How to Improve Google Results for a Pilates Studio Website

You don’t have to be a marketing expert to know that being #1 on Google is the best position that your website can possibly be in. One of the common mistakes that a lot of Pilates business owners make is thinking that opening a website is the only thing that they have to do to […]

Where Oh Where Should I Have My Studio?

For many Pilates teachers both new and experienced, there comes a time when they need to decide where they will locate their practice.  A spare room at home? A commercial space? A facility within a health club or medical facility?  What works best and which option makes the most sense? There are clear benefits to […]

Are You Giving Yourself Enough Credit?

Are you a Pilates instructor that is passionate about delivering the best Pilates you can to your clients?  You watch on in admiration as your clients improve their bodies and minds in life changing ways, yet you still have a niggling feeling that you’re not good enough?  Stop for a moment and ask yourself: Are […]

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An Instructor Guide To Social Media Marketing

Madonna once told us we’re living in a material world. Now almost 30 years later, I have to say I think we’re living in a social-media world! And thanks to businesses, social media sites now offer much more than status updates from friends. Businesses everywhere offer the public a daily dose of education, inspiration and […]

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Integral Biology and the Holistic Pilates Practitioner

Integral biology is the study of our environment’s effects on our physical, spiritual and mental health. A change, shift or imbalance in one area will affect the other areas. Examples of factors that influence our integral biology could be: Environmental – such as our lifestyle, diet and nutrition, technology (work, appliances, gadgets) , diet and nutrition, […]

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Letting Clients Go With Grace

Every so often it happens.  A client finishes their session and as they get ready to leave, you give a little reminder that it’s time to purchase or schedule their next package. But instead of their usual enthusiastic response, there is a quiet pause followed by an awkward mumble that they need to stop their […]

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State of Mind – Still Busy

Since the last blog State of mind 2 fast I have taken the time to find solutions to slow down my life, be more efficient, less tired and have more time.  Impossible – right? well apparently not,  actually there are people out there who live like that ;). I spoke to folks around me, reached out to […]

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What It Really Takes To Teach With Class

By Dana Auriemma I took my first aerobics class 14 years ago and since then, I’ve had more fitness instructors than I can remember. And I’ve seen some very un-classy behavior that ranged from annoying to no-way-I’m-going-to- return-for-this. But on the flip side, I’ve also had a few incredible instructors. Instructors that were great not […]

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Duty of care, professional role for specialist populations and boundaries

Pilates Instructors have a Duty of Care (law of tort) to extend a reasonable level of care towards a client; avoid injury to that individual and their property.   Liability in a breach in Duty of Care is based upon the relationship between the parties the omission or negligent act and whether loss to the individual was reasonably […]