Joseph Pilates was a pioneer in the art & science of movement. He understood the importance of developing the “core” of the body, where layers of muscle contribute to the movements of the spine – flexion, extension, side bending, and rotation – and also stabilize the spine in preparation for dynamic movement of the limbs. In Pilates, we experience the body as a continuum of tissue rather than isolated muscle groups; we learn to engage and move with intention, using the breath as a means to focus the mind and to nourish a sense of flow. The strength and coordination developed by a Pilates practice becomes the foundation for all physical modalities, connecting the body, mind and spirit.
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