What’s that study REALLY say? How to decode research, according to science nerds:

What’s that study REALLY say? How to decode research, according to science nerds:

By Brian St. Pierre, M.S., RD, CSCS and Helen Kollias, Ph.D. Academic studies aren’t going to top any “best summer reads” lists: They can be complicated, confusing, and well, pretty boring. But learning to read scientific research can help you answer important client...
POWERFUL PROMOTING

POWERFUL PROMOTING

Pilates Marketeer Powerful Promoting: How to Entice Clients to Participate In New Programs by Dana Auriemma One of the largest and most important parts of building a successful fitness studio is offering new programs. New programs include new services, events or...
MOTR™

MOTR™

Cardio, Balance, Core and much more. What do you want to work on today? Combine Balanced Body Movement Principles, the power of aerobic conditioning and the balance and release exercises of a foam roller in this inspiring workshop. MOTR is a small, affordable piece of...
Pilates: Effective For Injury Rehabilitation

Pilates: Effective For Injury Rehabilitation

by Ken Endelman Most people all over North America are familiar with Pilates – it is still is one of the fastest growing exercises in the world. And millions more have experienced the physical fitness benefits of added strength, length, and agility that it...
Real People, Real Pilates, Real Stories

Real People, Real Pilates, Real Stories

Annie Stafford | Charlottesville, VA Two years ago I went to my doctor for a general check-up and discovered something surprising – I was a half inch taller than I used to be. Maybe not too amazing for a teenager, but pretty incredible for a then 57-year-old...
Dave Kirschner Studio City, CA

Dave Kirschner Studio City, CA

For me Pilates started out of necessity, namely two herniated disks in my lower back. I’ve been athletic all my life, eventually getting involved with cheerleading. In fact, I now own a cheerleading training and consulting company that works with high school and...
Pilates for Fibromyalgia

Pilates for Fibromyalgia

By Gabrielle Shirer As originally seen in the Fall 2006 edition of the Pilates Coreterly According to the National Fibromyalgia Association, Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS) is an increasingly recognized chronic pain illness characterized by widespread musculoskeletal...
Pilates for People with Parkinson’s Disease

Pilates for People with Parkinson’s Disease

By Lindy Royer and Kriste Waldmann As seen in the Balanced Body Summer 2007 Pilates COREterly According to the National Parkinson Foundation (Parkinson.org), Parkinson’s disease (PD) is the most common neurodegenerative disease after Alzheimer’s. PD affects both men...