Are your feet feeling neglected and abused? Are your knees and hips aching from a sedentary lifestyle? Is your back yearning for better support and your shoulders craving mobility? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then our Sunday workshop series, “The Foot Bone’s Connected to the Knee Bone…” is here to help you restore balance and strength to your body. This Zoom series consists of four 3-hour workshops taught by experienced TPC teachers, and it’s your opportunity to dive deep into the world of Pilates to find healing and return vitality to your body.
Sunday Workshop Details:
Date: Four consecutive Sundays starting on October 22, 2023. Time: 9:00 a.m. – Noon MST Cost: $150 per workshop or $575 for all four.
This workshop series offers a unique progression through the body, starting with the feet and working its way up to the neck and head. By building up from the foundation to the upper extremities, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the body’s powerful and essential connectivity. Here’s a glimpse of what each workshop has to offer:
October 22, 2023 – “POOR FEET/: Return Them To Life!” with Rachel Taylor Segel
Our feet, often overlooked and mistreated, play a crucial role in our body’s overall well-being. Rachel Taylor Segel will guide you through Pilates exercises and philosophy to help you build strong, resilient feet that serve as reliable propellers, balancers, weight bearers, and shock absorbers. You’ll discover how Pilates exercises and apparatus can not only enhance your foot health but also improve your entire body’s strength and functionality.
October 29, 2023 – “The Knee Bone’s Connected to the Hip Bone” with Amy Taylor Alpers
Learn how the knee and hip are intricately connected, making them susceptible to injury and wear and tear due to our modern lifestyle. Amy Taylor Alpers will remind you of the natural design of these joints and show you how to live a stronger, more powerful life by understanding and promoting their health.
November 5, 2023 – “Let’s Get Your Back into it!” with Kelli Burkhalter Hutchins
Explore the importance of the back in supporting good abdominal strength. Kelli Burkhalter Hutchins will guide you through exercises that utilize your back and chest to enhance abdominal strength and improve breathing. Discover how a strong back can lead to better uniform development and overall strength.
November 12, 2023 – “Shoulder Junction: What’s Your Function?” with Kaile Ziemba
The shoulder joint, known as the most movable joint in the human body, often puzzles people with its mobility and stability requirements. Kaile Ziemba will help you understand how to achieve both stability and mobility in the shoulders, chest, and upper back through Pilates. Learn how these elements contribute to spine health and enjoy newfound confidence in your body’s capabilities.
Bonus Live Sunday Workshop:
If you’re in or near College Station, Texas, on November 5th, Kelli Burkhalter Hutchins will teach the “Let’s Get Your Back into it!” workshop in person. Live attendance options are available, so be sure to contact Kelli@thepilatescenter.com if you’re interested in attending.
Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your knowledge and experience the many ways in which Pilates can help organize and heal your body. By participating in this workshop series, you’ll be taking a profound step toward returning your body to life. Email Kelli@thepilatescenter.com or Pace@thepilatescenter.com to sign-up.
Space is limited, so be sure to reserve your spot for one or all of these empowering workshops. Join us on a journey to discover the secrets of the body’s connectivity and unlock your full potential through the art of Pilates.
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About The Pilates Center
The Pilates Center was founded in Boulder in 1990 by sisters Amy Taylor Alpers and Rachel Taylor Segel. The sisters trained under Romana Kryzanowska, Joseph Pilates’ protégé, and inheritor of his NYC studio. Amy and Rachel have worked to foster the legacy and tradition of the original, classical method of Pilates while also incorporating a humanistic approach to meet every individual’s needs. For over 30 years, they have made it their mission to heal the world by empowering people to transform their health and Return to Life through Pilates.