Since the springs on your Pilates equipment are integral to the method you teach your clients, it is absolutely necessary to make sure they are safe. But how, exactly, do you determine whether a spring is safe? Here is a simple three step guide to keeping you and your clients safe in the studio. Read more
There were many reasons behind the opening of Pilates Body Barre. I began taking Reformer Pilates about 15 years ago. I fell in love with it immediately. It was the first time I had experienced exercise that not only offered the physical results I wanted, but calmed my mind as well. Read more
The cleanliness of your equipment can greatly detract from the Pilates experience. You and your client should be focused on the movement, not tuning out bumps and squeaks as the carriage travels within the frame.
Welcome to part 2 of my blog series which breaks down three of the MOST important guidelines, tools and their implementation, thus making Instructors as successful as possible. These tools are a small glimpse into my Training Manual, “PWA’S: How to Successfully Build Your Pilates Business.” Buckle up, it may seem like a bumpy ride, but I’m here to walk you through these steps in a fun and enjoyable way! You can catch up with Part 1 of my series here! Read more
Last time we were together I covered seven reasons why your Social Media isn’t helping you market your Pilates business. This time, let’s talk about some things you CAN do to bring new clients in and have control in doing it. After all, once you post on Social Media, you have no control over who sees your stuff and when. Let’s take back some of that control and get your Pilates business in front of the eyes of your future clients. Read more