One of the most common fitness class misconceptions that I encounter is the notion that you have to be at a certain level of fitness or have some sort of expert knowledge or experience to join the class. This is so false! Fitness classes are designed to help you get fit, or maintain your level of physical fitness. There is no requirement that you need to possess a certain amount of skill to join a class, or that you have to ‘be good enough’ to take the class.
Pilates. I think everyone can benefit from some Pilates in their lives. Who doesn't want to be strong and lean?http://www.athensreview.com/news/renew-strength-through-pilates/article_31404138-52a3-11e6-a099-f3f008bdb187.html
Posted by Miranda Perry @ Wednesday, September 21, 2016 @ 13:09pm
Being in the fitness industry for more than 10 years has given me so much joy. I am thrilled when I can make a difference in someone's life by helping them to look and feel better in theri body. I know that nutrition plays a huge role in feeling better, so I decided to add nurtition coaching to my repertoire. I am proud to say that I have completed the Precision Nutrition Coaching Level 1 certification and I am ready to add this area to my practice. I love Precison Nutrition's approach.
This weekend was full of learning and exploring Pilates with Deborah Lessen, who taught an amazing workshop at the Pilates Center in Rockville, Maryland.Day 1 taught us the skills needed to visually assess our clients correctly.We had some very different body types to work with (our models were participant
Posted by Heike Yates @ Monday, April 04, 2016 @ 17:23pm
I have spent my entire teaching career focusing on Pilates and mindful movement. I love the depth and breadth of this work. I feel energized when I see a client feel the work deeply for the first time and understand that to be truly present in their exercise sessions brings about great change. I recently had the opportunity to take a Spinning certification course. I was very nervous walking into this class for several reasons. For starters, this form of exercise was out of my comfort zone. I teach slow, controlled, precise movements; not spinning!
Posted by Amy Phillips @ Monday, December 28, 2015 @ 15:58pm