Introducing the amazing Kai-Ting Yang, who you can find at the studio on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and teaching our Pilates + class on Wednesday nights! Read on to find out fun facts about her and be sure to book a session with her now. Q: Fave muscle? A: The spinal extensor muscles, both big … More instructor spotlight: Kai-Ting Yang!
Our February kinectED course is not to be missed! Sought-after and inspirational teacher Kuan Hui Chew leads Improving Proprioception: An Essential Component to Injury Recovery to shed light on how injuries, big or small, disrupt our proprioceptors – our built-in auto correct system – which very often leads to compensatory injuries or repetitive injuries such … More upcoming kinectED: improving proprioception with Kuan Hui Chew
Kinected instructor & rockstar mama Becca Serra shares her personal and professional reasons for putting Pilates as a priority during – and after – pregnancy. Growing up as a competitive swimmer year-round, I always felt like I was a strong, athletic person. I could do anything I set my mind to. In my twenties I … More pre & postnatal Pilates: a must-do for mamas
FAMI attendee and workstudier Rachel Abrahams shares thoughts on her FAMI 2016 experience. It’s hard to fully explain my experience with FAMI. I’m trying to hone in on exactly why four days of sitting for lectures and anatomy was such a life-enhancing moment. All I can really come up with is MUSCLES AND BONES AND … More FAMI ’16 reflections: Rachel Abrahams
Jinny McGivern, PT, DPT, CFMT will be teaching our next masterclass, Core Function, on Thursday, 1/19. But what is Core Function, exactly? Based on the principles of Core First Strategies™ as developed by Gregg Johnson, PT, FFFMT, FAAOMPT and Vicky Saliba Johnson, PT, FFFMT, FAAOMPT, it is taught through the Institute of Physical Art. We’ve … More Core Function masterclass Q&A
Every year, on January 1st, we make New Year’s resolutions that often involve addressing health dynamics in various ways – a commitment to a class, a new instructor or eliminating a bad health habit. These goals usually fall by the wayside come February…large gyms benefit by selling memberships to individuals who don’t return after the … More healthy hint: new year’s resolutions
Come along with our recent resident, Lee Rayment, as he shares his insight into kinected’s residency program. My Mind is like a Crockpot Yes, you read that right, my mind is like a crockpot. More on that in a bit… My shift from being a pilates teacher-in-training to a full-time instructor happened quite fast. I … More residency program spotlight: Lee Rayment
Our recent kinectED mentee, Andrea Silver, shares her reflections on her mentorship. Read on, learn more and contact us to get in on it. My mentorship at Kinected was invaluable. At the age of 62, I had been teaching Pilates for four years, most of the time in my own studio in Connecticut. I had … More mentor program wrap-up: Andrea Silver
We’re thrilled to have our superstar kinectED faculty member Rebekah Rotstein, PMA®-CPT back to teach a new kinectED workshop: Feet, Fascia and Spirals. Starting at the feet and ankles and integrating the entire kinetic chain of the body, it will demonstrate how, via the fascial network, basic human movement is three-dimensional and spiraling in nature. This … More upcoming kinectED: Feet, Fascia & Spirals with Rebekah Rotstein!
In honor of Movember, we’re celebrating men’s health by raising awareness and celebrating the men we love and the men who love Pilates. Long-time kinected client and friend, Bruce Green, shares his journey to Pilates and how it has helped him meet his fitness goals. I started doing Pilates in the form of a mat … More Pilates for Men Testimonial: Bruce Green