What is the smartest trend for a well balanced body-mind workout? Today the smart trend is working out at a Pilates studio. Currently, almost everyone could benefit by exploring the basic principles of movement as found in a Pilates regime, to recover from an injury or to live a more flexible, agile, and active life.
Park Meadows Pilates and Physical Therapy, located in the heart of Lone Tree, offers a state-of-the-art studio, and it provides the professional and expert training and equipment for all levels of training and physical therapy. Like mushrooms in a wet forest, Pilates studios pop up in Lone Tree, and this amazing studio, founded in 2005, stands tall above the rest for helping us to help ourselves to be responsible for our own health.
Why is pilates so popular now? Because we want to feel better with more energy! If you workout following Pilates and physical therapy principles, you can find your ideal body-mind alignment to resolve pain, live with energy and vitality, and do more of what you love. Yes, if you're flexible and stand tall, then you're actually more prone to a more active life.
Encouraging movement for a more flexible and healthier life, Park Meadows Pilates approach integrates research-based science, whole-body movement, and the power of visualization. This studio is open, airy, with a friendly, energetic vibe.
After meeting the lovely and statuesque owner and director, Lindy Royer, you immediately feel at ease and inspired to stretch body and mind. An avid Colorado skier, Lindy welcomes clients with her engaging, warm smile and her charming attitude for personal improvement. You get the feeling that you are the #1 priority here--first class attention at a reasonable price. Park Meadows Pilates and physical therapy accepts some insurance as well.
Now is the time to do workouts on a Pilates stretching machine: see colorful picture here of a fun bobble-head doll named after Joe Pilates--the man who founded the movement. Park Meadows Pilates and Physical Therapy is happy to help you get stretching on a physical, mental and spiritual alignment with yourself.
Royer's studio claims to be "the only Pilates studio in the Denver metro area to offer CoreAlign and Balanced Body Barre classes. These classes take Pilates exercises to a routine, daily life level." Royer asks, "How are you doing out there--in the real world? You can take classes and do exercises that don't have anything to do with real life activities and movement, but what if you could practice and strengthen movements you actually perform each day?"
Here is a description of this unique and "revolutionary" core training:
"CoreAlign enhances core training and functional movement by allowing the participant to stand up and perform strengthening movements he would actually perform daily. Utilizing a vertical plane on what looks like a wooden ladder, one works out simulating everyday and athletic movements easily."
"Balanced Body Barre is a non-impact Barre workout set to lively music. It burns fat, and creates long, lean muscles, maximizing form and detail. Royer says: "Not all Barre programs are safe for everyone. I love the Balanced Body Barre approach because it emphasizes safety, optimal alignment and body awareness while keeping the fun and energy of the popular Barre workout. Our goal is to elevate the fun factor and allow our clients to experience the Pilates philosophy in a completely new way.""
Park Meadows Pilates and Physical Therapy wants you to visit! It's located just west of Yosemite on Park Meadows Drive--minutes away going southwest from the Park Meadows Mall. What are you doing to anti-age your body and mind? What are you doing to improve flexibility?