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Fall In Love With Pilates


The weather in Colorado is getting colder, and it is the perfect time to try something new. Try a Pilates class to find out why so many people rave about its benefits. Pilates is a refreshing mind-body workout that develops a strong core, improves flexibility, creates an evenly conditioned body, improves sports performance and prevents injuries.

Why do we love Pilates? Pilates exercises are widely known to tone your body and improve your core strength. These aesthetic benefits are rewarding, but Pilates is also largely beneficial for your health. Pilates involves a series of movements and positions that help to improve your strength, flexibility and coordination. Pilates exercises focus on your abdominal, pelvic floor and back muscles, which are all vital to good posture, balance and strength. To that end, when you regularly practice Pilates, you can ease back and joint pain, improve bone density, prevents injuries, and boost your heart rate. These surprising benefits make Pilates an effective cross-training workout and the perfect change to your regular workout routine. Pilates exercises may look simple, but they require a lot of precision and control. There is a strong emphasis on technique.

Pilates exercises and classes are an exceptional tool whether you’re an athlete or you rarely exercise. The beauty of Pilates is its ability to transform your health without taking a toll on your body. You will engage your muscles in a strong, but gentle way.

Here is a summary of the many benefits of doing Pilates:

  • Stronger, More Sculpted Muscles

  • Reduce Back and Joint Pain

  • Relaxation

  • Improve Bone Density

  • Increase Control of your Breath

  • Improve Coordination

  • Increase Flexibility

  • Boost Joint Mobility

  • Improve your Balance

  • Prevent Injuries

  • Better Sense of Well-Being

Join a Pilates class or schedule a private session to learn how Pilates can help you. Are you new to Pilates and not sure where to start? Join one of our Fundamentals Classes, your first class is free at Bodhi Pilates. For more information, contact Bodhi Pilates at 303-597-8483 or mailto:info@bodhipilates.com.

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