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Fascial Movement Series: How Fascial Movement complements STOTT PILATES® Programming
Adding Merrithew™ Fascial Movement Training to your toolkit can greatly complement your STOTT PILATES® programming
Ask the Expert: What are my options for post-certification professional development?
With a choice of over 150 workshops for continuing education with Merrithew, here are some ways to support your professional development in Mindful Movement
Exercise of the Month: Bicycle on the Spine Corrector
Stabilize the lumbo-pelvic region against the long-lever movement of the legs with this exercise on the Spine Corrector
Recap of the UK Mindful Movement Symposium
In case you missed it, we’ve collected some of our favorite highlights from the Mindful Movement Symposium in the UK
5 Props Every Instructor Should Have
Check out our 5 favorite props that every instructor should have to offer an effective workout for varying fitness levels
5 Things We Learned from the ICAA Conference
Sharing some of the news and developments we’ve learned from the ICAA Conference
Ask the Expert: How do I stay active and healthy during the holiday season?
Our Merrithew Instructor Trainers share some fun ideas on what they do to stay healthy and active, while still enjoying the festive season
Exercise of the Month: Single Leg Twist with Halo®
Strengthen your core, obliques and stability of the shoulder girdle, as well as challenge rotation control of the pelvis with this challenging exercise on the Halo® Trainer
Therapeutic Pilates-based Exercise Progressions for Hyperkyphosis
Targeted spine-strengthening exercises and posture training are effective rehabilitation modalities for decreasing hyperkyphosis in older adults