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Pilates Day - May 5, 2012

Pilates Day is an annual event that takes place the first Saturday in May, and it was created by the Pilates Method Alliance (PMA). Pilates enthusiasts across the nation participate in this annual fitness initiative by attending various events to promote their passion for Pilates! For business owners, it’s a great way to promote their studio and increase traffic. Studios will be hosting worldwide events to create fitness awareness in the Pilates industry. Pilates Day offers people the opportunity to network and participate in community activities with others who share the same enthusiasm for Pilates!

Can’t get enough about Pilates Day? View our previous article to find out even more information:
http://www.pilates-pro.com/pilates-pro/2011/3/2/plan-your-own-pilates-day-event-now.html

Do you consider yourself a Pilates enthusiast? Let your swan dive do the talkin’ and attend one of the events in your area, supported by the Pilates Method Alliance:
http://www.pilatesmethodalliance.org/i4a/calendar/index.cfm?calendar_category=4

Posted on Friday, May 4, 2012 at 04:52PM by Registered CommenterPilates-Pro in , | CommentsPost a Comment | References3 References

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    Pilates Day should be celebrated by the all over the world as it helps the people to rehabilitation from a disease condition or an accident even to keep your body fit you should practice pilates exercise regularly.
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