Call it inviting the chaos, or involuntary drama - Jenna explores the idea of how unnecessary stress can enter our lives when we sometimes don't even realize it. We then dive into a vibrant discussion with Lesley Logan on the unique and varied pathways of a Pilates career and the growing world of coaching in the industry. Exceedingly grateful for our sponsors: Pilates Anytime, Pilates Education Institute, and Keep Simple Design. References: Kristi Cooper's Blog Post, A Course In Miracles, Momastery Blog by Glennon Doyle Melton.
This week we explore how to take Pilates from being our clients' weekly "pit stop" to becoming their dedicated practice by upping the perceived value of the time spent in the studio. Jenna shares another original about "the client who got away," and we go deep into a hip hinge intervention with our guest Rebekah Rotstein. We'll learn about Buff Bones, building online content, transitioning your teaching to the next level and the future of research in the Pilates Industry. Sponsors: Pilates Anytime, Profitable Pilates, Keep Simple Design. References: Pilates Metrics, Pilates Love Movement, Buff Bones.
This week we hear about the phenomenon (that Jenna made up) called Identity Amnesia and a call to action for the #ihavesomethingtosay. The shout outs are flowing with love for Aligned For Life Pilates, Breathe Education and Katie Surridge. We also hear from a caller who is calling for all of us and how we can support her. Finally, we get down and dirty into some of the truths of owning a Pilates studio with Shawn Healey of Dragon Koi Consulting. References: Gabby Bernstein, Rob Bell. Sponsors: Pilates Anytime, Pilates Education Institute, McEntire Pilates.
It's our third season and we couldn't be more thrilled to kick it off with gratitude!! Jenna announces a special edition of The Pilates Love Movement, gives some much needed industry support shout outs and introduces listeners to an "unfiltered" Blossom Leilani Crawford. The duo talk about history, running studios, being mothers, major teaching fails and even how they had exercises named after them (thankfully, Jenna's didn't stick!) It's a great kick off to a great season! Referenced: The Hare with Amber Eyes by Edmund de Waal. Thanks to our sponsors: Pilates Anytime, Pilates Education Institute, McEntire Pilates.