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To Count or Cue

When teaching, counting reps is easy (most of the time). It can be a good idea to give your client a sense of how many of each exercise she will be doing.

As a newer teacher it's harder to give the perfect cue to a client or a class to enable the client to feel the exercise.

Pilates and Dancers

A client recently asked me how I got started in Pilates. After 15 years of teaching it’s such an integral part of my life, I had to really stop and think about what brought me to this passion. My first love is ballet. As a young professional dancer, I was introduced to Pilates and the reformer in particular after a groin injury.

Why take CCB?

Students often ask me about taking the Cadillac, Chair and Barrels courses and if it's a good idea. Of course my answer is YES, but I'd like to give some of the rationale behind my thoughts.

While Mat and Reformer give you a wonderful foundation and a great selection of exercises, they are a drop in the bucket of Pilates knowledge.

Motherhood and Pilates Instructor = My Dream Career

I started doing Pilates in 2003 after I had my second child. A few years later I found myself in the middle of a divorce. I no longer could be a stay at home mom and housewife. I wanted a career that could give me more purpose and afford me the opportunity to work and be a stay at home mom at the same time.

Sitting Is The New Smoking

Sitting Is The New Smoking

Ameera David WXYZ, an ABC affiliate Taking Action Reporter saw Equilibrium’s Facebook post warning that sitting is the new smoking and invited us to appear on TV to demonstrate exercises that people can do at their desks.

Dr. Levine a Mayo Clinic specialist in obesity, who also invented the treadmill desk, is the person who coined the phrase “sitting is the new smoking.