Energy Alignment Method

Monday, 24 October 2016 by

Last Friday, I went to Yvette Taylor’s The Energy Emergence Event in Birmingham. The event was about EAM. What is EAM? EAM is the Energy Alignment Method. Still no idea what I’m talking about? Let me start from the beginning. Let’s go back to March 2016. My boyfriend, as usual, was talking to me about Carl

Review from Fitness Blogger Sabi Phagura

Monday, 17 October 2016 by

This week instead of telling you how great Burlexercise is, I’m going to divert your attention to Sabi Phagura’s review of the class. She is a fitness blogger and travels all around the world to try exercise classes and write reviews. Click on the link below to read the review. http://www.fitlass.co.uk/blog/releasing-my-inner-showgirl-in-burlexercise/ In her review she

A Balancing Act: part 2

Monday, 26 September 2016 by

Last week I wrote about the importance of a healthy work-life balance. This week I have some tips for you getting a better balance in your life. So, what can we do to get more fun into our lives?   1: Schedule time for fun! Schedule time into your diary to have fun! Seems silly

A Balancing Act

Monday, 19 September 2016 by

Learning to have a good work and life balance is so important. We all know we have to work hard to progress in our careers, win contracts, meet targets and earn the income we require. At the same time we all have a life we want to live. You may have children to look after,

Candida Overgrowth & How It Affects You

Monday, 15 August 2016 by

Currently, I’m studying a nutrition course at the moment and I would like to share some of the interesting things I’ve learnt. This week I’d like to talk about Candida. Candida albicans is a yeast naturally found in the gut and is part of a balanced system that helps to digest food and keep you

Exercise of the Week: Side Lying Oyster

Thursday, 04 August 2016 by

This week we have the side lying Oyster move. Lying on our, head on our arm or on a block, hips stacked on top of each other, knees bent. Breathing in to prepare, and as we breathe out we are engaging core muscles and opening the top leg to the ceiling, making sure the hips

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The fifth and sixth in our principles is precision and flow. Precision follows on nicely from concentration as to get precise moves you must concentrate. This is one of the things that makes Pilates different from other exercises. The exercise might be the same as others but the way it is executed is different. Each instruction

Exercise of the Week: The Banana

Thursday, 21 July 2016 by

This week we have the Banana! This is similar to the Prone Superman and is a great progression. In the Prone Superman, we lifted single arm and opposite leg, in the Banana we lift both arms and both legs at the same time. Lying face down we breathe in to prepare, and as we breathe

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The fourth principle of Pilates is concentration. When we are doing a Pilates exercise it is essential we give our full attention (concentration) to the exercise. There are many things to think about when doing a Pilates exercise to perform the exercises as correctly as your body allows; breathing, engaging core muscles, engaging the other

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