“Reserving judgements is a matter of infinite hope.” ― F. Scott Fitzgerald It has been a whirlwind 5 months since I started my Classical bridging course with http://www.pilatesnation.co.uk/ .Did I expect the long hours, frustrated practice and shear exhaustion?, yes. Did I expect to…

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“The Cosmos is all that is or was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplation’s of the Cosmos stir us — there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling…

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2013 is almost done….on the one hand its been the most amazing year, on the other hand that darn learning curve took itself off its own graph and was last seen heading towards Saturn. As a general rule I’m an…

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It’s an underpass, covered in Graffiti, the kind found in a lot of Italy, bold, aggressive. A little look closer however, and you realise it’s actually artwork, images and words I’m sure the local community understand much better than me,…

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Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take but by the moments that take our breath away. –Hilary Cooper…. Since the age of 13 and my first Tap class I have loved to move. My mother says…

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  Since starting the course I’ve had the joy of working along side some new trainee teachers and be trained by some truly passionate and gifted ones. The generosity of individuals to preserve and keep alive our great technique is…

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This post was originally meant to be about my recent New York Pilates exploits, nothing much about my Pilates Holidays in Italy. It’s about going to Barre Classes expecting to exercise like a swan and instead doing butt busting plies…

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Sometimes our past experiences catch up with us, sometimes they open up old wounds and sometimes they bring great joy, oftentimes they leave us with more questions than answers. But the one thing that’s guaranteed is that life’s experiences will…

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If you knew the plane was going to crash would you still get on it?…. Ok so I admit it, I’m being a little provocative here, the answer is of course No. The original question a friend actually asked me…

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