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What a blast we had at the pool (and in the hotel lobby) in Helsinki. Challenging our centers, elongating while giggling! I look forward to teaching an Immersion™ Pilates Aquatics™ course in Europe in 2019. Details to be announced.
We certainly enjoyed learning and teaching at the International Association of Dance Medicine and Science in Helsinki. The people are amazing, the lectures and workshops scintillating. I was proud to present Kathy Grant’s Cats and Laterals to an enthusiastic class. … Continue reading
Thank you, fabulous teachers for the wonderful time teaching at Somatic Studio, Helsinki! I always enjoy being at Somatic.
Come have fun in the Scandic Hotel pool with Immersion™ Pilates Aquatics™ for free Oct.24 – 28, in Helsinki. Explore Classic Pilates in, on and by the water. Contact Jennifer Stacey, MS firstname.lastname@example.org “Exhilarating!” Find your centers immediately. It is fun, … Continue reading
Jennifer Stacey, MS is looking forward to teaching workshops at Somatic Studio in Helsinki, October 23 & 24! She is excited to teach a Kathy Grant Mat Class at The International Association of Dance Medicine and Science : “Flowing spine with … Continue reading
We are thrilled to be starting a Immersion™ Pilates Aquatics™ Class at Moraga Country Club, Fridays at 1 pm for MCC members. Starting September 14! Space limited to 5 people. Enhance your strength, flexibility, balance and coordination while playing in and by … Continue reading
What a fantastic workshop Dr. Gotz Lehle taught yesterday! “The Diaphragm – Psoas – Pelvic Floor and their connections in the body”
Immersion™ Pilates Aquatics™ Class fun in the sun!
Article on the Mystery of the Pelvic floor from BBC. http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20180717-the-pelvic-floor-is-still-a-mystery-in-anatomy Come learn more about the pelvic floor, Diaphragm and Psoas in this fascinating workshop by Dr. Gotz Lehle. August 24, 3- 7 pm. Dr. Gotz Lehle workshop: The Diaphragm, … Continue reading
Fabulous article on Dance Science. The Royal Ballet and The Laban Center are doing great things to help the dancer. https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2018/jul/15/raising-the-barre-how-science-is-saving-ballet-dancers