Today, we’re featuring one of our very own team members Reilly, and her health journey with Rheumatoid Arthritis. She has been gracious enough to share her story, so we truly hope you enjoy what she has to say!Read More
We started off in a small house at 6th and Ontario and moved to our beautiful Odlum Drive studio here in 2013….Read More
Did you know…
There are no bony attachments connecting our shoulder blades to the back of our body. The only skeletal connection between our shoulders and the rest of our body is in where the shoulder and clavicle meet, forming the AC joint. Essentially, muscles are responsible for keeping the shoulder stable and supported, making it the most mobile joint in the body,
and also the one most susceptible to injuries.
Fascia is an all-encompassing system which Victoria Pilates, defines as “an elastic connective tissue that runs throughout [the] entire body” and is made up of a “dense web of fibres.” One way to think of it, is that it is like the casing that encapsulates a sausage, or the white layer of skin beneath the exterior layer of skin on an orange or grapefruit.Read More