Science Reveals the Truth Behind Turmeric With the modern cultural shift towards good health and nutrition, a few questions keep popping up: Should I take dietary supplements? Do they really work or do they just end up passing through the … Continue reading “Trending Superfoods: Just a Passing Fad?” →
Most know by now that Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. We had it early this year due to a trip ironically to Turkey. I am excited to be with our licensee and good friend Akin and share the Polestar Experience … Continue reading “A Thanksgiving Message from Dr. Brent” →
Polestar Educator, Physical Therapist, and certified C2 Schroth therapist Lise Stolze offers further insight to Scoliosis and working with Scoliosis clients.
When something is very natural it’s often compared to breathing; an implicit trust in an unconscious process. 17, 000 breaths a day is as natural as it comes. That’s why you’ll be surprised to know there are better breathing techniques … Continue reading “Shelly Answers 7 Questions on Breath” →
Ensuring a client’s safety should be one of our highest priorities when in the studio. For that to happen, we need to have a thorough understanding of our client’s personal medical history. We need to know what to do when … Continue reading “Knowing Your Clients Better: the Importance of Intake Forms” →
December is a month full of holidays. Besides schedules, it’s a hectic time for a Pilates studio: clients are frantically buying last-minute gifts, going to Christmas dinners with friends and family and leaving their Pilates regimens flapping in the wind. … Continue reading “Marketing Your Studio for the Holidays” →
Modern Day Healthcare, Week 5 (Sunshine & Fresh Air) A funny thing happened to me this week. I was overjoyed to receive my brand new iPhone 6 Plus to replace my “tiny” and outdated iPhone4. As a tech lover, it … Continue reading “How My Oversized Smartphone Reminded Me How to Live In the Moment” →
I recently listened to a great lecture by Sharon Kolkka in New Zealand about the “Biology of Perception.” Her delivery and content really made me reflect on my own teaching style and effectiveness. For years I have been interested in … Continue reading “Perception of Movement Influences our Health” →