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Joseph Pilates’ Desire to Bridge the Health Field

Posted by on Mar 19, 2014 in News |

Joseph Pilates’ Desire to Bridge the Health Field

I was trained by the protege of Joseph Pilates, Romana Kryzanowska. It was always a delight to hear of the stories she related to her groups of apprenticing teachers. These stories, we’re often randomly passed on, during impromptu speeches, where we trained in Drago’s Gym (now known as True Pilates). Sometimes, Romana would join us as we had a quick bite of lunch before she left for the day. These stories were fascinating as well as informative. One story, which we heard time and...

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Healing an injury

Posted by on Jul 14, 2012 in News |

Healing an injury

NY TIMES: PERSONAL HEALTH BY JANE BRODY July 28, 2009 A Twisted Ankle Isn’t Just a Simple Sprain A sprained ankle is one of the most common joint injuries, prompting many people to consider it “just a sprain” and not treat it with the respect it deserves. The too-common consequence of this neglect is a lasting weakness, an unstable joint and repeated sprains. Given that some 25,000 ankle sprains occur each day in the United States, it is worth knowing how they can be prevented and how...

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