A decade ago I had my first private session as a new Pilates student at the Kane School, and I was informed that I was depressing my shoulders and shouldn't. I thought, but how else then will I [...]
When teaching a workshop in Spanish in Madrid last month, I become highly aware of the way we often use way too many words to give a command in English. When writing my instructor training manual [...]
I’m preparing for my fifth year at “Cadaver Camp, “ a term I coined last year during the annual dissection I participate in led by Gil Hedley, PhD. Who would have thought that a gross anatomy lab [...]
During a recent workshop at The Breathing Project, a fellow colleague told a story which caught me off-guard about a yoga teacher workshop he had led. He recalled how some of the instructors [...]
I was struck that Pilates in itself is NOT about the pause but about the continuous movement. So I've been exploring where to insert or discover the pause in our work as Pilates instructors.