Posts Tagged ‘healing’
Are You Comfortable In Your Own Skin?
We wear clothes that make us feel attractive, confident, and comfortable…or not. We have stretchy and loose, or tight and restricting clothing…the later sometimes requires uncomfortable cute shoes. You probably wouldn’t want to go for a run or have a Pilates workout in the tight uncomfortable clothes because they would restrict movement. Being comfortable in your…Read More
Pilates Consumers: Why Performance Pilates?
A blog by Performance Pilates Co-Owner, Cody Robbins You get a team of qualified instructors with combined 40+ years of experience Personal attention Small equipment classes Mat classes Private sessions Classes are approximately an hour long. Correction with direction. We make sure you are doing the exercises correctly and safely for your body. A fascial…Read More
Performance Pilates “After Class”
Performance Pilates clients are here for many different reasons, here are just a few. See what people are saying after Pilates class!Read More
Besides core strength & a flat stomach, flexibility, improved spinal health, reduced back pain & better posture, better balance & control, a better golf game or performance in any sport, improved endurance, and enhanced general well being…Pilates keeps you young, makes you physically and emotionally strong, gives you the ability to handle whatever life throws…Read More
Pilates: Could It Be The Fountain Of Youth?
[slideshow_deploy id=’557′] It is often assumed that Pilates is for dancers, models and athletes…and it is. However, Pilates exercise is for EVERYONE. Including our senior citizens who refuse to grow old! We have an amazing group of ladies in our studio that are in their 60’s, and 70’s. These ladies are doing intermediate Classical Pilates…Read More
Why Pilates? Movement Heals!
While any form of exercise or movement is good for you the Pilates method not only makes you look and feel good, but also has a healing effect on the body. Pain and stiffness in the body, whether it’s from overuse in sports or in the garden, an imbalance or injury…Or from being stationary at…Read More