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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

News & Events

Besides Pilates, we have been jumping in the lake during the pandemic.  What have you been up to? Sarah Penton from CBC Radio asked to chat with us!

NEWS: https://www.cbc.ca/…/briti…/chilly-dippers-kelowna-1.5568988

RADIO:  Fast forward to 30:47 for the start of the interview. https://www.cbc.ca/…/15776430-a-group-of-women-braves-okana….

(Photo credits Alexis MacMillan)

In order to act in line with the recommendations set out by our Provincial Health Officer and the College of Physical Therapists of BC, all PHYSIOTHERAPY sessions at Complete Core Pilates have been cancelled for the month of April.  It is our hope that these actions will help to “flatten the curve” and reduce the spread of COVID-19. 

For any questions regarding physiotherapy sessions at Complete Core Pilates, please e-mail Jessica at: jessicad_physio@hotmail.com

For existing clients, please do not hesitate to e-mail Jessica if you have any questions regarding your current treatment and/or home exercises.

We will do our best to update you on the status of PHYSIOTHERAPY sessions at the studio.  We will be up and running again as soon as safely possible.  Stay happy & healthy!

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.