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As a private student, I found Kyla to have an excellent eye for body alignment and individual differences - she can see what each person needs and fine tunes her instruction so that her students get the most out of each exercise and every class. Her instruction is outstanding. My classes with Kyla were excellent value and a high point in my week! 

- Kathy Elliot

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YOUTH PILATES for ATHLETES:

  • -6 week term on REFORMERS
  • -SEPT 19th-OCT 24th
  • -WED's 6:15PM
  • -$108

 

 

WHY:  Pilates is based on core stability, strengthening and lengthening muscles.  It adds that extra understanding of body awareness to your athlete.  Which translates to injury prevention and all around strength, in particular for those athletes that have overuse injuries.  It develops strength beyond their sport.  For those figure skaters out there, Tessa Virtue is a HUGE fan of PILATES in her training regimen.  

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KIDS: Thursdays 2:45pm Sept 27th-Nov 29th 

  • 12 weeks 
  • $126
  • 9-12yr olds
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KIDS: FRIDAY 4:10pm  Sept 28th-Nov 30th  

  • 12 weeks 
  • $126
  • 9-12 yr olds

 

TEEN:  FRIDAY 5:15pm Sept 28th-Nov 30th

  • 12 weeks 
  • $180
  • 13-15 yr olds
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  •                                       TO REGISTER: email completecoreme.com with child's first & last name!
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Training Tips

Training Tip #1

The body ALWAYS adapts to EACTLY what it does. Take home message, if you want results, you must train and move with precision. Throughout all your daily activities, not just exercise! How are you sitting right now at your computer?

Featured Exercise

Thoracic Rotation: “the Twist”

I love this particular twist when I am spending my day typing and writing. It helps wring out tension in the back, neck, and shoulders. 

It takes less than 2 minutes. 

Here's how:

  1. Sit tall, feet firmly planted, sitting bones equally positioned on the chair.
  2. Place your right hand on your left knee and your left hand behind you on your chair seat.
  3. Inhale, and as you exhale, twist to your left. Be easy – don't go to your maximum.
  4. Take two more breaths and then switch direction.
  5. Be sure you can breathe easy and your jaw is relaxed.