Maintaing the Integrity and Spirit of Pilates by Amy Taylor Alpers

Romana Kryzanowska (1923 – 2013)
Maintaining the Integrity and Spirit of Pilates
by Amy Taylor Alpers, Mar 29th 2017

Romana Kryzanowska loved life, and she lived a full, rich, colorful, satisfying, adventurous one, always surrounded by family, friends and students. She was part “American Annie Oakley”, part “Russian prima ballerina”, part “Peruvian shepherdess”, and part “elegant European grande dame” –

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Joe’s Scribe

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Hello,

I’m not going to tell you who I am, because that might burst the bubble of fun that I hope this turns into!

From now on, each month you’ll find an article, by me, in honour of Joe, Clara and their amazing legacy: Pilates.

I will reveal that I’m a graduate of The Pilates Center,

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Returning to Life through Pilates: Part One

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PART ONE

A few years ago, I was frustrated, in pain, annoyed at the world and constantly ill. I had anxiety every day and barely slept. Breathing was something other people did – I didn’t have time to, and eating was a “grab whatever’s quickest and taste none of it” experience. I lived in London and blamed public transport, my job,

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