An education to gain from Pilates what you will share with your clients. Benefit from the method and learn it so well that you can become extremely proficient at it. All of it. It is not easy, but it is very rewarding. If you learn it all in a friendly atmosphere with very capable trainers, all the better.
Blogs from our participants
Every now and then blogs are uploaded from Pilates trainers, Pilates fans and other bloggers about their daily activities or stuff that might interest our readers.
An overview of why metabolic health is a cornerstone of a well-functioning body and its’ connection to exercise.
orking out doesn’t have to mean being confined in a gym all week. As our article on Pilates Glossy shows, there are countless Pilates parties you can join; but that’s not all either. Around the world, there are numerous facilities and venues that let you see the world while giving your body and mind a break. For this reason, fitness retreats have become all the range — and it’s not just reserved for yogis. If you’re looking to travel while maintaining your Pilates practice, consider these retreats with a side of cultural activities.
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I know a teacher who loves all the latest Pilates Gizmos and gadgets. Her shelves are fit to burst with anything you can think of. Often we surround ourselves by an array of “ improve the…” and “release the…” Pilates equipment. There is no doubt that our love of “toys ” can bring great results […]
We all know about the original Principles of Pilates : Centring, Control, Coordination, Breath, Flow, and Precision. A concept that was originally introduced in the 80’s by Philip Friedman and Gail Eisen, authors of The Pilates Method of Physical and Mental Conditioning. A more popular version of the six principles is removing co-ordination and adding […]
I first came across the Wunda Chair back in 1989 and in all honesty I really was not that impressed. It looked rather archaic and shabby in comparison to the Reformer and the Cadillac with their mysterious springs and fuzzies. All the Chair had was a maroon leather seat that was rather over padded and […]
Pilates and Exercise Instructors always have mixed feelings when working with pregnant women. It can be a love, hate, OMG she said what (!!) kind of situation. But working with pregnant women doesn’t have to a stress. It can be a very rewarding addition to your client base. Yummy Mummy Syndrome is pushing more mums […]
There is a much loved piece of Pilates equipment called the Reformer or the Universal Reformer. This piece of equipment is known for universally reforming the body and was one of the first pieces that Joseph Pilates developed. It has changed greatly over the years as the popularity of Pilates has grown and manufacturers have […]
Battling My Internal Pilates Police “Lie down on the carriage with your arches on the bar a fist distance apart. Headrest is down. Roll your shoulders back and widen your collar bones. Take a couple of breaths and let your spine settle down onto the mat. When you are ready, peel your spine up off […]