Experience a workout that provides superior body conditioning. Use multi-joint movement that integrates entire muscle groups into challenging movement patterns.
Engage the mind and body with a balanced blend of strength and flexibility training. Focus on technique, core engagement and breathing as you flow seamlessly from one movement to the next.
Learn in more detail how to move correctly with the right muscle engagement and skeletal alignment in order to restore the body to its balance and optimal function.
The recurring challenges, the fights, fails and wins, the diligence and level of detail you apply in every session, your tremendous knowledge about body movements, movement patterns, different ways to work-out and of course your happy and always positive nature.(Roland, Zurich)Weil ich von Anfang verstanden wurde. Die Chemie hat sofort gepasst und das Studio ist einfach toll. Die Geräte sind exzellente Hilfsmittel, um geführt an die richtigen Muskelgruppen zu gelangen. Man fühlt sich sicher und es macht einfach Spass, wie vielfältig die Geräte einsetzbar sind. (Franca, Winterberg)
As with any new activity or form of exercise, there is resistance that comes from both your body and your mind. Can I do this, do I want to do this and why am I doing this?? It’s really tough just to show up and be ready to work out. And that’s all you have to do…just show up and Danielle will happily lead you the rest of the way in. (Valerie, Austin TX)Sie sollten wissen, dass es beim Training wichtig ist, auch auf die leisen Töne des Körpers zu achten. (Eva&Daniela, Zurich)
- Lumbo-Pelvic Stability through Balanced Reciprocal Activity
It is a reality that everybody is dominant on one side of their body or the other. As human beings it’s normal that we’re asymmetrical. Think for a moment about the core axial organ configuration of the human body – […]12. 10.
- Using movement and muscle testing to promote healthy musculoskeletal systems
Body mechanics and muscle function of the human body do not change. However, the list of musculoskeletal problems that can arise as a result of muscles imbalances is long. All the more reason that your Pilates teacher should think critically […]18. 10.
- Mobility vs Stability of the Joints or perhaps Joint Pain?
The human body is undoubtedly more complex than most people realise or appreciate. Luckily, there is a brilliant approach that allows us to better analyse human movement, joint function and joint pain. The Joint-by-Joint Approach developed by Gray Cook and […]29. 08.
- Why Pilates training is crucial for your posture…
Pilates training differs from conventional sport in that it specifically helps to correct what’s not working optimally in the body. And in almost every body there’s something not working to its full potential. From overuse to muscle disorders to poor […]02. 08.
- Is your back pain the result of pelvic position?
A pelvis shifted forward while standing and during gait can contribute to a variety of musculoskeletal issues like low bone density, sacroiliac pain, pelvic floor dysfunction and low back pain to name a few. Wait, low back pain? Check your […]28. 06.