The Value of Investing in Yourself

We all need community to support, encourage, and uplift us to be the healthiest versions of ourselves. In today’s episode, Robin shares the positive impact The Balanced Life Sisterhood community has created, as well as features from 5 Sisterhood members. 

These members share what drew them into The Balanced Life Sisterhood, how Pilates has helped them become the best version of themselves, and the reasons they keep coming back and rolling out their mats every day. Join Robin and The Sisterhood in this encouraging and insightful episode.

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

  • How The Balanced Life Sisterhood has created a positive community for women 
  • Robin shares why she invited Sisterhood members to share their journey 
  • Cynthia shares what inspired her to join the Sisterhood and what keeps her motivated 
  • Erin discusses how the Sisterhood has improved her mindset, physical strength, and self-care 
  • Jil reveals the positive changes she’s seen in her life from joining the Sisterhood 
  • Lara shares how Pilates has healed her body and helped her manage life changes 
  • Melissa discusses how shifts in her life led her to Pilates and how it improved her relationship with her body
  • Joining the Sisterhood is an investment we make in ourselves.

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6 Comments
  1. writemyessays 1 year ago

    Investing in yourself and your development is the best way to increase your personal capital. Anything that develops professional or personal skills is worth wasting time, money and resources. Investments in education usually fight back faster than others, since they are directly related to an increase in professional and social status.

  2. Gustavo Voltmann 1 year ago

    Great Article!

  3. Ecaterina 1 year ago

    Wonderful! motivating to play sports in nature.

  4. Keshav 1 year ago

    Thanks for this wonderful blog.
    I also believe that you need to invest in yourself if you want to grow and become a better version of yourself.

  5. Hilary Keegan 7 months ago

    I’ve just been diagnosed with epilepsy. I’m used to going in the gym about 4 mornings a week. At the moment I’m stuck at home most days. How can you help me to get back into gentle exercise.

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      Jen McManaman 7 months ago

      Hi Hilary – We’re sorry to hear you have been diagnosed with epilepsy, but glad you’re still wanting to exercise and take care of your body! ?

      Unfortunately, we are unable to provide individualized recommendations regarding medical conditions. We know that every body is different and every situation is unique, so it is hard to give proper advice through email. We recommend speaking with your doctor and/or physical therapist to determine which exercises are safe and recommended for you based on your individual needs. As you follow the advice of your medical professional, here are a few workouts you may want to try first:
      Gentle Morning Pilates Routine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wiYwVg8wsyI&t=6s
      Relaxing Pilates Stretching Routine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhGdVkR2R3c
      5 Minute Arm Toning Workout: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TMB2JPyaMQ

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