What are the great principles of the Pilates Method?

What are the great principles of the Pilates Method?
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What are the great principles of the Pilates Method?

Practicing the Pilates method is easier with a partner and the effects can even be multiplied.
Most disciplines associated with wellness do not always have well-established values , principles, and codes. However, it might be interesting to take a look at the fundamental principles of Pilates to learn more about this technique.
First of all, the Pilates method is developed through a gentle reinforcement of the body and mind. With breathing and the different muscle toning exercises or yoga, this sport is very complete, without the need to be violent. We will have the impression of toning up, while we cultivate our capital of well-being and our inner garden.
One of the pillars of Pilates is breathing , key to the effectiveness of its practice. This method allows you to focus on breathing, and thus take possession and awareness of your body to the maximum, with the correct performance of the exercises. A real advantage to know yourself!
As we have already mentioned previously in several sections, the fundamental principle of Pilates is to combine body, mind and spirit . A trio guided by breathing exercises, sports exercises and muscle toning, which will allow the regular and daily practice of this sport, similar to yoga.
One of the main axes of Pilates is the central axis of the body, also called powerhouse by Joseph Pilates. This is the part of the body that is located between the thorax and the pelvis, which we will work to the maximum with the sequence of exercises. The key: better stability ,  ideal control and optimal movement coordination. What are the great principles of the Pilates Method?

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