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Anatomy 101 Workshop with Holly Furgason

April 16, 2016

Join Holly Furgason for Anatomy 101
November 2
6:00-8:00pm

We think all Pilates instructors should have an understanding of anatomy. But learning anatomy can feel like your learning a foreign language (well, Latin mostly :). So we’ve put together this 2-hour interactive workshop to get you started.

Anatomy 101 will give you the foundational anatomy necessary to begin or expand your Pilates teacher training.

  • What is “Anatomical Neutral”
  • The planes of motion…

New Teachers Teachers In Training

What’s the Difference Between “Neutral” and “Natural”

March 7, 2014

I love getting questions. One recent question was so great, I had to share it with you!

“What I’ve noticed is that a neutral pelvis looks very different on each individual body. What are your suggestions for assessing new clients who don’t understand what neutral alignment looks and feels like? How do you as the instructor familiarize yourself with an individual’s anatomy? Neutral alignment (which is synonymous to ideal…

Pilates

Taming the Psoas

May 27, 2013

Constructive RestThe psoas is very susceptible to being tight because of our daily activities. Sitting for long periods of a the time at the computer, driving, running and even exercise. Pilates can help bring the psoas back to a relaxed, responsive and supportive position so that it can do it’s job properly.

Last week…

Pilates

The Mysterious Psoas

May 20, 2013

Psoas

Do your clients have trouble understanding what you mean when you talk to them about their psoas? Everyone has heard the word Psoas used when referring to core muscles or hip flexors but what, really, is the Psoas?

The Psoas muscle is an incredible muscle that helps us move, walk, dance and live. The Psoas can…