The Difference Between Pilates and Yoga
Monday, February 06, 2017
The Difference Between Pilates and Yoga

More times than not, many people seem to chunk Pilates and Yoga into the same category. Although there are some similarities, the differences amongst the two are major and therefore, permit further explanation.While the breath is incredibly important in both forms, technique between the two is very different. Yoga is a very spiritual based practice and uses a more holistic approach, while Pilates focuses on a specific area called "The Power House." The origins are also very different being that yoga was created in South Asia and Pilates was created by Joseph Pilates in Europe, originally was developed as a rehabilitation and strengthening method.Ultimately, the main goal of Pilates is ...

Pilates Battling Lower Back Pain
Thursday, January 26, 2017
The Difference Between Pilates and Yoga

We’ve seen time and time again how Pilates serves a purpose much greater than the repetition of movements and poses. Pilates addresses a variety of factors including underlying structural imbalances, which can be a major cause of lower back pain. Concerning matters such as poor posture, pelvic instability and poor core support are influential to the result of ongoing lower back pain. Overall, Pilates brings a sense of body awareness to anyone who incorporates this practice to their daily lives. Through focusing in on one’s body alignment through Pilates, the muscles will strengthen as a whole creating movement to flow through the body more naturally. Take a look at our schedule ...

Saturday, January 07, 2017
The Difference Between Pilates and Yoga

If you're looking for a class that will optimize your quality of life through a simple technique that effectively reduces stress and tension, Full Body MELT is the class for you. MELT is an innovative technique that focuses on two major components, a balanced nervous system and healthy connective tissue to improve one's quality of life. The ultimate goal of Full Body Melt is to provide the tools for the body to repair itself while also restoring balance. Melt offers the ability to address the root of chronic pain and repair its symptoms naturally and effectively. With just one session, you will begin to feel results so come in and try your first class today!   

Pilates and Parkinson's
Friday, January 06, 2017

Pilates consists of repeated movements that are meant to stretch and strengthen the body one action at a time in a certain order. For people with Parkinson's Disease, the complex motor sequencing as explained in the last sentence plays a therapeutic role in subsiding symptoms that result from Parkinson's. Furthermore, Pilates improves one's quality of life and can be beneficial for anyone including someone showing symptoms of Parkinson's. The main goal is to stay consistent in applying Pilates to one's daily routine and over time, through progress, will come results. Being persistent with incorporating Pilates, as well as repeated practice of motor ...

CdLS Fundraiser
Thursday, January 05, 2017
The Difference Between Pilates and Yoga

Our CdLS Fundraiser held on December 2nd was a big success.  With about 50 people attending and lots of raffle gifts generously donated, we raised $4,955.00!  Thank you to all who attended and gave so generously, as well as those who could not make it and gave so generously.  It was a fun filled event, and a great way to kick off the holiday season with giving to those who are in need.