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A good friend recommended Kyla about three years ago.  Within months of starting private classes with Kyla I was absolutely hooked!   I loved the way my body was starting to look and most of all feel - long, lean muscles, improved posture and a new sense of physical confidence which inspired me to eat more healthily and lose over thirty five pounds.  Two years ago, at the age of 53,  I made a complete lifestyle change and gave up my position as a Bank Manager and did my Pilates certification and am now teaching Pilates full time.  I have met many people in the Pilates field since first working with Kyla but she still stands out as the most inspirational, knowledgeable, compassionate and fun teacher I have ever worked with. 

- Ann Asquith

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Date: FALL 2018 

Investment:  $30.00

Location: Complete Core Pilates, 101-5309 Main Street

TO REGISTER GO TO:    alivemovemindfully.ca

Healthy heart, healthy mind, sweaty body!

Friday's 11:15am starting January 5th

8 weeks of playing on all the Pilates equipment

$126

Pay online via PayPal, e transfer to completecore@me.com or at the studio

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Training Tips

Training Tip #1

The body ALWAYS adapts to EACTLY what it does. Take home message, if you want results, you must train and move with precision. Throughout all your daily activities, not just exercise! How are you sitting right now at your computer?

Featured Exercise

Thoracic Rotation: “the Twist”

I love this particular twist when I am spending my day typing and writing. It helps wring out tension in the back, neck, and shoulders. 

It takes less than 2 minutes. 

Here's how:

  1. Sit tall, feet firmly planted, sitting bones equally positioned on the chair.
  2. Place your right hand on your left knee and your left hand behind you on your chair seat.
  3. Inhale, and as you exhale, twist to your left. Be easy – don't go to your maximum.
  4. Take two more breaths and then switch direction.
  5. Be sure you can breathe easy and your jaw is relaxed.