The Power of Pilates (and how you can use it to change your life)

Unlike many other forms of exercise, Pilates can be relaxing, quick, and bring fast results. Pilates is a unique type of exercise that is not only powerful, but can reshape your body, how you think, and your relationship with exercise. In this episode, Robin shares how Pilates has helped change her life and how you can use it to change yours. She discusses the various ways Pilates has shifted her day-to-day life off the mat and helped her to manage stress.

Join Robin in this episode to learn how you can see incredible results in a way that you can’t with anything else and how you can use Pilates to restore and maintain physical and mental health. 

Show highlights: what you can look forward to in this episode!

  • The ripple effect Pilates has off the mat into day-to-day life  
  • When Robin first discovered Pilates 
  • How quickly Robin saw results and how Pilates changed her life  
  • Pilates helps reshape and build muscles quickly 
  • What Pilates does to improves energy and boost mood
  • A brief history of Pilates 
  • Pilates helps to counteract the stress of daily life 
  • Why Robin’s passionate about bringing Pilates to everyone 
  • How Pilates can change your relationship with exercise 

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  1. anjafit 11 months ago

    Hi, love your post! I have been doing pilates for quite a while now and think it’s the funniest way of moving your body.

  2. Anita @Breville Juicer 11 months ago

    I am interested in Pilates but haven’t yet jumped in – I have done so many different things for fitness over the years – swimming, jogging, running, walking, aerobics, strength training, yoga, HIIT workouts etc. Your talk has got me all excited about Pilates and am eager to explore this.

  3. TeknoBH 11 months ago

    Thanks for information..

  4. Laurel Schultz 11 months ago

    Thanks for your honest genuine caring way 🌟😊

  5. Carol 11 months ago

    I am 61 years old. In january I list someone very close to me, and I have completely allowed myself to become terribly out of shape in every way. I have much pain, weight gain and it is becoming difficult to get moving. Watching some of these videos, I am afraid that I wont be able to do these things.

    • Hi Carol – thank you for your message. We’re so sorry to hear about your loss. Our workouts are designed for women of all levels, stages, and walks of life, and we encourage you to start right where you are, how you are. We’d love to invite you to join us. ❤️

  6. Michelle 10 months ago

    I have just finished the intro workout – more advanced than the first 3 free workouts ( 15 min/each) I think I was out of my comfort zone!! I am 65 and my normal aqua aerobics, chair yoga, and circuit training were closed since March. Having RA, it is tough to go w/o those workouts! So I’m hoping you offer some more intro type Pilates movement classes that will ease me back into movement again!

    • Great job getting it done, Michelle! Always feel free to modify based on your comfort level, and feel free to reach out at anytime if you ever would like specific workout recommendations! 👏❤️

    • Well done, Michelle! And thank you so much for your feedback. We’ve taken note, as we’re always looking for ways to continue to best serve our our community. In the meantime, we encourage you to always modify (or skip) certain exercises based on your needs and comfort level. 😊 Keep up the great work!

    • Hi Michelle! One option as you’re getting started is to follow the Monday/Wednesday/Friday workouts in your monthly Workout Calendar, as those are around 15 minutes. You may also enjoy the Sisterhood Starter Series and 21 Days of Pilates, which can be found in your Workout Library. 😊 (You can also filter the workouts by length!)

  7. Trusty Home Guide 8 months ago

    Great post! I enjoyed this, and I think you have some great advice that would be beneficial to my readers, so if you don’t mind, I’ll be linking to this article. I write articles on staying fit while staying home, dedicated to those whose office is in their home, and need tips to stay active and fit. In particular, I think that pilates would go hand in hand with some of the routines I recommend.

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