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Avoiding Caregiver Burnout Week on Conversations In Care Caregiving is a hard job. Physically demanding, mentally tasking, and emotionally draining.
Today host Tami Neumann tackles the subject of caregiver burnout and welcomes in conversation Katie Sannito.
Katie is a Pilates instructor and twice a week puts Tami through the paces of developing her core.
Pilates is a form of exercise, developed by Joseph Pilates, which emphasizes the balanced development of the body through core strength, flexibility and awareness.
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Today I will be interviewing Kathy Dickson owner of Sculpted Body Pilates. Her studio is one of two in the state of Georgia that use the revolutionary Megaformer invented by international fitness expert Sebastein Lagree it's design to strenghten tight and tone the whole body.Base on Pilates Principals but much more intense and dynamic,this total body workout intergrates key elements of resistance and counter resistance training in a sequence that allow for a period of zero gravity at perk muscle contraction slow and controlled maxuim exertion. But it is low impact making it easy on the joints.This 50 miunte workout will improve strength , flexabilty and and jump start your metabolism!
This week I interview Amahl Van Halsema, a master Pilates instructor. She explores how Pilates improves your body, helps rehab from injury, and gives you the body of your life! View her website at www.VHPilates.com.
In this episode:
Benefits of Pilates Reformer Vs. Mat Classes Pilates for Pregnancy and Postnatal Pilates for Multiple Sclerosis Pilates for Stenosis Pilates for Injury Rehab How Pilates compliments cross training and many sports - golf, equestrian, etc How Pilates benefits men
Amahl Van Halsema has been teaching Pilates for 25 years. She teaches a variety of clients ranging from ages 14 to 88. Her clients include athletes, equestrians, housewives, teenagers with scoliosis, clients with chronic autoimmune conditions, spinal stenosis, and multiple sclerosis. Many clients with orthopedic injuries are referred to her by physical therapists, as she works well when rehabing people from injury or disability. Teaching pre- and post-natal moms is special for her, since she gets to see the babies born so easily from their mothers’ Pilates-improved labor!
As a victim of two severe car crashes, she learned the marvelous value of Pilates during her recovery from multiple surgeries. She worked postoperatively with her physical therapists to incorporate Pilates into her rehabilitation. Her dramatic recoveries propelled her into further studies in anatomy and physical therapy. These studies greatly enriched her teaching and attracted many medical clients to her practice.
In addition to private sessions, she offers small group reformer classes at her studio in Santa Monica, Ca.
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Today we talk with Karina Hawley as she talks about her transition from dance to Pilates. Please join me in hearing how Katrina kept her passion for movement as a constant in her journey.
Katrina is a Certified Pilates Teacher by the Pilates Mehod Alliance. She is also a graduate of the Polestar Pilates Rehabilitation Program.
Katrina studied Somatic Movement approaches under Janis Pforsich, Aliza Shapiro, Charlotte Wile, Irene Dowd and Martha Eddy. From 2005-2010 Katrina was on the Board of Directors for the International Somatic Movement Education & Therapy Association (ISMETA) and now continues to be an ISMETA Registered Somatic Movement Educator (RSME). Katrina teaches Laban Movement Analysis and Pilates at the University of Hartford’s Hartt School in the Dance Division. Previously, Katrina was the co-director of HawleyMartin Dance (2001-2006) and she holds her Bachel
Cassey Ho is not just a Pilates Instructor she is THE POP Pilates instructor. She influences women all over the world to live a healthy lifestyle using her site Blogilates and her Youtube Channel. Cassey also designs her Ogorgeous gym bags and inspirational tanks. All of which are super cute. She talks about all of this and more. Also listen to find out how you could
Follow up case study on SI issues that covered common problems with working with SI treatment. Also, discussion on using the feet versus hand straps and the correct equipment set up of the ropes. Question answered about how to help clients improve their breathing in the Pilates studio versus physical therapy setting. Bone spur strategies for asymetrical versus symetrical work included.
This episode contains answers to questions about the Pilates Youth Program and how Pilates helps kids, how Pilates is helpful during labor and delivery and Katrina's personal favorite exercises during pregnancy and how to work with clients with multiple back conditions (example: spondy and osteo).
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