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Tired of the Old Routine? Teach Out of Your Comfort Zone!


It is an age old saying that learning does not occur when we are too comfortable. To learn we need to be challenged, step out of our comfort zone and explore. As Pilates teachers we often push that edge with our clients...

 

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Member Spotlight: What do you wish more people knew about Pilates?


I wish that people knew that the Pilates method is an excellent tool to use for individuals with neurological conditions such as MS, Parkinson's and stroke. I have been a fitness trainer for over 30 years and a Pilates practitioner...

 

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Member Spotlight: What do you wish more people knew about Pilates?


What I wish more people knew about Pilates is that each apparatus is a specific tool to help with a specific issue in a specific situation. Joseph Pilates invented his apparatus with specific students in mind...

 

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Eight Ways to Make Your Classes a Refuge from Modern Life


Life today is full to say the least. We have so many opportunities and also so many responsibilities. One of the great things about a Pilates session is the chance we have to focus on ourselves and leave our responsibilities...

 

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5 Tips on How to Sell Pilates (to even the most skeptical clients)


Are you wondering how you can get more new clients through the door of your studio and onto your schedule? If so, you're not alone. Most Pilates teachers struggle with this from time to time in their careers...

 

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10 Steps to Success as a Workshop Presenter


Teaching workshops to your peers can be an exhilarating next step in your Pilates career, but it takes some preparation. If presenting is high on your list of #goals, read on to find out what skills you’ll need to build and 10 steps you can take to h

 

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Member Spotlight: What is your biggest Pilates accomplishment?


My biggest Pilates achievement is becoming a PMA Certified Pilates Teacher at age 60. They say that 50 is the new 40, but this wasn’t the case for me! When I turned 50, I began to notice signs of aging; stiffness, less flexibility, more...

 

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Member Spotlight: Why did you choose to study to become a Pilates teacher?


I chose to study to become a Pilates teacher when I understood, through ballet instruction at 21 years of age, that I could articulate my joints and use my myofascial system in so many more ways than I had throughout my youth...

 

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