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Reverse text neck syndrome

Reverse text neck syndrome

When the head stays forward for longer period of time the muscles that are attached to the skull become weak and lose its elasticity and tone. Let’s face it, we are all guilty of using too much phone, computer and iPad, yet it is part of our lifestyle and our work...

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3 ways to practice liberation

3 ways to practice liberation

Dance has taught me how to begin liberating myself, both in my mind, and my body.  And it all started with dancing at the age of 18, right on the dance floor. I danced after I finished high school, not really knowing what I wanted to do with my life. While studying...

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Reformer Pilates/control balance

Reformer Pilates/control balance

Control Balance is introduced in the classical reformer repertoire in the intermediate/advance level. Because as the name implies, control and balance are both needed. Control in both shoulder and pelvis girdle is required as well as strenght in the core. Focus...

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Matpilates/thehundreds

Matpilates/thehundreds

Regardless of which school of thought you follow, the hundred pilates exercise will remain a classical exercise that is done at the start any mat work. It is a warm up exercise that prepares the body for the rest of the exercise that will follow. All Pilates are full...

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matpilates/therollover

matpilates/therollover

  Bringing the legs over the head with the legs remaining straight is what make this mat exercise challenging. Every time you perform the rollover,  you will challenge your ability to focus because you will need to use your brain to awaken very deep muscles that...

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