When you teach Pilates, it can be hard to keep your teaching fresh, to stay ahead of the pack. It's not easy to go home after a busy day at the studio to practice Pilates by yourself. However, the health benefits and inspiration for your students that you will gain from home practice are very important and well-worth the effort.
Whether you can’t make it to the gym today, you prefer home workouts, or you just want to get more Pilates practice in away from your classes, why not improve your Pilates at home? It can be fantastic for giving your life that little extra health boost it needs.
We all know regular exercise is good for our health, but with so many exercise classes and options available, it's difficult to know what will reap the most rewards in terms of health and fitness. Here are six great health benefits of Pilates.
Pilates supports your wellbeing, in terms of both your mind and body. It has been a popular and valued exercise for people from all walks of life since it was brought to the UK in 1970.
Keeping fit and mobile as you grow older is vital to allow you to enjoy life to the full, and Pilates is a great low-impact method of strengthening your body. Pilates benefits people of all ages.