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Pilates Day 2nd May 2020
Pilates Day is an Internationally recognised day to celebrate Joseph Pilates and his renowen Pilates Method.
Joseph Pilates first started talking about exercise and Your Health in 1934 and continued in 1945 when he published his book Return to Life through Contrology. He developed his 34 Pilates moves which we know today, but which have evolved over time as we learn more.
Joseph Pilates who was ill as a child developed Pilates with the view that ” achieving the highest accomplishments within the scope of our capabilitiesin all walks of life depends on constantly striving to aquirw strong, healthy bodies and at the same time developing our minds to the limit of our ability”
Pilates to this day still is performed with this in mind.
If you have practiced Pilates in the past but for whatever reason have not done it for a while then try this 10 minute Mobility & Stretch Pilates session I did as a Facebook Live to celebrate Pilates Day 2020. Click on the photo above
In just 10 minutes you will feel more mobile and ready to face your day.
10 minutes Pilates 10 minutes a day is a great way to as Joseph Pilates says, stay strong, mobile & flexible in both body & mind. If you found getting to a regular Pilates class wasn’t happening due to work & family life then why not come and give the 10 minute Pilates membership a go.
We have a 3 month Pilates package available through Lockdown to get you back into Pilates and create a habit.
Plus LIVE PIlates classes each week during Lockdown.
Find out more HERE