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Anatomy of the Apparatus

You can probably change the springs in your sleep, but have you ever thought about how and why the Reformer actually works? Before you crawl under the Cadillac from embarrassment, you’re not alone, says Regina Arras, a Pilates teacher and an aerospace engineer. But the bad news is that, if you don’t understand the mechanics […]

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Ask the Experts: The Secret to Speedy Results

Behold, the secret for speedy results in the studio.

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Dos and Don’ts of Baby Holding

by Christi Allen Franchini • edited by Amanda Altman Learning how to hold your baby and yourself is a crucial part of staying injury free and feeling good. Maintaining a strong center is the key to total-body stability; it’ll help you keep your legs under your body, support your arms and stand tall. Here’s what […]

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Lessons from a Teacher To Be

A Pilates apprentice spills the exercises that got her hooked on the method, plus how Pilates gave her the body she always wanted—inside and out.

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Ahead of the Curve

The key to staying energized isn’t a magic pill—it’s all in your posture. Just 10 minutes on the Ladder Barrel is all it takes to be a better mover, sitter and stander (and feel great!), no matter where your day may take you.

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