This week we talk about managing the ego’s hold over our first impressions. Our guest this week is Carolyne Anthony of the Center for Women’s Fitness. We talk about changing the paradigm for pre and post natal movement programs and embracing menopause as a powerful opportunity for growth.
Jenna recovers from her son's 4 yr old birthday pandemonium and reflects on a popular blog post posing the argument that anatomy knowledge is not necessary for teaching Pilates. We discuss the difference between calling out someone on the internet, calling in someone on the internet and the ramifications of both choices. Our guest is the diva, Diane Severino, a movement muse of Ron Fletcher's who ran his studio and laid the foundation for generations of Pilates Teachers to come!
This week we talk about the value of taking a movement sabbatical and the strategies to get back online with your practice. Jenna finally answers the question "How do you do it all?" and we get down and dirty with the biopsychosocial model of physical therapy with physio, Nick Hannah. The conversation covers the importance of client empowerment, updated relevant research and the stories behind Nick's popular instagram feed, @hannahmoves. OH - and there's also a little bit about the pelvic floor :).
In this episode, Jenna shares a fail of the ego and also gives us an insider's peek into one of her Pilates sessions to listen to a creative strategy that she used to work with her client's mindset surrounding pain. We welcome Ingrid Thompson: a Business Mentor that specializes in working with health professionals to create, start, and grow a business. She and Jenna weave through the ins and outs of what it means to start, run, and maintain a successful business - particularly in the Pilates industry. Get out your notebooks! The gems are abundant this week!
It's the Season 6 Premiere! In our opening act, Jenna reviews the happenings over the break and introduces the expanded platform of conversations about all walks of Pilates Professional. We'll hear about upcoming events in the community, a #jennagem about choosing an archetype to model your teaching role after and the pièce de résistance: an interview with Kathryn Ross Nash! Learn about Kathy's Red Thread methodology, supporting teachers through movement-based courses and her definition of "Zen AF!" We're coming back with a bang and are so happy you are here with us!