Tag: training

26 Jul 2018

14 Signs You’re a Pilates Groupie

PILATES {pul-a-teez} GROUPIE (n.) (adjective: obsessive, bendy body): a term of pride and positive group identity. A “Pilates Groupie” is characteristically intellectual and fanatical about the practice of Pilates. An afflicted person may dedicate exorbitant amounts of time to Pilates workouts, its history, principles, techniques and various debates over superior methodology. A Pilates Groupie can also […]

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18 Mar 2018

Be My Pilates Pal: 10 Reasons Why

All the best things in life are better when they’re shared: food, sunsets, laughter, wine, hugs… Pilates! It’s not new research: countless studies show exercising with someone (friend, husband, partner, family member – you name it) is good for motivation and performance. Ultimately, you’re more likely to work out and when you do, work harder, when you […]

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16 Feb 2018

Anula, Anula, Anula: Why we love her so

Philosophical, intelligent, and funny: safe to say, we love Anula. So, we’re thrilled to be the first stop on her first ever visit down under, from 15 – 18 February. While WA’s, nay Australia’s, Pilates community is buzzing with her imminent arrival, her visit isn’t to solely serve up professional development to WA pros: she’s […]

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02 Jan 2018

5 Ways to Maximise Pilates Joy in 2018

The quickest way to fall out of love with any form of exercise is to do the same thing, day in-day out, ad nauseam. You will get bored, then you’re likely to resent it, then avoid it and before you know it, it’s all over and it isn’t even the middle of the year. The beauty of […]

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