unleash your inner animal with pilates & natural animal movements

March 8, 2014

Yogalife Middle East joined Walid Tebarki, one of our Pilates instructors at The Hundred Pilates Studio, to discover the natural range of motion, biomechanics and fluid poses that we go through in a Pilates class which resembles very much to Yoga poses and the natural movements of animals.We know that many of Joseph Pilates moves were inspired by the form and movement of animals. He frequented zoos, and encouraged students to watch the way animals move. Some Pilates exercises, like seal, swan, and crab are named for animals.  Here is what Yogalife have discovered with us.

 

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YOGALIFE ME MAGAZINE, MARCH 2014 , PG1

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YOGALIFE ME MAGAZINE, MARCH 2014 , PG2

 

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YOGALIFE ME MAGAZINE, MARCH 2014 , PG3

“… true rhythm and control is observed both in domestic pets and wild animals – without exception.” Joseph Pilates

Pick up the March 2014 issue of Yogalife Middle East Magazine to read this coverage in fine print!
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