Posts Tagged ‘wellness’

Feb 19

A YOGI’S GUIDE TO STAYING ORGANIZED

Living in New York, just like living in many places, it is important to stay organized, and even more important to stay motivated to keep up with organizing time, life, and—well—all of our stuff. Here are the top 8 tips from our yoga instructors to keep...→ Read more

Jan 15

PREGNANT PILATES

When I got pregnant I didn’t want to do anything. I knew I couldn’t do the regular order, the traditional poses, so I was ready to skip it for the next 9 months. But I also heard about Diastasis...→ Read more

Sep 10

YOGA FOR RUNNERS: MUSCLES

Which Muscles Do Runners Use the Most? Runners put a lot of stress on certain muscle groups in the body, namely, the hamstrings, quads, and the hip flexors. This strain causes tightness...→ Read more

Jul 09

6 YOGI FRIENDLY PLACES TO EAT IN MIDTOWN

Ever feel like midtown is just too much? Don't worry we do too. That's why we've created this list of our favorite places to eat in Midtown. Because, hey→ Read more

Jun 05

7 Things Your Mother Never Told You About Pilates

Pilates. Pilates. Pilates. I do Pilates almost everyday. I’ve noticed such a change in myself from practicing, and the more I learn about Pilates the better it→ Read more

May 22

5 Poses Where Yoga Can Compliment Pilates

I’ve been teaching yoga and Pilates for a while now. In my yoga classes I often see my students zone out—it makes sense, I think a lot of people take a yoga class to take a break from thinking (which is important). Yet, I see too often my students stop→ Read more

Apr 30

Meet the Instructors: Leah Roth (Total Cardio)

Find out what inspires and motivates our favorite Total Cardio teacher-Leah.→ Read more

Apr 20

Meet the Instructors: Ekaterina Garzino

I try to make my classes challenging while at the same time fun. I like to make corrections and modifications with the idea that attention to alignment and safety will make the practice of yoga more beneficial and, in the end, more rewarding for→ Read more

Mar 18

STRUCTURE OF AB MUSCLES: HOW PILATES WORKS.

So often I hear, or say, in my Pilates classes some variation of engage your core! We’ve all heard this or similar phrases like, pull the belly in, navel to the spine. All these statements are underlining the importance of keeping our bellies engaged in the movement we are→ Read more