As teachers, how do we stay grounded? How do we manage distractions? We must focus on changing the rhythm of our teaching style and hone in on centering our intention, relaxing our energy and focusing on self care.
In the last 12 months I’ve experimented with the way I teach more than usual. And I’m not going to lie, after years of trying to teach exactly like those who I admired it took all the courage I had to feel ok in going ‘rogue’ and to go searching for my own story.Read more
I have always felt that Pilates has empowered me both physically and mentally and I hope to transmit that to my clients and students. It doesn’t have to be all depth all the time and a session should obviously not be psychoanalysis, but the truth is that sometimes, a session may lead to a heart-to-heart conversation that brings up important questions about our lives and practice.Read more
Becoming a Pilates teacher is overwhelming. When you are a brand new Pilates teacher you have so many exercises to remember and understand, all the different apparatus and safety issues for clients, your clients’ different issues, needs and personalities.Read more
As a Pilates teacher and fitness professional, I often ask myself if what I’m sharing aspirational or inaccessible. On one hand, it’s important to walk your talk and demonstrate that you have an understanding of how to get from “A” (the beginning) to “B” (the thing you’re trying to help someone achieve).Read more