This September the studio is thrilled to welcome New York City's Anula Maiberg (of Sixth Street Pilates)! Anula will offer group mat and springboard classes and private training hours, in addition to her fantastic workshop Mythbusting Your Pilates Practice. This is Anula's first European teaching tour and her visit is not to be missed! Bookings are open on Mindbody!
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Friday, 22 September 17.00 Springboard, 18.00 Pilates Mat
Saturday, 23 September 10.30-11.30 Pilates Mat, 12.00-15.00 Mythbusting Your Pilates Practice
Sunday, 24 September 10.00-13.00 Mythbusting Your Pilates Practice
Group classes 280:-, Workshop 500:-, PTs 800:- (including 6% moms)
Bookings are open on Mindbody!
Anula's Mythbusting Your Pilates Practice workshop will cover some common misconceptions encountered in Pilates. First and foremost, the feeling of not being good enough at certain exercises. She will cover some simple ways to change the language we use to discuss our bodies and make room for ourselves to feel more successful.
Anula will discuss spine mobility, "muscles we are never told we should feel" (neck, low back, quads, hip flexors), modifications & negative language.
Anula Maiberg was born in Israel and moved to NYC in 2001 in order to pursue a career in photography. While working on her degree at the School of Visual Arts she fell in love with Pilates through the classes and private sessions she took around the city. After receiving her Masters in Fine Art from the Royal College in London and a few years at a "desk" job she realized happiness wasn't in front of the computer screen. She decided to attended the Kane School for Core Integration (Kinected) to become a fully certified teacher graduated in 2009. After several years teaching she was accepted into the Kathy Grant Heritage Training Masers Program led by Cara Reeser of Pilates Aligned in Denver and graduated in 2014. Anula is passionate about upholding the traditions and principles of Pilates while being able to update and personalize them for the needs of her students. She also feels strongly about volunteering her time to the LGBTQ community and believes Pilates is a wonderful movement modality and a tool for healing in a supportive environment.