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” →
After earning my Bachelor’s degree in Dance and Movement Education, I was interested in studying Pilates as the next step in my career. Unfortunately, my first Pilates teacher training program turned me off to Pilates completely. My body didn’t fit … Continue reading “Pilates for Every Body” →
Reflect on your own teaching. Why have you become a movement teacher? Do you take the time to really teach each individual in front of you? How can you tell if your students are learning from you? What progress do … Continue reading “WORK SMARTER NOT HARDER: How hard should Pilates really be?” →
I am a firm believer that when we provide these successful movement experiences to our clients, it shifts their paradigm of well-being.
…I like my doctor, however, I ask myself if it is worth it, is there a better team of healthcare providers out there that would treat me with respect?
…looking for the balanced life, how about you?