Many of our clients come to us after a physician has advised that they need core strengthening to stop their … More
What do you do when you have a client who says they can’t feel their core?
One of the quintessential Pilates Principles is Breathing. Seems like an obvious task, but amazingly a significant challenge for many, … More
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?
We can’t always rely solely on the back to do all of the heavy lifting for us. After all, if the spine is the backbone of the body, what is the “backbone” of the spine?
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.
There are a number of ways to safely modify your movements while still being able to move effectively with a Diastasis, and get the most out of an exercise program. Supervised exercise with a skilled movement practitioner is an important aspect of treating a Diastasis.
Diastasis Recti is an often poorly diagnosed and mismanaged condition that affects over 50% of women post-natally. This condition is accompanied by a number of related pelvic complications, including pelvic pain and urinary incontinence that further prevents these women from being able to move and exercise safely and effectively.