On Monday I was interviewed by Boys Dance Too UK. They asked me about my take on how Pilates could help dancers and particularly boy dancers.
Training the core, where it is, how to feel it, how to control it, how to challenge it
Letting the shoulders relax and find their place. Add them to balance and a rotator cuff, or two, then pour on some Lats and postural muscles galore and you have a Pilates session that'll make you feel very good indeed. And, at the end of the session, you'll prove to yourself how the imagination can truly help hugely.
Well what a beautiful week of wonderful responsive students. And some feedback that's put the spring in my tail! Thank you for your emails and texts and lovely words. This week, apart from working my usual timetable, I'm teaching summer evening school at the Royal Academy of Dance every night. I was SO happy tonight AND, actually nothing
How much should I engage my core? How do I know when my core is engaged enough? How can I be sure that my core is working? Where exactly is it? So, when I engage my core, what's happening exactly and why is this important? Ever asked yourself or me these questions? This week ALL the how, why and
It is July and we have a summer full of Pilates sessions. Classes continue as normal throughout July and August, except there are no classes the week of 19th August. This will be the week I am teaching Pilates for the summer intensive examination course at the RAD. There is also one Bank Holiday Monday on 26th August when, as
"Contrology develops not only the muscles of the body, suppleness of the limbs, and functioning of vital organs and endocrine glands; it also clarifies the mind and develops the will"
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