The psoas (pronounced so-az, is a deep muscle that’s part of our core) intricately webs our structural biomechanics and our emotions to form one heck of a powerful piece in our beautiful machine we call the human body.Read More
Adding Pilates to sports training helps the body learn to execute moves not only automatically, but with proper biomechanics. Using the core and deeper intrinsic muscles to move the arms and legs can prevent injuries.Read More
Build your brand and stick to it. There will be days when you want to give in, when you start to second guess yourself and wonder if you went about it all wrong. Stick to what you know, your main reason for starting and don’t add what the business around the corner is adding just to compete with them. Instead, be better at what you know, continuously learn about your trade and become the expert you need to be for the best outcome for your clients.
Pilates conditions your entire body relying on a set of exercises designed to strengthen your core, i.e., muscles of the stomach and back. Since people with osteoporosis have weakened bones, Pilates exercises can help strengthen and rebuild bone.Read More
Pilates improves flexibility, agility and range of motion, and is a safe form of movement making it optimal for snowboarders and skiers as a form of exercise to do all year round to get ready for the slopes when winter time hits.Read More
The optimal and most efficient way to work your body – spine and pelvis is in neutral. If your pelvis is neutral it allows your spine to be neutral, in its natural form. We need to develop muscle strength around our bones to maintain the alignment of our bodies and thus prevent collapsing or degenerating over time. The “neutral” in that sense would be vital as we want to be strong and keep our bones in correct alignment. When you start to build the muscles and the bones aren’t in alignment, you are building a body where you may start to see deficiencies.Read More