Fascial Fitness®—First Time in Canada!

Fascia! Fascia! Fascia! That’s the buzzword these days. So much talk about fascia, but you’re still not sure what it is? Now’s your chance to find out!

The first ever two-day introduction to the Fascial Fitness® training method is coming to Body Harmonics November 19-20, 2016.

Fascial Fitness® has exploded in Europe but this is the […]

You bet your knees rely on your ankles

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    Why an ELDOA Certification is a Great Investment for Pilates Instructors

Why an ELDOA Certification is a Great Investment for Pilates Instructors

Let’s be honest, the wellness industry is booming and there are a lot of ways to spend your money these days. It is easy to feel inundated and overwhelmed. You need to make sure you are investing your time and your money wisely.

As a Pilates teacher, studio owner, ELDOA teacher trainer, lover of mindfulness […]

Straighten your upper back and stretch your tight neck

Give yourself a hand: Hand exercises

Last week, we looked at the anatomy and function of the hand. We explored the bones, tendons and muscles of the hand and how they work together to create movements that allow us to live our daily lives. This week, we will show you some simple exercises to take your hand through its range […]

Give yourself a hand: bones and muscles of the hand

In the last installment of “Give yourself a hand”, we looked at the anatomy, general function, and exercises for the forearm and the wrist. As you may recall, the forearm and wrist help to position the hand properly. Now, we’ll look at the structure and function of the hand more closely.

Bones of the Hand

In the […]

Rotator Cuff Exercise You Can Do Anywhere

Help your Hamstrings

There are three hamstring muscles that literally hang from your sits bones to your lower leg bones. This group of muscles has a direct effect on hips and knees. Hamstrings are part of our core systems, help us walk more efficiently and are part of our superficial back myofascial line. When they’re working well, […]

Love your obliques!

Embrace your unique Pilates teaching style

One of the most valuable things I have learned through my 20 plus years as a teacher, Pilates instructor and coach is that who you are and the way you express yourself is equally, if not more important, than what you teach.

I’ve had the privilege of training hundreds of teachers while at Body Harmonics […]