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What is Pilates?
Pilates is an exercise which works on core, balances the whole body, gives a good posture and re educates the body to move effectively.
Being a doctor and having worked in Fitness Industry for more than 10 years, Deepali can vouch that Pilates is a precise and intense method of physical training whose effects last lifelong.
The essence of Pilates is its focus on postural muscles of the body, building strength from the inside out. Pilates brings the body into correct alignment and re-educates it about more efficient movement patterns.
Pilates emphasizes lengthening the body in movement with attention to correct form with fewer movement repetitions, muscles become long and lean, rather than short and big.
You will stand up straighter, look more streamlined and move with greater ease not to mention losing that flab and looking Fab with Authentic Fully equipped Pilates Studio in Aundh.
To create a difference in society by healing people and aligning their Mind Body and Soul to unleash the best.
In Exercise, we believe that Pilates offers alignment of the body and gives rapid and lasting results, decreased abdominal fat and a leaner and sculpted body with improved posture which is the call for the day.
We thoroughly believe that nutrition is so important it is the best preventive medicine provided so freely and abundantly by nature.
And medicine intervention, if required, should be very minimal with help of gentle healing with Homeopathy.
What do we do if we reach the dream position we always want with no health by our side?
During the first half of the twentieth century, he developed a system of exercises which were intended to strengthen the human mind and body. Pilates believed that mental and physical health were interrelated.
In his youth he had practiced many of the physical training regimes available in Germany, and it was from these he developed his own work. It has clear connections with the physical culture of the late nineteenth century, such as the use of special apparatuses and claims that the exercises could cure ill health. It is also related to the tradition of “corrective exercise” or “medical gymnastics” as typified by Pehr Henrik Ling.
Joseph Pilates accompanied his method with a variety of equipment, for which he used the term “apparatus.” Each apparatus was designed to help accelerate the process of stretching, strengthening, body alignment and increased core strength started by the mat work. The best-known and most popular apparatus today, the Reformer, was originally called the Universal Reformer, aptly named for “universally reforming the body.” Eventually Pilates designed other apparatus, including the Cadillac, Wunda Chair, High “Electric” Chair, Spine Corrector, Ladder Barrel and Pedi-Pole.
Pilates published two books related to his training method: Your Health: A Corrective System of Exercising That Revolutionizes the Entire Field of Physical Education in 1934, and Return to Life Through Contrology in 1945.
His first students went on to teach his methods, including: Romana Kryzanowska, Kathy Grant, Jay Grimes, Ron Fletcher, Maja Wollman, Mary Bowen, Carola Treir, Bob Seed, Eve Gentry, Bruce King, Lolita San Miguel, and Mary Pilates, Joseph’s niece. Contemporary Pilates includes both the “Modern” Pilates and the “Classical/Traditional” Pilates. Modern Pilates is partly derived from the teaching of some first generation students, while Classical aims to preserve the original work as Joseph Pilates taught it.
- Postural alignment