Pilates School

Fascinating Neuro-Concepts You Need To Know As A Pilates Instructor

Neuroplasticity is the nervous system forming, adapting, or reorganizing in terms of its structure and function.  Neuroplasticity describes the actual structural changes that can occur to a brain when it comes to learning and adapting, and also in terms of function and how we relay and communicate information “out” (from the brain).  It does occur throughout all stages of life however it certainly seems to slow down with age but that’s not to say that it doesn’t continue to happen, it’s just the process can be a little bit slower or requires increased thoughtfulness to facilitate the process.  Read More

Do You Really Understand Osteoarthritis? The Prevention Formula Conversation.

Osteoarthritis today is not only occurring in older people. There is a major increase of individuals between the age of 40 and 55 and it is amazing how many more people are suffering from osteoarthritis these days. When it gets severe, it’s a total joint failure. One in two Americans and two in three obese people will likely get Knee osteoarthritis, and the knees seem to be the leading joint where OA is found. 1 in 4 Americans or about 25 percent of the population will develop Hip OA, and it’s very costly. 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

A Yoga State of Mind

What if yoga were a mindset, a state of being, a way of identifying with ourselves? What if we could bring this yogic identification into all of our activities, classes, and relationships? In celebration of International Yoga Day, we will have a look at what yoga is, how we can benefit from it and bring into our everyday lives.Read More

Educator Highlight : Roxana Molina-Lopez

I truly love to teach, as I feel a sense of great satisfaction when sharing my knowledge with others. I also learn so much from teaching. There are many times that I have had unexpected “aha” moments and continue to grow with each experience. Read More