Pilates focuses on creating stability and strength throughout the body. In order to achieve this, we don’t simply work on using the big muscles in the body. Instead, we use correct breathing and centre the body to give us greater control to develop the smaller muscles that are often forgotten about, with particular focus on the CORE.
Yoga postures (asanas) as we know them today are only one part of the traditional philosophy of Yoga. Yoga asanas aim to achieve balance in the body, not just physically but also between mind and body. Vinyasa Yoga is a flow style of yoga where each posture leads to the next, using the breath as a tool to aid movement.
The end result of a good Pilates and Yoga class is a stronger, more balanced and aligned body and mind.
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