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6 Home Exercises For The Office Worker



Hours sitting at a desk can lead to fatigue of stabilising muscles, discomfort and compensatory postures. Common postural changes include a slumped posture, protracted scapula (shoulder blades), tight chest muscles, sore, stiff neck and stiff thoracic spine.

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Q and A Time With Claudia Green



Recently we had a little Q and A time with Claudia Green.  Claudia is a fabulous Pilates Instructor at Art Of Pilates in Neutral Bay and has been with the team for 16 months.  

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5 Pilates Exercises For Shoulder Strength



The structural design of the shoulder allows for a greater range of movement, though on the contrary requires more muscular stabilisation to support the structure during movement. 

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Choc Cookie Dough Chickpea Truffles


These tasty little morsels are a great option if you are feeling like something sweet.  Easy to make and easy to store with only a handful of ingredients! They simply taste like fudgy cookie dough truffles....and who doesn't want that?!

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How Can Pilates Help Your Feet?



Did you know the foot is made up of 26 bones, 33 joints and over one hundred muscles, ligaments and tendons? 

The ankle is composed of three joints.  The talocrural joint, the subtalar joint (also called talocalcaneal), and the inferior tibiofibular joint. 

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Pilates Conditioning For Running



Pilates is a great addition to any running regime, whether beginner or elite. Pelvic stability and correct balance of lower limb musculature will improve your stride and decrease your risk of injury. 

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Did You Know We Are Designed To Move In Many Planes Of Motion?




Our bodies are meant to move around three dimensionally and should be mobile and strong. However, most people often move in more of a one dimensional way. Did you know there are 3 different planes of movement? 

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Client Feedback - How Pilates Has Helped Tina


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Is Pilates Good For Rehabilitation?




Most people are familiar with Pilates.  It is still one of the fastest growing methods of exercise. Many people reap the benefits of more strength, length, tone. mobility and stability that Pilates provides.

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Why Is Pilates Great For Runners?





 

Pilates is a great addition for runners to help decrease their risk of injury and to improve their efficiency of running. Whilst running is predominantly cardio based, strength of the glutes and core are integral to support the pelvis and spine during locomotion. 

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