Pilates October Newsletter
In This Newsletter:
SAVE over $100 on Your Pilates sessions!
We love to honor your dedication to health and fitness. To learn how you can save over $100 doing what you love, Pilates, ask one of our staff the next time you're in or contact us directly at email@example.com or at (310) 798-7600.
For Your Health: Why You May Not be Eating as Healthy as You Think
"Despite my healthy lifestyle, over the past several years, I've suffered from ailments such as poor digestion, candida, and anxiety attacks. I started working with a Pilates teacher and nutrition consultant Tracy Coe and I've gotten such good results that I wanted to share her unique approach to wellness with you. Click here to learn why you may not be eating as healthy as you think, how direct sunlight is your friend, and what simple things you can do today to improve your health."
Recently, I sat down with Shannon Hammer, health blogger and author of The Positive Portions Food & Fitness Journal. Shannon is one of the wonderful clients I've had the privilege of partnering with to guide her journey to eliminate ailments and LIVE a life that has balance, great energy, and positive moods even in times of stress. To receive additional recipes and wellness tips that can be applied to your daily lifestyle. Sign-up for Tracy's FREE Wellness blog.
Pilates Tip: The Forgotten Pilates Muscles
I've always said that my clients are my best teachers! As Pilates has wondrously become widespread, unfortunately sometimes the intricacies of the practice have been forgotten. As a result, some people even with the strongest and most toned abdominal muscles still experience chronic back pain. What has been the most consistent missing link? To find out what and how to correct…Click here!
In the Community: It's a Race for the Rescues
Saturday October 24, 2015 at the Pasadena Rose Bowl, The Rescue Train, a not for profit animal rescue program, is hosting their 10th Annual walk/run race to support the saving of an animal's life by benefiting animal welfare organizations!! The race is kid-friendly, dog-friendly and couch potato friendly! To register and donate, click here.