Secrets of Pilates

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Dorling Kindersley, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 224 pages
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Reintroduce your mind to your body and develop a healthier, more relaxed approach to life. One of the first exercise systems to acknowledge the link between mind and body, Pilates will not give you bulging biceps--or leave you feeling exhausted after each session. Instead, Pilates provides you with a balanced approach to toning your body, correcting your skeletal alignment, and improving your posture and coordination. After a brief introduction to the principles of this exercise system, this book provides the newcomer with descriptions of basic exercises, all illustrated to show precise body movements and postures. By developing mental awareness of your body, Pilates brings the mind into closer connection with the body rather than allowing the mind to control it.

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Contents

How to Use this book
6
Preparing for Pilates
34
Reeducating Body and Mind
46
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About the author (2001)

Sally Searle is a fully qualified Pilates practitioner with over 15 years teaching experience. Cathy Meeus has worked on popular health books for more than 20 years. Recently she has developed her interest in complementary therapies and has contributed to a number of books in this subject area.

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