1. Teaching Tips #1: Your Voice
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    Teaching Tips #1: Your Voice

    Your voice is the music to a Pilates class. How you use it sets the tone, marks the mood and provides the rhythm to the class and it is often the primary factor that determines if you keep your clients engaged and motivated . . . After many years of evaluating students’ teaching, the one aspect of teaching Pilates that makes me sit up and get excited is when . . .

  2. 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.

  3. For the Love of Pilates - Thank you!
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    For the Love of Pilates - Thank you!

    When you hear the word symposium or conference, the normal inclination is to dread the long periods of sitting and visualising death by power-point. This event was different – very different. “The BASI family”, a term we often refer to, to express how supportive and close-knitted we all are although scattered all over the world. This Symposium was indeed like a reunion of brothers and sisters.

  4. A Country Divided, A Community Divided
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    A Country Divided, A Community Divided

    Whatever side of the political spectrum you sit, no one can deny the “tribalism” that exists in America today. We have been forced to take sides and have been driven to the extremes of those sides. It is with sadness that I observe that the Pilates community is a microcosm of the tribalism we see in politics.

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