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INTRODUCING GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS®
Whether you are an athlete or someone who doesn’t exercise often but simply wants to move better, you can find success with the GYROKINESIS® Method, which works to create balance in the body through increased strength and flexibility, without compression or strain.
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Pilates is a conditioning program based upon balance of the whole body and whole person.
“I have loved how the Pilates trainers understand the different injuries or weaknesses that each client may have and trains us to strengthen these sites. The exercises concentrate on the overall body, rather than one particular area, the goal being to better integrate the overall function of the whole.”
-Cynthia Gissin | Pilates Client
“After trying traditional physical therapy many times over the years with minimal improvement, I have found the combination of Physical Therapy with Ruchi and Pilates with Lesley has been remarkable. Now that my PT is finished the regular practice of pilates has not only changed me for the better but also taught me how to manage the idiosyncrasies of my body now and for future. In addition, the environment is clean, the clients friendly and the teachers knowledgable and supportive.”
-Debra Meteney | Pilates + Physical Therapy Client
“I have been in your studio for over 10 years now. I can’t find the words to say how much it has kept me fit and able to enjoy life. I am 74 years old and looking forward to many more years working with you.”
– Jody Colby | Pilates Student
These words popped out of one of my favorite client’s mouths a few months ago, just before Christmas. It has stayed with me as that was the goal all along in opening up our studio 14 years ago.
The following is a guest post from Carolyn Johnston. Through her background as a dancer and performer, she discovered the Alexander Technique. We...
The following is a guest post from Carolyn Johnston, who I’ve known and had the pleasure of working with for several years. Through her background...