Keeping innovation at the heart of the Pilates method.
Joseph Pilates was a forward-thinking, creative man whose ideas were well ahead of their time. BASI continues the tradition of keeping innovation at the heart of the Pilates method by introducing new ways of analyzing the Pilates repertoire, as well as providing trend-setting educational resources that are in line with technological advancements.
Since its inception, BASI has been at the forefront of the industry with trailblazing approaches to the Pilates method and equipment. BASI’s founder, Rael Isacowitz, devised the game-changing BASI Block System, a systematic approach to organizing the Pilates repertoire. He also expanded on Joseph Pilates’s apparatus designs to create the unique F2 System.
In the wake of technological collaborations in Pilates education, BASI Interactive (formerly called Pilates Interactive) was born.
It gives users access to hundreds of videos that show each Pilates exercise taught, all from a web-based browser and accessible anywhere there is an internet connection.
BASI stays on the cutting edge of Pilates education, equipment, and innovation by constantly reviewing current practices and evaluating strategic ways of delivering Pilates resources and education inside and outside the studio.
The BASI Block System lies at the heart of the BASI Pilates methodology and is a specialized “filing” system for the hundreds of exercises in the Pilates repertoire.
BASI Interactive is a revolutionary, digital platform dedicated to online Pilates education and features an interactive video library of the entire Pilates repertoire, whenever you want it and wherever there is internet access.
Developed by Rael Isacowitz, the trailblazing F2 System is a true innovation for Pilates movement, offering unprecedented versatility and precision in spring angle and resistance settings.
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