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Teaching Tip 1 Tone of Voice

Posted in Articles / 11 April 2017
We all agree that effective cueing is integral to successful Pilates teaching. My concern very often is the how. How do we convey this information verbally to our clients for them to absorb it effectively and then to translate it into movement?

Treating depression using Pilates

Posted in Research Papers / 11 October 2016
Given the amount of research into physical ailments being successfully treated with Pilates this report focuses on mental disorders, more specifically depression being treated using Pilates.

Comprehensive Pilates Repetoire for Triathletes

Posted in Research Papers / 10 October 2016
It is Important to identify the muscles and structure which require strengthening and the way in which they will be acting when putting a training programme together. Pilates is a well suited form of core and strength training for triathletes.

The Effect of Pilates on the Turn of Speed of Underwater Hockey Players

Posted in Research Papers / 10 October 2016
In order to prove/disprove this theory, four of the world’s top female U/19 UWH Players will be timed doing the Buoy Triangle Technique1 (BTT) which has been specially designed to measure the Players agility and therefore their turn speed.

Improved Awareness of Body Alignment

Posted in Research Papers / 10 October 2016
How Pilates can improve ones awareness of body alignment and ultimately assisting the modern man in achieving not only physical health but mental health too.

Lumbo-Pelvic-Hip-Motor-Control-Dysfunction

Posted in Research Papers / 10 October 2016
LPHMCD can be defined as instability and loss of motor control in the lumbar spine, pelvis, hips and the sacroiliac joint. This can be due to multiple problems, including malalignment of the body’s structural system and underactive muscles.

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