We’re on a roll! Please enjoy this latest Book Club review. Movement nerd alert: This book is for you!
In this month’s Book Club meeting Holly Wallis is excited to discuss “The Vital Psoas Muscle: Connecting Physical, Emotional and … More
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“Be mindful when it comes to your words. A string of some that don’t mean much to you may stick with someone for a lifetime.” Rachael Wolchin
We have been hearing about Biomechanics everywhere these days it seems, like it’s the latest buzz word.
As Pilates Professionals, all of us have had new clients mention that Pilates was suggested to them by their Physician to improve core stability. Have you ever asked these clients what that means to them?
You work with bodies every day, but how well do you know the intricacies of how the body functions to produce the movements that you are teaching your clients?
Most people do not consider what happens from the waist up when they walk.
What aspects of movement are necessary to keep us upright as we age?
We go through life with little awareness of whether parts of our body are mobile or stable, until we experience a moment of instability that results in a stumble or fall, or a period of pain that affects our life.