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Movement Heals!

by: Susan Moran, Co-Owner Power Pilates

Tired of feeling out of shape, constantly tired and living with pain…the solution is simple, start moving!!!
Pilates is a great way to jump start your “Wellness.”  Wellness is defined as the quality of being healthy in body and mind, especially as the result of a deliberate effort. Achieving Wellness is quite simple if you follow the  tips below:

Start your Wellness program by committing to the following elements: Body and Mind

    1. Body - I recommend participating in two Power Pilates classes per week (Mat or Tower Class, Semi or Private session) Joseph Pilates Method is a collaboration of movements and principles that connect the Body, Mind and Soul It is a safe yet effective way to Strengthen, Stretch and Stabilize your body working from the “inside out.” Not only will your body change, your chronic pain will start to subside , and  an overall sense of happiness will emerge

    2. Mind - Engage your mind with an activity that is out of your “comfort zone”; read a book that is something other than a novel. Read about another culture, art, or  history etc.,. Sign up for a one day Continuing Education Class in something that interests you but you haven’t put fourth the time and effort


If you start with the two tips above and give yourself 3 months with a consistent effort, the desired changes will be revealed. Keep it simple, the effort is up to you!!!

Susan Moran
Co-Owner Power Pilates



Posted on Tuesday, January 24, 2012 at 12:01PM by Registered CommenterPilates-Pro | Comments2 Comments

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Reader Comments (2)

This is sound advice and so true. Just today I was feeling run down, took an open mat class at Power Pilates and it changed my outlook, boosted my energy level and jump started my self-esteem.

January 24, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMarla

LOVE THIS. People need to start small and work their way up to more "Wellness" building activities. I have all my clients start with achievable goals then work to higher and higher levels. I also love the "out of the comfort zone" idea.

March 9, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMelissa

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