Pilates Success

Everyone has their own idea about what it means to them to be successful. Identifying what success means to you personally is a key factor in making your business work for you rather than you work for your business. Perhaps you are motivated by profit, empowering people, making a difference, becoming famous or do you work […]


Worry Line Between Your Brows? Try Pilates Instead of Botox

By Katharina Hesse © Ever noticed how Pilates teachers are quite obsessed with the pelvic floor? (Yes, this blog is about wrinkles, just read on and I’ll get to them eventually….) An active pelvic floor helps posture and posturally-related pains, such as back and even shoulder pain, improves continence and – dare I say it? – […]

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Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are

Published on 8 Jun 2013 by TED Education View full lesson:… Body language affects how others see us, but it may also change how we see ourselves. Social psychologist Amy Cuddy shows how “power posing” — standing in a posture of confidence, even when we don’t feel confident — can affect testosterone and cortisol levels in […]


Pilates and Mental Health – Part 5

“Pilates teaches me what’s wrong with my body” The more I work with this small group of male addicts the more I learn from them.  Whereas ‘mindful Pilates’ previously had just been my ideal way to work, simply a concept, since working with these men I feel I now have proof. In these classes, we don’t always […]