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Arm to Back Connection

Setting The Shoulders Where They Should Be…On Your Back!

The shoulder joint offers the greatest range of motion of all human joints. The disadvantage of this is the inherent instability of the shoulder joint gives us a wonderfully large range of motion with our arms, but it also makes the shoulder joint prone to dysfunction and injury. Getting the humerus nestled adequately into the… Read More »



Reasons To Love Bridging

 Functional Movement That Builds Core . THASS Strength

Bridging is a functional and foundational exercise found within the Pilates repertoire  that builds core . THASS (where your thigh meets your glutes) strength and are a great movement to work your posterior chain – the muscles down the backside of your body; hence the reason to LOVE them!

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Reasons To Love Squats

 Functional Movement That Builds Core . Joint Strength

Loaded Back Pac Squat on Reformer

Squats are a functional movement that build core . THASS (where your thigh meets your glutes) strength for every day activities while maintaining a neutral spine that supports your low back and strengthening . stretching your hip, knee and ankle joints, hence the reason to LOVE them!


Reasons To Love Planks

Pilates Long Stretch Plank on Reformer

Planks Are A Functional Pilates Movement That Builds Core Strength

Planks are a functional movement that build core strength for every day activities, hence a reason to love them!  Planks along with Lunges, Squats, Bridging . Trunk Integration make up the 5 functional movements found in our Pilates repertoire. We will explore the others in… Read More »