“Concentrate on the correct movements each time you exercise, lest you do them improperly and thus lose all the vital benefits of their value…in ten sessions you’ll feel the difference, in twenty you will see the difference, in thirty you will have a whole new body” ~ NP
- Workouts consist of controlled yet fluid movements with stability while working muscles through a full range of motion.
- Pilates was developed into the 1920′s by Joseph Pilates.
- At Spirit Walk we teach mat pilates as well as work with props and provide private reformer training.
- Pilates basic principle one: centering and focusing on the core as the powerhouse.
- Pilates basic principle two: concentrating and committing your full attention to the posture maximizing it’s value.
- Pilates basic principle three: control, muscular control of every part whether stabilizing or moving.
- Pilates basic principle four: Precision and alignment with sustained awareness throughout the movement.
- Pilates basic principle five: breathing, proper breathing.
- Pilates basic principle six: fluid, controlled and graceful movement.