The studio has an interesting collection of all ages and genders, with the oldest into their 80’s. All are positive thinking individuals who come ready to learn, progress, and in many cases heal. They bring their challenges with optimism and continue to challenge my years of expertise.
For 2015 try this New Year resolution: Try doing Pilates 10 minutes per day when you are not regularly attending classes or doing full workouts on your own. The exercises can be a few key Pilates Mat Exercises that target the weaker muscles in your body. Pilates – 10 minutes per day is all that is needed if you are wanting to maintain core strength, flexibility and some basic muscle tone. Of course more time is needed if you want to increase strength and flexibility.
I talk a lot about muscle memory and how your muscles can bounce back quickly. All my students returned to their second class noting that they were quite stiff after week one, and commented on how much better they all felt after their second class. The sad reality is, as we age our muscles fade much quicker than when we were young. The good news is that they can bounces back quickly if you do a little exercise daily.
Everybody can find 10 minutes per day. The exercises that felt like killer exercises soon become easier to do and actually feel good again. Your body relaxes and your breath flows as you slowly move through your familiar sequences. Exercise time becomes a treat and something you look forward to doing. This should be your goal for the New Year. A little each day – honor your body, mind and soul .
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