CONTEMPORARY PILATES CLASSES IN VANCOUVER, BC
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Our Contemporary Pilates classes offer a wonderful way to exercise informally. They are great for all levels of fitness, from novice to advanced.
Pilates is a wonderful addition to any workout routine. It is low impact and works the whole body in a smooth, efficient manner that builds strength without bulk. However, it's not just about the physical benefits. Contemporary Pilates also serves as a wonderful way to gain mental focus and stability. It is perfect for people who want to relax tense muscles and release tension in the body.
Benefits Of Contemporary Pilates
There are many benefits to doing Contemporary Pilates regularly. Some of these include:
Strong abs, back and core muscles
A flatter stomach area
Higher muscle tone
Reduced stress levels
Better balance and flexibility
Higher confidence levels
With Dynamic Pilates training, your body will become strong and you will learn how to use your muscles correctly. You will also improve your sense of posture, which can lead to improved self-confidence and an increased feeling of well-being.
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Contemporary Pilates is a great way to move the body, tone up and create long lean muscles that look good both on the mat and off. They are also a fantastic way to relieve stress and improve focus.
If you live in or around Vancouver, British Columbia then our Contemporary Pilates classes are the perfect choice for you! Click "book now", or contact us today to reserve your spot in our next class!
WHAT IS CONTEMPORARY PILATES?
In order to explain what Contemporary Pilates is; we need to talk a little bit about Classical Pilates. Classical Pilates is a system created by Joseph H. Pilates and focuses on six main components: control, concentration, breathing, precision, flow and centre/core strength. Each of these elements is essential to the practice and ensures that the exercises you do will provide maximum benefits for your body.
While many people may think that Classical Pilates involves only mat work (working out on the floor), there are actually several other apparatus that can be used in training such as rings, weights and the magic circle (a large padded ring for stability).
Contemporary Pilates builds from Classical Pilates and integrates updated scientific knowledge of movement biomechanics. Contemporary Pilates focuses more on movement education rather than the classical order of exercises usually seen in Classical Pilates. It is also highly recommended to get an instructor's recommendation before using any kind of Pilates equipment or perform any difficult Pilates exercises. The best way to start in Pilates is with a class rather than at home or by yourself so that you get the proper guidance.
Contemporary Pilates classes offered at Dynamic Pilates in our Vancouver Studio are perfect for people who want to get toned and fit while still moving with precision and grace. Classes also help you develop strong mental habits that can improve focus and concentration both on your mat and off of it.