1. Surprise Yourself With Regular Pilates Practice.
2. What to Expect With Pilates! 3. Pilates Lifestyle! 4. Make Pilates your BFF! 5. Look Better, Feel Better and Be Better!
We all set fitness goals, which is Awesome!
We try to be regular at the gym, but most of the times end up getting bored of the same old lifting the dumb bells routine!
We regularly update our routines to be fitter day after day, because Google says it works, because it is your friend’s routine, because it worked for somebody, etc.
But the bitter truth is, we as individuals consider physical change an ultimate positive change, without considering factors like our body types, genes, and lifestyle.
Also, our wandering mind is one criterion which we miss on always!
Why don’t we try something that interests us!
Can we have one routine for overall well being yet keep up with the energy? Can this routine change the way we think, move and exercise?
How oh how!?
Pilates..Pilates..Pilates is what you need!
Pilates is an endless journey.
It’s about breathing and focus and being mindful of your body’s movements.
It can be a wonderful never ending journey. A journey that can significantly impact one’s lifestyle
One cultivates these skills of this exercise routine as a foundation perfected year after year in countless variations.
Consistency in Pilates Practice can help you with-
Energize your body and mind.
Correct imbalance and increase body awareness, flexibility and circulation.
Improve your posture, poise, and alignment in everyday activities.
Provide relief from back, neck and joint pain.
Help to rehabilitate injuries.
Improve your overall fitness, muscle tone, strength, and stamina.
So why not make Pilates your new BFF and break free with your stagnant exercise routine.
There is so much to discover in the world of Pilates and we wholeheartedly believe that diving into this world will make you better not only from outside but inside too!
Tension free, fatigue-free & Successfully meeting problems of modern living is the need of time.
“It is a belief that the true essence of mastery is in the doing rather than the arriving.”