Europe, the USA, and Japan has osteoporosis or its precursor, osteopenia. So […]

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Changing Habits

 At certain times of year we feel the need for Making Changes.  About our health, our job or simply how to make our lives less complicated, or more structured.

Making changes of any type, large of small follows a certain pattern.

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So you've heard about Pilates, or you've seen posters, you might have passed by my studio in La Grade Freinet or other studios where you live and wondered what it's about and if the hype is true.  You wonder "What are the benefits of Pilates for you"? I've been a student, teacher, and teacher trainer […]

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Pilates For Golfers

Why Pilates For Golfers? Golf is a mind & body sport.  Concentration, strength, flexibility, mobility, and power are all essential components.  The stress on the spine and supporting structure are huge.  When the body is out of balance the risk of injury intensifies. Pilates for Golfers is the answer. The Mechanics of Your Golf Swing […]

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Pilates For Pregnancy

Is It Safe? It's an important question. Is Pilates For Pregnancy Safe?  It's been proven, ladies who exercise during pregnancy are more likely to have a calmer delivery.  Pilates during pregnancy is the perfect low-impact exercise programme. What are the Benefits of Pilates For Pregnancy? Pilates targets the areas most affected during pregnancy - posture, […]

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