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Wednesday, 25 February 2015

How to manage an injury t...

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Do you have an ongoing injury or niggling pain that has been hanging around for years? Tried a few different things, and nothing has really fixed it? Or you can’t get on top of managing an ongoing issue like scoliosis? The team at BPS Tensegrity can help you. This blog…
Tuesday, 10 February 2015

Do you have a home gym an...

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So you splurged and bought yourself a brand new home gym for Christmas, but it’s been sitting in the garage for a month, because you don’t actually know how to use it. You live in a complex that has a gym, and you are super keen to utilize it but…
Thursday, 22 January 2015

Pilates or Yoga? Find out...

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Not sure whether to attend a Pilates or a Yoga class? Let’s have a look at the differences and similarities between them. Reserve your spot for tonight's class at 7:30pm by booking online ... if it's your first class with us it's FREE! Yoga is a discipline that can be…
Thursday, 18 December 2014

Christmas Homework Exerci...

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Want to maintain your “Pilates Body” throughout the Christmas break? Here are 7 exercises you could practice at home between Christmas parties! One exercise for each Pilates category. SUPINE UPPER EXTREMITY INTEGRATION Arm arcs (15-20 reps) and triceps dips (20 reps). Lye supine on the mat with knees bent, feet…
Monday, 24 November 2014

Polestar Pilates National...

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This week I attended the National Polestar Pilates Conference as a Polestar Pilates Instructor. It was a great chance to catch up with some old friends, make some new ones and just generally hang out and do Pilates ... oh yeah, there was some 'serious stuff' involved as well. On…
Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Looking to supplement you...

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Joseph Pilates was originally a gymnast, diver and bodybuilder. In the United States he developed an exercises program for the local dance and performing-arts community to improve flexibility, strength and stamina. Nowadays many elite athletes complement their training with Pilates. The following are just some examples of sports where Pilates…
Wednesday, 29 October 2014

How Imagery Helps us Move...

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Looking for a fun Imagery Filled Class? Why not join our Halloween Inspired Pilates Mat Class Friday 31st Oct at 5pm Reserve your spot here Imagery for relaxation “Stand up, close your eyes and spend just a couple of minutes feeling your body. Visualize your whole body as the trunk…
Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Pilates and Patellofemora...

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Patellofemoral pain is located on the joint where the kneecap meets the thigh bone (femur). Pain is felt in or around the knee and usually occurs when the knee bends in activities such as squatting, jumping, running and even going up and down stairs. Pain can also be irritated through…
Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Why Men Should Do Pilates...

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There is a misconception about Pilates that I hear over and over again and it is time to set it straight … Pilates is not only for girls! Many males view Pilates as 'easy', 'not challenging' just an 'hour of stretching'. What most men don’t realise is that Pilates was…
Friday, 10 October 2014

Pilates Enhances Sports P...

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Athletes are starting to move away from traditional forms of training to enhance their performance.Traditionally, training included hours of practicing and developing muscle strength through resistance training. The reason why athletes are starting to change their way of training is due to the fact that training specific muscles causes a…
Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Introducing the EXO Chair...

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Have you ever wondered how you can do exercises on the reformer and chair … welcome the EXO chair!! BPS Tensegrity’s new machine that delivers more than 100 full body exercises that strengthens muscles from head to toe. HOW IS THIS DIFFERENT TO THE COMBO CHAIR? When comparing the structures…
Wednesday, 17 September 2014

SPIKY BALLS … FRIEND OR...

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"How many times I wish I had a camera to take a photo of my clients’ faces during a piriformis release with a spiky ball!" In this article I will underline the benefits of the Spiky Ball and why we should love it rather than hate it. I also have…
Thursday, 14 August 2014

Correct Sitting Posture...

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"Sit up straight!"... does this phrase remind you of something your mum used to nag you about? I would like to give you a couple of tips and tricks on how you can set your pelvis up so that everything in your spine stacks up nicely on top of it…
Wednesday, 23 July 2014

The Importance of Treatin...

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The idea of managing the symptoms and ignoring the cause is akin to punishing the victim of a crime and letting the culprit get away. All you’ve done is silence the victim or in this case the symptoms, allowing the real problem to keep wreaking havoc! The problem with providing…
Wednesday, 09 July 2014

Patient FAQ's & ...

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This week our blog article is about the most frequent questions our clients ask during our physiotherapy or Pilates sessions at BPS Tensegrity. Hopefully it will clarify most of the doubts you may have regarding our professions, the best way to perform your exercises at the studio and at home…
Tuesday, 24 June 2014

KINESIO TAPE: A good alte...

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The Problem with Strapping Tape In our practice we use the strapping tape as a useful tool that can in a certain way replace our hands when the client is not at the studio. Tape may be applied to support muscles and joints as they recover from injury, but also…
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