Your Pilates Practice
The German, Joseph Pilates, developed a system of exercises during the first half of the twentieth century and intended to strengthen the human mind and body. He believed that the mind can control the muscles. Nowadays, a number of versions of Pilates are taught such as floor-based pilates or machine based pilates and the majority follow up to nine principles: concentration, control, centering, flow, posture alignment, precision, relaxation, and stamina.
Pilates Classes and Workshops
Even if all of them share the basic principles of Pilates, there are different schools that have differences in their approach: some are more oriented to rehabilitation while others to dance or fitness. Regardless, the practice of Pilates will help you to improve body posture during classes and throughout your daily life. This is achieved thanks to the work of our central or core zone, and you will gain joint mobility and flexibility, allowing you to gain a better quality of life.
Online Pilates Certifications
When you want to become a Pilates instructor or just to deepen your own understanding of the Pilates method, you can do an online Pilates Teacher Training. You will not only learn how to teach exercises, but you will also learn how to progress a student through the Pilates with regards to their particular needs. Pilates Teacher Training varies their duration of 100, 200, 300 or 400 hours. You can choose to join an online Pilates Teacher Training and after completing the course hours satisfactory, you will earn a Pilates Teacher Certification.
Online live Pilates Classes, Workshops and Pilates Certifications are available on bookingyoga.com.