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Looking for a new routine to blast calories, or just a way to unwind and loosen up while strengthening your body? Try adding yoga or Pilates to your fitness routine. Read our yoga/Pilates expert blogs to learn how to correctly perform yoga positions or Pilates exercises, or learn how to stretch your body to prevent injury with any of our stretching blogs.

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Recent Yoga, Pilates, and Stretching Blogs
How Yoga Can Wreck Your BodyÖ
Posted @ 11:00am ET on January 6, 2012
Blog: The Dancing Yogini
By Erica Bornstein
.... is the title of a very popular New York Times article that went viral today and is causing much controversy in the yoga community as we speak. Check out the full article here: ...
Yoga in the New Year
Posted @ 6:00am ET on December 26, 2011
Blog: Peace, Love, Yoga
By Kate Lindberg
It's almost resolution time again! For many of us, the start of a new year means tweaking, upping, even (*gasp*) starting a workout routine. I cannot recommend enough that you consider making yoga a part of your life in 2012 Ė physical fitness is just one ...
Pilates: Good Pain vs Bad Pain
Posted @ 6:00am ET on December 12, 2011
Blog: Pilates with Hanneke Blog
By Pilates with Hanneke
I often find that people get very confused between what's a good burn as opposed to a bad pain. Knowing the difference is of the utmost importance to keep yourself safe, achieve your goals and keep you from injuring yourself. So exactly how can you tell ...
Achieving Peace of Mind in Gentle Asana
Posted @ 1:20am ET on November 22, 2011
Blog: Peace, Love, Yoga
By Kate Lindberg
Happy Thanksgiving yogis and yoginis! I thought Iíd share with you a little piece of yoga wisdom I picked up quite by accident this week. Enjoy your holidays! I have always been partial to active, physically demanding yoga classes. As a self-described ...
Shape the Perfect Bum & Rock Your Booty
Posted @ 6:00am ET on November 21, 2011
Blog: Pilates with Hanneke Blog
By Pilates with Hanneke
Challenge your Pilates Shoulder Bridge Exercise and shape your perfect booty! First watch the video here: More tips: You can choose to do this exercise with the balls or without. Adding the balls creates a more unstable platform and challenges ...
Good Pain vs. Bad Pain
Posted @ 6:00am ET on November 14, 2011
Blog: The Dancing Yogini
By Erica Bornstein
I have been faced with a lot of questions about pain. My yoga classes are typically pretty vigorous, and I tend to push my students to their edges. I believe that if you donít push through intensity, you will not get stronger. I have recently been nicknamed ...
Pilates: It's About Quality, Not Quantity
Posted @ 6:00am ET on October 24, 2011
Blog: Pilates with Hanneke Blog
By Pilates with Hanneke
Joseph Pilates was a man of many great quotes on health, fitness, and life in general. One of my favorites is one that I find most important when doing any form of exercise. "A few well-designed movements, properly performed in a balanced sequence, are ...
Understanding Pilates Terms: ZIP IT!
Posted @ 6:00am ET on October 17, 2011
Blog: Pilates with Hanneke Blog
By Pilates with Hanneke
"Zip your abs...", "pull in and up...." - you hear these phrases in almost every Pilates class you walk into, but what does it mean? I have many clients that come to me after class very confused about these cues. Are you one of them? Then read ...
Quick Yoga Breaks For Your Busy Schedule
Posted @ 6:00am ET on October 17, 2011
Blog: Peace, Love, Yoga
By Kate Lindberg
We've hit that point in the fall. Summer is beginning to feel like a distant memory, and Thanksgiving is still several weeks away. The semester is in full swing, and whether you're spending your days in a classroom or office, it's easy to feel buried. ...
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