Your Local Pilates Studio In The Fraser Valley
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Welcome to Breath & Balance Pilates
Hello! I am so glad to see you here! Visiting this website shows that you are ready to begin your Pilates journey, and I am excited to be a part of it. No matter the question that brought you here, Pilates is the answer! I’ve tried to answer most of the common questions that I am asked here on this website, but if you have any other questions please send me a message. I’m happy to help.
A Little Bit About Me
I had a long history of doing Pilates on again and off again following a car accident in my teens. I first started with some exercises from Physiotherapy, and then kept sporadically doing Pilates videos over the following decade. It really wasn’t until my first lesson in a studio though that I fell in love with Pilates. I knew after my first lesson with Veronica McClurg that I had found my passion. When I booked my first lesson, all I was looking for was a little me time and to tone up. But instead, I found a new career. Getting rid of my constant neck and back pain was an added bonus!
I had the great privilege of training with Matilda Christensen at Pilates from the Centre. This program is well-known in the Pilates community for being one of the most intensive and challenging programs out there, which is exactly what I was looking for. A year and a half long, it is also one of the longest courses offered for Pilates Training.
And now I am honored to be able to use my training to help you reach the goals you have – whether it be strength, flexibility, rehabilitation, or so much more. Let’s get started!
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In 10 sessions, you will feel the difference. In 20, you will see the difference. And in 30, you’ll be on your way to having a whole new body.
- Joseph Pilates
Frequently Asked Questions
What Exactly Is Pilates?
What’s the difference between Pilates and Yoga?
What’s the difference between Classical and Contemporary Pilates?
What Should I Wear To Class?
What Can I Expect At My First Lesson?
Why Can’t I Just Start On Apparatus Classes Right Away?
moving parts, which makes it more challenging to learn the exercises. You’re trying to focus on the
exercise, and on the equipment. 2) The apparatus is meant to complement the way your body moves. In
order to benefit from that, you need to learn how to move your body properly first. On the mat, it’s just
you and your body – no distractions. 3) As I said, the apparatus is a lot of fun. This means,
sometimes if clients start there, they never want to do mat. Mat is (in my opinion) the hardest form of
Pilates, so if you don’t ever do matwork you will be missing out!