Did you know downward facing dog, one of yoga’s foundational poses, is actually an inversion? Inversions are yoga poses that position the heart above the head.There is such a wide variety of poses that help you to get upside down. From the subtle to the...

Simple yet effective, yoga props help you transform your yoga practice. From blocks, to cushions, straps and wheels, they are extremely useful and even assist in the development of your Pilates practice too.But yoga props are not only for beginners. They are definitely a...

Headaches are a disruptive problem that affects 1 in 3 Australian adults. If you suffer from recurring headaches, Pilates could help you. Regular Pilates strengthens the body and helps to combat aches and ailments. Many find Pilates can relieve headache pain and stop aches returning...

Pilates is an amazing work out. It focuses on all major muscle groups without straining or damaging the body. The Pilates method is very flexible. It can be adapted to suit everyone. Those who regularly practice Pilates find there are numerous health benefits. Here are the main...

Yoga is unlike other forms of exercise, it is not designed to raise a heart rate or burn fat. It is simply a form of self improvement, stemming from Indian schools of philosophy and spirituality with different styles and approaches.People who practice yoga experience many benefits,...

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