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Traditional strength training tends to focus on one specific muscle or muscle group at a time. Taking your exercise routine off the floor engages and integrates multiple muscle groups simultaneously. Suspension in space opens the body to all movement possibilities. When we are free of the two dimensional space of the floor we find a

Why Your Core is Important

Friday, 22 November 2013 by
Strong Core Muscles

Ask most people how to get a strong core and they’ll probably mention crunches, leg raises, and sit-ups. While these common exercises do work your abdominal muscles, there’s a lot more to your core than just abs. Your pelvic and hip muscles, obliques, and other spine-supporting muscles are equally important—and far too often neglected. Your

Inversion and Opening

by Yogi Zen and Shari Weber Traditional strength training tends to focus on one specific muscle or muscle group at a time. By taking your exercise routine off the floor one calls to action multiple muscle groups simultaneously.  Suspension in space opens the body up to all movement possibilities and engagement of little used and

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Child Inversion in Zero Gravity

Children are amazingly flexible and supple. Unfortunately life’s experiences and stresses, coupled with a lack of proper use of the body, usually leads to tightness, a closing of joints, and pain as we age. Yoga swings offer a fun and effective way for kids to enhance their natural gifts and offset the physical effects of

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Pilates and Yoga

Monday, 24 June 2013 by
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Born in Germany in 1880, Joseph H. Pilates had a lifelong interest in body conditioning. As a frail child dedicated to becoming stronger, he later grew to become an accomplished skier, diver, gymnast, boxer and martial artist. Components of these disciplines can be seen in different Pilates exercises.


While interned in England during World War I for his German citizenship, Joseph became a nurse. During this time, he designed exercise apparatus for immobilized patients by attaching springs to hospital beds. This system formed the foundation for his style of body conditioning and specialized exercise apparatus, which he brought to New York City when he opened the first Pilates studio in 1926.

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