> INSIGHTS > TEACHING

  • What Are The Big Five Pilates Apparatus? What Are The Big Five Pilates Apparatus?
    Imagine. Your Next Personal Challenge. Conquering... 5 Classic Machines. First - The Mat Simple it seems. But ever so challenging. Here, you achieve your ideal... in form. in strength, with elegance crafting your perfect you. Click here to learn about The Reformer The world's essential strengthening, lengthening, lean machine. Become stronger, more slender... transformed. Concentrate. Take control. Click here to learn about The Wunda Chair Not just any chair. Simply th By Insights Team

  • The 2019 NYC Spring Classical Pilates Conference The 2019 NYC Spring Classical Pilates Conference
    The 2019 Power Pilates Spring Classical Pilates Conference and Enhancement brought together many of the finest Classical educators in the industry. Hosted in New York City, the epicenter of the Pilates world, Pilates lovers from all over the world attended this unique event. The 4-day event featured an opening cocktail party and scores of workshops designed to enhance the teaching expertise of instructors of all levels; and to help clients and Pilates lovers deepen their understanding of Clas By Insights Team

  • Working with Overweight Clients with Body Image Issues while Keeping a Healthy Perspective Working with Overweight Clients with Body Image Issues while Keeping a Healthy Perspective
    We all have concerns about bodies not being what we wish and many of us have endeavored to rid ourselves of negative self-talk. How life would be better if only (fill in the blank) was different. This distortion coupled with media and cultural expectations can result unrealistic expectations about the investment in physical movement. Now think about walking into a Pilates studio for the first time with (horrors!) mirrors, fit ladies in black leggings who seem perfect and intimidating looking Ellen Weaver Paquette By Ellen Weaver Paquette

  • Benefits of a Private Session Benefits of a Private Session
    This year I set an intention for myself to take at least one private session each week with various instructors that work at the studio and at other studios that I love to visit. As a teacher of Pilates, I often get caught up in teaching so much that I sacrifice my own workouts and well being. So, my team and I have really been stepping up our game by working together, working out, and... just doing the classical Pilates work... and we are loving every minute of it! Making this commitment has Cheryl Turnquist By Cheryl Turnquist

  • 12 Common Pitfalls of Pilates Instruction 12 Common Pitfalls of Pilates Instruction
    Let's face it, the Pilates method is far from just any ordinary workout. What is it? Is it like Yoga? Is it resistance training? Personal training? Is it stretching? Is it graceful and controlled like ballet? Is it physical therapy? Yes, yes and more yes. The focus however is on continual movement from the core. It is a mindful, whole body experience that balances every cell in your being! It cleanses your soul and revitalizes your body, mind, and spirit. The very mobilization of your Lesly Levy By Lesly Levy

  • Congrats, You're a Pilates Teacher! Now What? Congrats, You're a Pilates Teacher! Now What?
    You put in all the apprentice hours at the studio. You studied, worked out every day, and taught friends, family, and complete strangers for next to nothing. You were tested, evaluated, questioned, and tested again. Now, finally, you have your teaching certificate and your long journey is over. Or is it? To keep yourself sane during this exciting transition to full-fledged teacher, here are some things to remember as you venture into the pilates world: 1.Keep the Manual Handy! What? A Bonnie Grove By Bonnie Grove

  • Q & A with Cheryl Turnquist Q & A with Cheryl Turnquist
    What do you remember about the first time you tried Pilates? It was in 1999 in the basement of someone's house where she had 2 reformers, one tower, and a chair. There were only 3 Pilates instructors at the time in Rhode Island, and it was hard to get sessions with any of them. It was a very strange experience for sure and we left asking each other... what was that? What is this all about? And when can we go back for more? What is a misconception about Pilates you want to clarify? Cheryl Turnquist By Cheryl Turnquist





920 3RD AVE, 6TH FL. NYC 10022
1.212.627.5695
INFO@POWERPILATES.COM