- Yoga and Pilates: What’s the Difference?
- The Pilates ‘Spectrum’
- Why do you need breathwork in your life?
- 10 Replenishing Post-Workout Recipes in 10 Minutes
- How many times a week should you do Pilates?
- What makes us one of Adelaide’s best Pilates studios?
- Is Pilates Good For Men?
- Pregnancy & Pilates - Baby on Board + Body in Balance
- The Power of Clinical Pilates: Your Path to Recovery
Yoga and Pilates: What’s the Difference?
Our clients often ask us, “What’s the difference between Yoga and Pilates?”
There is some overlap between yoga and Pilates as the exercises, exercise intention and poses can be similar. Both focus on connecting the mind with the body, and are low intensity and low impact in contrast to many other types of exercises. However, there are some fundamental differences. Let us explain:
Yoga is an ancient practice from India that has become popular in the West, with a number of variations developed over the past several decades. Yoga builds strength and flexibility through holding and deepening poses while moving fluidly when changing them. However, all styles of yoga practice, from fast-paced vinyasa to calm, soothing styles like yin yoga, have the common goal of improving body awareness via deep breaths and movements. Yoga can have specific breathing techniques different to that from Pilates, despite both having a breath focus.
Protect brain function and help with mental health
Yoga has been known to support mental health and to have a positive impact in reducing stress as it focuses on the mind as well as the body. Yoga breathing techniques differ from other types of exercises in that it can help you build a better mind-body connection. Throughout the practice, it is essential to continuously concentrate on how the breath is being employed, helping you achieve a state of deep relaxation. Sending the breath to areas that may be tight or are holding stress can help to relax these specific muscle groups in your body.
A deep state of relaxation is only ever encouraged or achieved in yin, while in vinyasa, the body is constantly moving. Most modern yoga classes have a yang element along with a total focus on building heat in the body. It’s more meditative or rhythmic than deep relaxation except for restorative or yin.
Improves flexibility and balance
Whether you’ve developed a limited range of motion due to arthritis or you’re just not as limber as you used to be, yoga is great for regaining some flexibility. Yoga can also help to relax stiff hip muscles that contribute to poor joint alignment and muscular problems. It also addresses any imbalances, increasing your range of motion. Increased flexibility and balance improve physical performance when working out at the gym or playing sports with your mates.
Several studies have demonstrated that yoga positively affects cardiovascular risk factors, such as reducing blood pressure in hypertensive persons. Yoga also helps the body detect and regulate blood pressure imbalances. While not all yoga movements are aerobic in nature, some forms, such as Ashtanga yoga, can raise your heart rate and promote your cardiovascular health.
While yoga has been practised for thousands of years, Pilates is a relatively modern phenomenon.
In the 1920s, Joseph Pilates brought his method, originally called Contrology, to the world to help bedridden troops recover from World War I by strengthening, extending, and stabilising bodies. His first studio was opened in New York underneath the American Ballet Theatre which is why we can sometimes attribute dancing to Pilates.Pilates can be described as a set of movements repeated in a smooth sequence to build strength without overloading the joints. Romana Kryzanowska, a student of Joseph’s who eventually ran his studio, describes Pilates as stretching with strength and control.
Whilst yoga is a meditative and at times therapeutic practice, Pilates and the equipment are heavily used as a rehabilitation tool by physiotherapists and trusted and recommended by medical professionals.
Pilates has dedicated larger equipment
Whilst both yoga and Pilates include smaller props in a mat class (yoga utilising blocks and bolsters and Pilates using magic circles and chi balls for example), Pilates has multiple large equipment choices to accommodate for the needs of any client. These include trap tables (or cadillac), reformers, chairs, ladder barrels, spine correctors, the guillotine and pedi pole, to name a few. A classical Pilates studio will usually have different equipment than a contemporary studio setting. The classical repertoire (the exact movements Joseph created and developed) suits the classical equipment while the contemporary style suits the contemporary equipment. Our studio is contemporary however, there are a few classical studios in Adelaide – the ethos of having a range of equipment to cater for clients remains aligned between these two forms.
Build muscle strength
Pilates strengthens your entire body, not just your core! Due to the nature of slow and controlled movements involving multiple joints and movement directions, Pilates is a very accessible way of targeting all muscle groups (including the small stabilising muscles and the larger prime movers).
Due to the nature of the equipment (the springs, where the equipment moves in space and the exercise itself), the body is worked in both the concentric and eccentric phase; think fancy words to describe what the muscle does during a movement. This makes it a great tool to build and maintain muscle strength to help with the harder work in life and the gym.
Is for everyone
The concepts and benefits of Pilates apply to everyone, whether you are an older adult just beginning to exercise, a professional athlete, or somewhere in between. Because of its focus on overall strength, improved posture awareness, and the body-mind link, Pilates is approachable to anybody.
At Korpermotus, our Pilates training may be tailored to your specific fitness objectives owing to a variety of exercises and modifications. We can also modify workouts to make them appropriate for pregnant women.
Pilates is a low-impact exercise regimen that is gentle on the bones and joints. As a result, it might be an excellent workout option for people who cannot currently engage in high-impact workouts like running, explosive exercise or heavy weights.
Our Clinical Pilates classes are tailored to your specific needs and are ideal for people new to Pilates. With just 5 individuals per session, each client receives exercises that are targeted to their own goals and capabilities. Clinical Pilates is ideal for anybody – from a novice to an athlete, those wanting injury prevention, as well as pregnant women – we will work with you to suit your specific goals.
Our reformer classes are group classes only using the reformers and some small equipment. Whilst these sessions aren’t tailored, we adjust the load or layers of difficulty to match your fitness level. These classes are great if you prefer a group class mentality, need an all-over approach and don’t need to work around an injury/limitation.
Yoga and Pilates are both excellent forms of exercise for the mind and body. While one is not always superior to the other, it is important to understand your fitness objectives and which activity is ideal for achieving them.
The Pilates ‘Spectrum’
Have you ever wondered why Pilates is such a good workout? In today’s blogpost, we go through the different types of Pilates classes, the Pilates ‘spectrum’ and what type of class is suitable for where you are at with your levels of fitness.
The Pilates Method comprises a spectrum of movements and equipment to cater to all clients. Wherever you reside in your fitness/injury journey, we promise that being patient (as hard as that can be) is worth it! I’ll be explaining the different classes (such as mat and reformer Pilates classes) to help you gain a better understanding.
What do you mean by ‘Spectrum?’
Because of the overall method (including original Pilates movements through to physio-integrated repertoire), the movements together with variations in the practice, Pilates can cater to various pathologies and goals. With this in mind, the goal is to match your expectations with the requirements of your body.
Those who are injured, just come out of surgery, are new to Pilates, or are in the mid-late stage of pregnancy would be at one end of the spectrum. This is where the likes of a Diploma-qualified Pilates instructor or a Pilates-trained physio, chiro or other allied-health professionals would conduct the session. It’s not to say that these sessions won’t be challenging; it’s more about the suitability of the current pathological status to ensure an injury-free future or management plan. This may require what could be seen as ‘boring’ exercises, but we encourage you to keep asking questions if you feel unsure of the ‘why’s’, as these exercises are the ones you may need the most. You should be able to find classes or private sessions like these at dedicated equipment-based Pilates studios and physio/chiro/allied health clinics.
For those who have moved a lot or are only limited to ‘niggles’ here and there, small or large Pilates classes (of any kind) can challenge the body more, occur more often and can be more financially viable. These classes typically have layers of challenges and mobility work. In an ideal world, a few smaller classes or an introduction class will teach you the basics: better breathing habits, give you an understanding of pelvic-spine alignment, head and shoulder positioning and cues that you can relate to, to name a few! It sounds fussy, but constant consideration of these components (as well as a few other things!) is found in the underlying focus of Pilates.
Pilates is not a replacement for the gym
Please also note that Pilates isn’t a gym workout replacement – this isn’t to say that you won’t feel worked, but your expectations from Pilates shouldn’t be to sweat and frequently fatigue your body. If you want that feeling, I’d recommend adding Pilates as an accompaniment to other HIIT/strength classes to ensure your goals are met across the week.
You can find group Pilates classes at a Pilates studio, a physio practice, a Pilates franchise studio or a gym. These classes can be on the mat, reformer, chair, trap table or ladder barrel (plus other additions), depending on the studio/clinic. I recommend searching for Pilates-qualified instructors (rather than a quick weekend course) and assessing if a smaller (5-10) or larger (10-12+) class size is better suited to you to get the most value out of the method.
Types of classes
Regarding different class ‘types’, finding suitability may come down to your current injury or level of confidence rather than a mat or equipment class. That’s not to say you can’t attend one or the other; the studio in your area will be able to explain further their approach and what would be best suited initially.
These classes can be smaller or larger depending on the studio or the gym. Mat classes consist of exercises on the mat with small equipment and props for added challenge or support. Along with age and level-specific classes, it’s common to see pre and post-natal mat classes. You will usually see these classes at gyms, but please be mindful that these classes may not be ‘Pilates’ per se; if it’s just full of abdominal exercises, then you’re not getting the whole Pilates experience!
These classes are commonly held as a 1:1 up to a 5:1 client/instructor ratio, depending on the studio. The Pilates equipment allows for more challenge, support and mobility whilst also getting more specific with your injury or goal. Some equipment moves on a fixed line, while others move around. So, for building up shoulder strength after a rotator cuff injury, for example, we can challenge and support accordingly. The equipment consists of, but is not limited to: reformers, trapeze tables (or Cadillac), chairs, baby barrels and ladder barrels. Due to the nature of these classes, they are individually programmed rather than everyone doing the same movements at once.
When you hear someone say ‘I do Reformer Pilates’, this is it – but there isn’t such a thing as ‘Reformer Pilates’ in the sense that it’s another method. It’s just that the reformer is so versatile in its offerings that it makes for a great class. I recommend sticking to small class sizes to ensure you receive appropriate instruction and cueing to get the most out of the class. Depending on the studio, you may see beginner and intermediate classes. However, some studios also cater to all within one class and ensure a suitable spring setup. I recommend contacting the studio you’re interested in to confirm.
Joseph Pilates once said: “Concentrate on the correct movement each time you exercise, lest you do them improperly and thus lose all vital benefits.”
So, with that in mind, I hope that the explanation of the ‘spectrum’ of Pilates and the types of classes offered has enabled you to find the most suited class type for your current situation.
Owner; Körpermotus Pilates – Cross-pollinating movement forms to create better humans.
Why do you need breathwork in your life?
“Lazy breathing converts the lungs, literally and figuratively speaking, into a cemetery for the deposition of diseased, dying and dead germs.”
Why does it matter?
Elaborating on proper breathwork, Joseph Pilates also said: “As a heavy rainstorm freshens the water of a sluggish or stagnant stream, so does the Pilates method purify the bloodstream.”
From the teachings of Joseph Pilates, it is no secret that he constantly emphasised on the importance of purposeful breathwork. Focusing on the Pilates method of Contrology, purposeful breathwork requires an emphasis on conscious inhalation and exhalation with each movement. Deep breathing methods, according to Joseph Pilates, can help cleanse the body and promote well-being.
As we know, stale air accumulates over time, leaving less space for the diaphragm to flex and draw in new oxygen. Every inhalation and exhalation affects the volume of the lungs. This action modifies the posture of the thoracic spine, ribs, pelvis, shoulders, and intra-abdominal pressure. When you practice proper breathwork, you can help clear the lungs of accumulated stale air, raise oxygen levels, and re-establish the diaphragm’s role in assisting with breathing.
How does breathwork help?
Breathwork therapy comes in a variety of forms, but proper breathwork involves purposefully altering your breathing pattern in a systematic and conscious manner.
Proper breathing exercises have a lot of benefits. Amongst them are to enhance your mental, physical, and spiritual wellbeing. Pilates provides several breathing techniques that can help you relax more deeply, lower your blood pressure, and activate muscles that can help you stand up straighter.
Breathwork and Pilates
At Körpermotus, breathing completely with intention and focus is essential in our classes. With proper breathwork, you will relax your mind, reduce tension, and open the door to a more expansive, holistic experience. Working out with your breath also adds a natural rhythm to your movement, which improves the enjoyment and efficacy of your workout. We spend time on explaining breathing before beginning with exercises to start the application of these with other concepts. It can take some time to coordinate it all together, so it’s ok if it doesn’t all click together on day one.
Furthermore, practising proper breathwork will guide and power your movement while aiding in the lengthening and decompression of the spine.
Don’t forget to use it!
Now that you know how vital breathwork is, don’t forget to use it when you join us in one of our Clinical, Reformer or Motus classes! After all, breathwork is one of the most essential Pilates principles that were set out by Joseph Pilates in his teachings.
If you would like to know more about Pilates or have any questions, please call us on 0431 735 597 or drop an email at [email protected]
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10 Replenishing Post-Workout Recipes in 10 Minutes
Here at Körpermotus, we understand the power of a wholesome, nutritious meal. But do you sometimes feel like you just don’t have the time or energy to whip something up? Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered.
So let’s put those reformers aside for a little while and grab a skillet! Here are ten simple dishes that will not only nourish your body, but also invigorate and lift your spirits.
How many times a week should you do Pilates?
If you’re wondering how often you should be doing Pilates to achieve your goals and see some results, you’ve come to the right place. Let’s dive in!
What are the benefits?
First things first, Pilates is a great way to improve your flexibility, strengthen your muscles, and tone your body. It’s no wonder it’s becoming increasingly popular among people of all ages and fitness levels. And the best part? The more you practice, the more benefits you’ll see.
What is the optimum frequency?
So, how often should you be hitting our studio to get the most out of your workouts? Well, the answer is not that straightforward. It really depends on your fitness level, goals, and availability. A good place to start is to understand that with Pilates, it’s not about how much you do, but how well and often you do it. So, it’s important to challenge yourself consistently and gradually increase your workout intensity as per your capabilities to maximise your gains. To see real progress, we suggest practising Pilates at least 2 to 3 times per week. But if you’re serious about getting amazing results, then you’ll want to up the ante to 3 or 4 sessions weekly. Trust us; your body will appreciate the extra effort!
Consistency is key.
Keep in mind that consistency is key! It’s better to do a few Pilates sessions every week than to do a marathon session once in a while. True progress in fitness is not achieved overnight, but through consistent, dedicated practice. Consistency will help you develop good habits, improve your form, and build endurance. Plus, you’ll be more likely to enjoy the process and stick to your routine in the long run.
Turn up the intensity.
Another thing to consider is how challenging your workouts are. As you progress in your Pilates journey, you’ll want to increase the intensity and difficulty of your exercises to keep challenging your muscles. However, make sure you listen to your body and avoid over-training or pushing yourself too hard. So don’t hesitate to reach out and let us help you on your path to a healthier, stronger you! Please feel free to get in touch with one of our experienced instructors and we would be more than happy to help you plan your journey.
Don’t forget to have fun.
Lastly, don’t forget to have fun! Pilates is not only a great workout for your body but also for your mind. Take the time to enjoy the movements, focus on your breath, and connect with your body. You’ll be surprised how Pilates can help you feel more energised, centred, and confident.
So, there you have it! We hope we’ve helped you figure out how you can find your perfect Pilates schedule.
If you have any questions or want to book a Pilates session with us, feel free to contact our friendly team at körpermotus. Let’s get moving!
What makes us one of Adelaide’s best Pilates studios?
So, you’re on the hunt for the ultimate Pilates studio? From small class sizes to a wide variety of classes at different difficulty levels, there are certain key factors you need to keep in mind when choosing the right studio for you. And we understand that the right studio can make a world of difference in your Pilates journey whether you’re a seasoned pro or a complete newbie. That’s why today, we’re going to dig deep into what makes a Pilates studio stand out and why körpermotus has earned a reputation as one of the best in town.
Experience and Certifications: Instructors that Inspire and Guide
Not all Pilates instructors are created equal, which is why we place great importance on experience and certifications. At körpermotus Pilates, our instructors are highly trained, passionate, and dedicated to your well-being. We possess a wealth of experience and hold recognised certifications in Pilates instruction. With our expertise and enthusiasm, our instructors create a supportive and fun environment that inspires you to reach new heights in your sessions.
Diverse Class Offerings: Something for Everyone
When it comes to a top-rated Pilates studio, variety is the name of the game. At körpermotus, we’ve got you covered with a selection of classes that cater to all levels and goals. From Clinical Pilates to reformer classes, mat and equipment-based workouts to Pilates-inspired functional fitness – Motus, we’ve got something for everyone. With the option of group sessions or private lessons, you have the flexibility to explore different Pilates methods and customise your practice to perfectly fit your needs. But that’s not all. At our studio, we pride ourselves on offering small class sizes, ensuring a personalised experience where you will receive individual attention and support throughout your Pilates journey.
Varied Levels of Difficulties: Catering to all
At a good Pilates studio, you’ll find programs that cater to everyone, whether you’re just starting out or a Pilates pro. At körpermotus, our programs cater to individuals at all levels, and are personalised to meet your needs and fitness goals. We offer classes that progressively challenge you, allowing you to grow and improve your Pilates practice over time. We’re all about quality and personalized service, empowering you to create the Pilates journey that suits you best.
Reputation: A Legacy of Trust and Results
When choosing a Pilates studio that suits your preferences, reputation is super important. At körpermotus Pilates, we have established a great reputation over the years. It brings us immense joy to witness the loyalty of our clients who not only continue to return to our studio but also enthusiastically introduce their friends to our studio.
Facilities: Where Fitness Meets State-of-the-art Equipment
At körpermotus Pilates, we understand the significance of top-notch equipment in maximising your Pilates experience. That’s why we use only the highest quality equipment, including our state-of-the-art reformer machines. Plus, our studio also undergoes meticulous cleaning and sanitisation regularly. We firmly believe that well-maintained equipment and a clean environment are crucial to your Pilates journey.
We want to give a big shoutout to the awesome folks at Adelaide Examiner for giving körpermotus a fantastic nod as one of the 8 top-rated Pilates studios in Adelaide. We’re beyond thrilled to receive this recognition, and it only fuels our passion for delivering incredible Pilates experiences to all our awesome clients. So, if you’re ready to kickstart an amazing fitness journey, come on board and experience the körpermotus difference.
See you in the studio!
Is Pilates Good For Men?
So, you think Pilates is just for the ladies?
Think again! As a matter of fact, top athletes like LeBron James and Tiger Woods have embraced Pilates as their secret ingredient to enhance their performance. Integrating Pilates into your workout routine can provide that extra boost you’re looking for. Beyond the aesthetics, Pilates offers incredible functional fitness advantages such as strengthening smaller muscle groups to prevent injuries and improving overall range of motion. After all, it was developed by a man named Joseph Pilates during World War I to aid in the rehabilitation of injured soldiers.
Without further ado, let’s delve into the additional benefits that make Pilates a perfect fit for you.
Benefits of Pilates for Men
Enhance athletic performance
Pilates complements other physical activities by improving strength, flexibility, and coordination, contributing to better overall athletic performance.
Injury prevention and rehabilitation
Pilates exercises focus on balanced muscle development, which can help prevent injuries and aid in the recovery process.
Men often face postural challenges due to sedentary lifestyles or repetitive movements. Pilates helps correct imbalances, leading to improved posture and reduced discomfort.
Pilates provides an opportunity to disconnect from daily stressors, fostering relaxation and mental clarity.
Strengthening from the core
Pilates is renowned for its ability to develop core strength, a crucial foundation for stability, posture, and overall functional fitness. Men who practice Pilates experience improved strength, balance, and control in their movements.
Ready to give Pilates a shot? We’d love to tell you all about it! Swing by our awesome “About us” page to get the lowdown on who we are and what we’re about. And hey, don’t forget to explore the wide variety of classes we offer.
Have any burning questions? Shoot us an email at [email protected] or give us a ring at 0431 735 597. We’re here to help, so don’t hesitate to reach out. Let’s make your Pilates experience truly awesome!
Pregnancy & Pilates - Baby on Board + Body in Balance
Hey there, lovely mamas-to-be!
Blossoming with a baby bump? Congratulations! 🌸 If you’re on the lookout for the perfect exercise to accompany you during this beautiful journey, allow us to tell you why Pilates should be top on your pregnancy workout wishlist!
Why Pilates is Your Pregnancy Bestie
Gentle & Effective: Pilates is known for its low-impact exercises, making it an ideal choice for expecting mothers. No jarring, no jerks, just smooth movements.
Strengthen That Core: The core exercises for pregnancy offered in our Pregnancy Pilates sessions provide strength and support to your growing belly. Plus, those ab exercises for pregnancy? Absolutely safe and super effective!
Pelvic Powerhouse: Pilates is the champion when it comes to pelvic floor exercises. Specially tailored for women, these exercises prepare your body for labour and offer tremendous support to your baby and internal organs.
Alleviate Back Pain: Pregnancy often brings along some aches, particularly in the back. But guess what? Our Pilates routines offer brilliant back pain relief. In fact, many of our clients swear by Pilates for lower back pain relief.
Stay Energised & Fit: Pregnancy workouts, particularly in Pilates, ensure you’re staying active, fit and feel more energised. Wave goodbye to fatigue and feel invigorated after each session!
körpermotus: Your Go-To Place for Pregnancy Workouts
At körpermotus, we offer our 5:1 clinical classes which allows us to cater for your pregnancy changes during and post-pregnancy. And if you’d prefer something more private, we also have 1:1 sessions available.
Our expert trainers ensure you get a workout tailored to your unique needs during each trimester. And if you’re soon moving into the postnatal phase, the postnatal Pilates benefits we offer are abundant, aiding in faster recovery and strength building.
Ready to Start?
Are you excited to embark on this Pilates journey during your special phase of life? We’re thrilled to be part of it! Click here to sign up for a class with us or just drop us an email at [email protected] to find out more about how we can help you. Let’s glow and grow together!
The Power of Clinical Pilates: Your Path to Recovery
Ever experienced that niggling pain in your back that just doesn’t seem to go away? Or perhaps a lingering injury that’s holding you back? Enter the world of Clinical Pilates – a godsend for those in search of healing, strength, and all-around rejuvenation.
At körpermotus, we believe that recovering from an injury doesn’t just have to be about the physical but also about community, understanding, and the power of tailored movement. So let us get down to why you should choose clinical Pilates for injury recovery.
- Back to Basics: If you’re searching for back pain relief or, specifically, lower back pain relief, you’re in luck. Clinical Pilates, especially at körpermotus, specialises in offering exercises that target and alleviate persistent backaches.
- Rehabilitation Revolution: Our Pilates rehabilitation exercises are meticulously crafted. We combine the science of physical therapy with Pilates, ensuring a holistic approach to healing.
- Techniques That Target: Our injury-focused Pilates techniques aim directly at the root of the problem, ensuring not just temporary relief, but long-term recovery.
- Strength and Resilience: Strengthening after an injury with Pilates is the best gift you can give to your body. It’s not just about healing but rebuilding, stronger and more resilient than before.
- Joint Health and Happiness: Our routines include Pilates exercises for joint health, ensuring fluid movement and decreased pain.
Recovery is more than just physical; it’s emotional and communal. At körpermotus, we provide a personalised Pilates injury recovery plan, ensuring every twist, stretch, and flex is aligned with what your body truly needs.
Our Clinical Pilates sessions are a tailored solution for your unique needs and we also highly recommend it for people who are new to Pilates. With a limited class size of just five, we ensure that every client receives individual attention with exercises that align with their specific goals, needs, and capabilities. Whether you’re a newbie, an athlete, expecting a baby, or aiming to prevent injuries and maintain fitness, we’re here to ensure you’re well taken care of and your objectives are achieved.
Be part of our close-knit community, passionate about Pilates, and embark on a transformative journey of healing. Click here to sign up for a clinical Pilates class or drop us an email at [email protected] to inquire. We’re ready when you are!