“How can an hour-long training session feel better than a massage?”

A Pilates testimonial from designer, writer, and activist Suzanne Dvells, on Twitter.

How can an hour-long Pilates session feel better than a massage? Beyond her status as a Master Pilates instructor Lynda Lippin possesses deep expertise in a wide range of fitness techniques.

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She cunningly wields a light-handed, wry teaching style that is equally demanding and distracting. Somehow she manages to put her finger on the point of concern, bringing results with amazing consistency.

After just one ten session series, I now commanded basic Pilates techniques that eluded me for years in the hands of other trainers. At the conclusion of a second series, distinct changes in my posture were evident. After a third series, I boast a new body.

Thanks to her many gifts, I walk away from sessions with a fresh point of reference for a healthier mind, body, and lifestyle.”

Would you like easier movement, better posture, and a new body? Nature First Health and Wellness Center now provides Pilates training. There are a few spots left open for Pilates privates or duets, some weekday late mornings (9:30-11:30 am) and afternoons (2 – 4 pm) at 160 Main St. in Erin $ 85, with package rates available.

Want a Pilates group class instead? You can try a form-function class with light equipment on Mondays at 9:30-10:15 am or a Beginner Mat class on Wednesdays 2-3 pm. $20, with package rates available.

Contact the studio to schedule – email info@pilateon.ca or call (519) 315-4221.

Hope to see you soon in the Pilates studio !

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