Pilates and Mental Health – Following Weeks

Posture is the key It’s been a few weeks on since I last wrote about my experiences in delivering a Pilates class for a group of male addicts. The numbers have dropped because some of the previous residents have moved on most only stay between three to nine months. I’ve learnt a lot more about […]


Extracts from A Pilates Primer: The Combo Millennium Edition by J Pilates and J Robbins

Previous Next “That our chairs, benches, settees, sofas, couches and beds seemingly are designed for every other purpose than that of rest, relaxation or sleep – they are in reality the primary cause of our acquiring wrong and harmful postural habits, too numerous for mention here.” “PERFECT Balance of Body and Mind, is that quality in civilised […]


THINK, BREATHE AND SLEEP PILATES – BUT WHY? Interestingly enough Pilates, or as it was originally called Contrology, was meant to be a life style not just a form of exercise.  Through series of exercises one would develop a personal discipline which would spread a positive effect across one’s life, work and health.  In reality, […]