Since I recently dislocated my patella, I thought I would share an article I just received from the American Council on Exercise late this week. And, for those who sneak vegetables into their kids' diets, a little pat on the back! I hope you enjoy, and have a marvelous Sunday!
Yesterday, after my "lengthening and strengthening" class--20 minutes core, 40 minutes stretching--a new student came up to me. She explained that she suffered from anxiety and my class was the first time she had actually been able to relax and destress. Needless to say, I was thrilled. Destressing is what I designed the class for. … Continue reading The Mind-Body Connection
I had another conversation with a really nice lady who comes to my class about trying to lose the pudge that seems to creep upon you when you reach the far side of 35+ years of age. (She admitted that she was closer to 50, and she looks great for that age.) She brought up … Continue reading Do Your Research
With the Lenten Church Season fast approaching, I've had several people ask me how they can observe their religious customs without giving into the discomforts associated with them, usually translated, "I'm always hungry!" There are some who cannot maintain their commitments, while others go overboard during a fast. The question I often get is how … Continue reading Healthy Helpful Tips For Religious Fasting
Most of this is from a previous post that I have since deleted, not for any other reason than it simply would not transfer. I hope you have a wonderful weekend. If you haven't tried Pilates, get into a mat class! It's the best way to begin learning how to strengthen your core and develop … Continue reading A Bit On J. Pilates and Why I Love Mind-Body Exercise