Brent Anderson

Do You Really Understand Pelvic Floor Health?

Coming from where he (Kegel) identified squeezing these muscles, which led to improvement in stress urinary incontinence, we’re now fifty-plus years later still talking about Kegels. So I really call them a pelvic floor muscle exercise, because there are a lot more dynamics to it. Read More

How to Motivate your Clients to Keep Moving

Adherence to an exercise program like Pilates is fundamental to ensuring the healthy objectives the practice generates are obtained. Explore the influences, variables, and tools you can implement in your teaching to motivate your clients. Read More

Core Strength in Pilates: What You Need to Know

Every time I see “core strength” as a goal, I wonder what it means to the client. Truth is, this goal does not reveal as much as you might think. Here’s what you need to know before you start working on core strength with your clients.Read More

Meditation & Pilates

When I bring my awareness to my body, I experience this sense of “flow”. This flow is always increased for me after a positive movement experience. Read More

Graduate Highlight : Steffi Jauw of Polestar Pilates Asia – Jakarta Indonesia

One of my best friends – who was in the process of taking her exam – introduced me to Polestar. She raved about how great it was and highly recommended it to me. Pilates is for EVERYBODY! I love how Polestar teaches us to adapt our cues & teaching to fit our clients’ needs. Whether our client is post-injury & in need of a little extra attention, or you have a client who is very athletic & is using Pilates to enhance their performance – Polestar Pilates provides!Read More