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Many of us started our career in Pilates as a hobby or a side gig as we pursued our profession. Even my mom teased me about my Pilates career asking when I would have a "real job". And yet, Pilates has evolved into a full-time career for many of us, regardless of our position, be it independent contractors, studio owners or teacher trainers, to name a few of the many careers and hats we wear.
Maintaining the integrity of Joseph Pilates’ original body of work while meeting the needs of modern society can be a delicate balance. BASI Pilates Founder Rael Isacowitz shows you how to stay grounded in your roots—while keeping your more distant relatives well within reach.
If your sport involves a lot of intense twisting or abrupt changes of direction, then you may be at risk of getting sports hernia. Also known as athletic pubalgia, this extremely painful condition occurs when the soft tissue of the groin or lower abdomen tears during bouts of intense physical exertion. In some cases, rest, medication and rehabilitation are enough to fix the problem. Unfortunately, more serious cases usually require surgery. The good news, however, is that Pilates not only helps prevent the condition, but also helps patients recover from it faster.
*BASI Faculty Ashley Ritchie traveled from South Africa to teach Modules 5 & 6 of our Foundation Program and to present her popular certificate course Pilates Through Pregnancy and Beyond. While visiting BASI Headquarters She let our Instagram followers peek into her days, her journey and her thoughts.*
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