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Traditional STOTT PILATES® Exercises to Start Your Home Practice: Arms Pulling Straps / Triceps–Long Box
Strengthen the arms and triceps with this Reformer exercise from the STOTT PILATES® repertoire
Third Party Accreditation: What you need to know
Recognition from third-party industry bodies is an important way of establishing a trustworthy brand and solidifying a position in an industry.
Studio Spotlight: Real Pilates (Dubai)
At first Reza thought his lack of Pilates experience—he isn’t an Instructor—would be a detriment in opening a studio, but he soon found his entrepreneurial background was a huge plus.
Traditional STOTT PILATES® Exercises to Start Your Home Practice: Footwork—Heels on the Bar
Join Merrithew Master Instructor Trainer Laureen Dubeau as she demonstrates Footwork – Heels on the Bar, an excellent addition to a home STOTT PILATES® practice
Ask the Expert: Improving a Tennis Game
What STOTT PILATES exercises can improve and sharpen a client's tennis game? Read on to find out more
Calling All Personal Trainers: Enhance your Career with Mind-body Exercise
Investing in mind-body education has myriad benefits that can contribute to a better bottom line.
STOTT PILATES® for Active Aging: Trap Strengthener with Roll Down Bar on the Cadillac
Help clients manage osteoporosis with this exercise from the STOTT PILATES® repertoire.
STOTT PILATES® for Active Aging: Standing Leg Press on Cadillac
Help build strength in the glutes and legs with this effective exercise.
Studio Spotlight: Orange Room (Shanghai, China)
Anita Tang and Patricia Liao co-own the Orange Room, a Pilates and yoga studio in Shanghai that became the first hosting site for Merrithew™ in China in 2012. Find out how they did it.