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Building a Bridge to Healthcare Professionals How Do I Network with PTs and MDs?
I am frequently asked how I began building my relationships with the many healthcare professionals I am fortunate to share clients with. The truth is, it’s not easy. It takes work and above all, it takes CONSISTENCY.
Private Schooled: 4 Strategies to Evolve Pilates Clients from a Class Setting to Private Training
As Pilates teachers and enthusiasts, we naturally gravitate toward private sessions over group classes. We’ve seen the accelerated results first-hand and have observed the amazing impact this one-on-one approach can bring to our bodies and our lives.
Member Spotlight: By the end of next year what would you like to improve your ability to do?
By the end of 2020 I would like to improve my ability to do a full split. I was able to do a split when I was a kid, but alas, no more...
Member Spotlight: What is the best continuing education course you've ever taken?
The Kathy Stanford Grant Heritage Training! Kathy's work is supportive of teaching pilates to those with movement challenges, different abilities and high level movers...
How to Program for a Diverse Group Class
With more and more people desiring community and convenience, Pilates classes are becoming more popular. But how do you make sure that everyone has a good workout when there are advanced clients and new clients in the same class?
Member Spotlight: To enhance my skills as a Pilates teacher I would like to learn more about...
Being in this business for over 30 years ~ our clients are aging and some are starting to get dementia or such. And also, some have passed, which is extremely difficult for us...
Is Pilates for Men as well as Women?
When I was first introduced to Pilates in 2009, I observed that the vast majority of people in the Pilates studio were female. Based on that observation, I concluded that it was an exercise regime best suited for women. I have now practiced...
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...