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Moving Reformers: Tips for protecting your equipment
Best practices for moving your Reformers safely and effectively
Sport Training Tips for Active Aging
The old saying ‘a body in motion stays in motion’ couldn’t be truer when it comes to the aging population
Spot the Difference: Breaststroke Prep
How well do you know Breaststroke Prep? Take a look as Lead Instructor Trainer Rie Sakamoto demonstrates the position and find out.
Travel Series: On the Road
Ease on down the road with these exercises to help loosen up the body on long car drives.
How to Train Elite Athletes with Pilates
Points to consider when working with someone who makes a living from being in top condition.
5 Ways to Get Back in the Game
Finding the motivation to start and stick to a fitness program is a sore spot for many, but it doesn’t have to be
Which Athlete Has Inspired You?
We asked our Certified Instructors and Instructor Trainers which athlete has most inspired them. Here's what they had to say
STOTT PILATES® Instructor Spotlight: Jess Kirkham
As an Instructor, Jess calls on her years of experience in dance to inform her decisions for an unusual client list—the local pro rugby team
Travel Series: In the Air
A selection of exercises to get you through a long-haul flight.
STOTT PILATES® Instructor Spotlight: Julie Midgley
Julie Midgley is currently living the life of an in-demand STOTT PILATES® Instructor in the south of France. Here's how she did it
Size it Up: Choosing the Right Stability Ball™
What you need to know to choose the Ball that suits you best
Golf Conditioning: Torso Stability, Core, Spinal Rotation, Shoulders, Pecs, Wrists and Arms
Build up your powerhouse for a stronger swing, and lower score.