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Will help those new to pilates to learn the basics and proper form using a wide variety of techniques and machines including but not limited to:
Will help improve the riders balance, strength and flexibility, which in turn will help with how they function on their horses.
Improve your form and flexibility
Will help in avoiding injury as well as increasing flexibility, balance and range of motion.
Will help with running faster while experiencing fewer injuries, as well as improving overall flexibility.
Strengthen the pelvic floor, decrease low back aches,and provide an overall well rounded fitness routine that is also gentle on the joints.
Improve balance and flexibility; and is a beneficial form of weight bearing exercise.
Barre Fusion: This private, one-on-one class is a combination of traditional ballet barre work, Pilates, cardio and balance training.
Breast cancer survivors: More specifically, The Pink Ribbon Program is a gentle restorative exercise program created specifically for women as they recover and work to rebuild their bodies. This program helps to stretch and strengthen the shoulders, chest, back and abdominal muscles which will allow women to regain their full range of motion in these affected areas by surgery.
Pilates Mat Fusion: Is a calorie burning, cardio and traditional Pilates exercise routine that is guranteed to raise your heart rate.
Pilates for Clients with Multiple Sclerosis and other Neurological Disorders. For example: Stroke and Parkinson's.
TRX suspension training: is a full body strength routine that uses your own body weight to perform the exercises. Among the many benefits of this training it also improves core strength, flexibility, overall strength and balance.
Strength training and HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training): improves overall strength and endurance.
Reduce stress, therefore increasing energy
Improve circulation, which will help lower blood pressure
Build functional strength, which will lead to a reduction in low back pain etc
The “mental” break, which will help to improve employee production
Positive employee “energy and morale”
According the American Journal of Health Professionals companies that have instituted a wellness program showed an average 27 percent reduction in employees taking sick leave, 26 percent reduction in healthcare costs, etc. The sessions are 45 minutes. Requirements: a big enough space to exercise and employees must bring their own mats, water and a towel.
Pilates is a form of exercise, or method of body conditioning developed by Joseph Hubertus Pilates, which emphasizes the balanced development of the body through core strength flexibility, and body awareness thus making our movements flow and more graceful. Mr Pilates originally called his method Contrology, using your mind to control your muscles. As trainers we often tell our clients to put their mind in their muscle, be present, be aware.
Joseph Pilates said ’In ten sessions you will feel the difference; in 20 you will see the difference; and in 30 you will have a whole new body’.You will definitely feel different after 10 sessions, but the more dedicated and consistent you are in the practice you will see and feel changes in your body.
In one word No. Pilates, was invented by a man, in the beginning for his own benefit – and then later adapted for women.
In order to move freely we recommend wearing form-fitting exercise attire such as yoga pants, tights, or fitness shorts with an exercise top (short or long sleeve) or tank. This allows us to more easily see the body for alignment and technique. Socks are also recommended to cover your feet. For your convenience we have a changing room available.
Muscle and fat are two different types of tissue, so muscle cannot change into fat. When you stop exercising, you can put on fat, and when you do not use your muscle, it starts to atrophy. It may not be as lean and visible, but the lean mass is still there. Once you start working out again, you will build muscle fibers and in turn shrink fat.