Spine Stretch Studio has been offering the same type of Pilates packages for many years. As you know, we currently have both a pre-enrollment and a drop-in class structure. In the pre-enrollment, you sign up for 8 Matwork Classes and/or 5 Reformer Classes and that becomes your set schedule. When life or vacations come up, we allow participants to make-up the missed class. As you can imagine, this happens more often than not! This in turn has a trickle down effect on classes being full and leaving clients who wish to do make-up classes in a bit of ...Read more
Your day: You wake up, quickly get in the shower, get your kids up and ready (if you have them), boot it downstairs whip up a smoothie, grab your coffee (don't forget that coffee!) and rush out the door. Lunch time comes on quickly, so you grab the healthiest thing you can (likely a salad, you're all about healthy choices...well done!) and continue on with your day. Before you know it you are sitting down that evening and enjoying your much deserved glass of wine and taking your first deep breath.
This day ...Read more
What is Fascia?
Fascia is the network of connective tissue that weaves through and surrounds every part of the body. When the fascial network is healthy, we move and feel our best. The problem comes when the fascia stiffens in response to mental, physical or emotional stress. When this happens we compromise the health and function of our tissues, leaving us feeling tight and misaligned.
What is Fascial Stretch Therapy?
Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST) is a unique, table-based assisted stretching technique that focuses on decompressing the joint ...Read more
What if I told you that there is a food that can help decrease wrinkles, improve joint stiffness, soothe your intestinal lining and help strengthen your nails and teeth? Enter collagen.
Listing the benefits of consuming collagen makes it seem like a miracle drug, but studies are confirming that this nutritional powerhouse can benefit almost every part of our body.
What is collagen?
Collagen makes up one-third of the protein found in the human body. It provides strength and structure to our bones, muscles, tendons and skin. It is made up of amino acids ...Read more