All Posts by Laurie Johnson

Runity

Are you a runner…. -that wants to prevent injury? -that stop running because it was painful? -that just started running and need some guidance? -that hasn’t started running yet? ¬†Conditioning Classes view our schedule Condition your feet and hips to prepare your body for the three dimensional motion of pain free running. Experienced runners will […]

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Vote!

It’s time for you to cast your vote for the Best Place for Pilates in the Daily Hampshire Gazette’s Readers Choice Poll! Support your favorite local businesses and vote by May 22nd.

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Pilates and Riding

  Just Imagine the strength riding a horse requires. This is not brute strength that powers through every move. The strength of a rider is found in her precision, control and coordination. Pilates is an excellent practice for any equestrian whether she is a dressage rider using the subtle movements of her pelvis to guide […]

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Pilates and Men

Pilates is excellent for the Fitness, Wellness, and Movement goals of men.That is all there is to say! Pilates increases flexibility, and flexibility prevents injuries. Pilates increases strength and strength makes activity easier. Pilates is great for cross training so that the activities you love to do continue to be possible without injury. Pilates is […]

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Pilates and Golf

Does your back hurt after your golf game? Do you wish you had more rotation in the swing? Do you wish it were easier to lug the clubs around? ‚ÄúThink of the Golf swing as an efficient machine. Each part of it depends upon the other parts; if one part is functioning incorrectly the other […]

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Pilates and Dance

While Joseph Pilates was a boxer and a gymnast and began developing his work in the hospital for injured soldiers, when he immigrated to the United States the first people that he started training were the modern dancers of the Martha Graham Company. It is well known that the stronger the dancer the easier she […]

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