Principle 1: 

Understanding how we breathe is important not only in your Pilates practice but also helps us in our every day lives. If we are breathing efficiently we tend to stay more relaxed when life gets busy and stressful and it also helps us to stay clearer in the mind.

Learning how to engage your deep abdominal muscles is essential for supporting our spine and ensuring we have a strong centre. This helps prevent back pain, improves our posture and we can also move more efficiently, making activities we enjoy much easier! and more comfortable. 

(15 mins 31 secs)

Let know how you went with this session in the comments below.

Lots of love  

EMMA

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