Concentration in Pilates

Pilates is built on six principles that guide the execution and planning of programs, making Pilates a comprehensive practice. These principles are intertwined and work synergistically to provide the full benefits of Pilates. The six principles are control, centring, flow,…

Pilates for golf

How Regular Pilates, Including the Reformer, Can Improve Your Performance?  Golf is a sport that demands precision, flexibility, and strength. From driving off the tee to sinking putts on the green, every aspect of the game requires a finely tuned…

Scoliosis and Pilates

Scoliosis manifests as a lateral curved spine, often resembling an ‘S’ or ‘C’ curve, accompanied by vertebrae rotation that affects posture. This condition can pull the spine, hips, pelvis, and shoulders out of alignment, causing significant pain. In scoliosis, the…

Return to Pilates Postpartum

Returning to Pilates postpartum is a natural next step. After six weeks of a successful recovery and settling into a comfortable routine with your little one, the serene allure of the Pilates studio beckons you once again. Pregnancy brings about…

Wunda Chair Pilates

The Wunda Chair is a piece of equipment commonly used in Pilates workouts. It’s a versatile and compact apparatus that provides a wide range of exercises to strengthen and tone the muscles, improve balance, and enhance overall flexibility. It’s been…

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