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EDEN PILATES®, Toronto
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Eden Pilates is evolving!  It is with great excitment that we announce that Eden Pilates (the physical location) with become Body Mason on September 2, 2015 (www.bodymason.ca).

Eden Pilates will evolve into a mobile digital brand.  Please read our story! 

#pilates  #toronto #smallbusiness  
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Pilates is a full body exercise and rebalancing technique http://buff.ly/1IKwR0y
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"It is the combo action of the pelvic floor and transversus that work to shrink your waistline and flatten your stomach because they contract inward when used properly. " http://buff.ly/1OIC7U6 #pilates #core #fitnesstips
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NEW? START HERE! 2 ways to begin: intro private or intro group you choose! #startnow #begin #new http://buff.ly/1Dk6Ql2
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"Performing the exercise with good alignment helps to ensure the right muscles are working and that those muscles are working as effectively as possible. " #core #pilates #workit http://buff.ly/1DQ421p

#pilates #fitnesstips #corestrength
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"Effective core work comes down to the specifics of how you are performing the exercise more than the exercise itself"
Blog | Eden Pilates
Blog | Eden Pilates
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What Really Happens to your Pelvic Floor in Pregnancy and Post Partum?
Free workshop with Anita Vandenberg, Pelvic Health Physiotherapist May 2 ... 1-230pm!
#pilates #yoga #pregnancy #core #flatabs
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What is Pilates and Why Should I Be Doing It?
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New spring schedule starting April 7th. New times new class options!
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+Anatomy Trains​ CEC workshop "Anatomy Trains for Movement Professionals" coming up in May!

http://edenpilates.com/classes-and-sessions/teacher-training/
Emotions are Stored in Your Posture
I find all of this so fascinating. It's the reason why I am hosting a specialist in +Anatomy Trains​ in to my studio in May (Anatomy Trains was created by Tom Myers the man continually quoted in this +IDEAfitness​ article shared by +The National Posture Institute​).

There is a lot to take away from this article but most significant for me is the studies that have been done that are proving how our past experience and our emotional outlook is stored in our soft tissue; that our fascia or "soft tissue matrix" is affected by our state of mind. It brings to light the importance of the connection of mind and body. And the necessary to work them as a single unit.

Sometimes as a private instructor I find that sessions often become more of a therapy talk session. I have left wondering if I was doing my job and keeping people on track. This article leaves me thinking that I'm doing exactly what I am supposed to be doing. That helping people talk through emotions is actually a link to working through physical limitations. And in fact that is exactly my job!

I love that in my industry there will always be more to learn. My husband is in technology. I will always look at studies on the human body as ever developing technology. We will never know it all.

#pilates #fascia #fitness #posture #health #anatomytrains #psychology #technology #socialmedia #bigdata ;)
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