1. From Procrastinator to Practitioner: 3 Things That Helped Me Stay Consistent with My Pilates Practice
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    From Procrastinator to Practitioner: 3 Things That Helped Me Stay Consistent with My Pilates Practice

    For years, I was one one of these people who liked to say: "I'm really into Pilates", followed by an unspoken "but ...". The "buts" were many: my practice was on-and-off at best, I often didn't find the time for it (having a full-time job and all), and I didn't feel I would ever be any good at it. So - what changed? (Hint: It's not the full-time job!)

  2. Happy Pride Month!
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    Happy Pride Month!

    While 2019 marks BASI's 30th Anniversary, it is also another major anniversary—50 years since the Stonewall riots in New York, one of the most significant events in the history of the gay liberation movement and the catalyst for annual pride marches worldwide.

  3. Interview with Ryan Kalish, Former Major League Baseball Player, Future BASI Instructor
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    Interview with Ryan Kalish, Former Major League Baseball Player, Future BASI Instructor

    Hi, my name is Ryan Kalish and I’m a former major league baseball player. I played professionally for 12 years and now after that career, I’m transferring to become a BASI Pilates instructor and I’m so excited about it.

  4. Interview with Veronika Reinert, our International Host Coordinator, about her recent ProBridge Program experience
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    Interview with Veronika Reinert, our International Host Coordinator, about her recent ProBridge Program experience

    How long have you been a Pilates instructor? I completed my first Pilates certification in 2007, so I'm at 11 years. What made you enroll in the ProBridge Program? When I was researching different comprehensive teacher training programs many years ago, BASI was on my radar as a program I would be interested in going through. At the time, however, circumstances and timing steered me towards a different teacher training program...

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