By: Courtney Holcomb, Waveforms Pilates
As we ring in the New Year at Waveforms Pilates, we want to challenge you to bring on some transformation! We believe in the power of Pilates to transform people, mind, body, and spirit. Which is why we would like to challenge you to “12 Days of Pilates”. We are asking you to commit to do twelve, 55-minute sessions of Pilates during the month of January.
Why Twelve? When people begin their Pilates journey, the first question I often get asked is “How often should practice Pilates? How many times a week should I come to feel the benefits?”. When Joseph Pilates created the Pilates Method, he designed it to be a daily practice. Though this may not be practical in our busy schedules, with a commitment to frequency and consistency, the benefits can be seen and felt that much sooner. My short answer to this question is typically, 1x/week yields injury prevention, 2x/week serves for strength building, and 3x/week brings transformation. This is why we are challenging you, for the month of January to “12 Days of Pilates”. What would it feel like to do Pilates 3x/week? We want you to feel what it’s like to truly experience the transformative benefits of the Pilates Method.
How do you participate? First, message us to let us know you are joining us for the challenge! Then begin by downloading our challenge form to log your sessions. There are many ways to get in your twelve Pilates sessions, group classes, one-on-one sessions, and from home. We have some suggestions for you here.
We will launch our “12 Days of Pilates Challenge” on New Years Day with a LIVE Pilates Mat Class, at 10:00 AM, CST, with a Facebook Live video class on Waveforms Pilates Facebook Page. If you don’t currently follow us on Facebook, please do, and join in January 1st, 10:00-10:55 AM, from the comfort of your own home for your first mat class of the year! All levels are welcome, so have your mat set up and join in!
Are you ready for the challenge? Bring on the transformation. Message us to schedule a session, sign-up for a class, or do a little bit of it all!