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Roasted Broccoli Recipe

Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: 20 minutes Yield: Serves 3-4 as a side dish INGREDIENTS 1 1/2 pounds (680g) broccoli, cut into florets of even size 1 small package of chopped Mushrooms 10 Cherry Tomatoes, halved 3-4 Tablespoons extra virgin olive oil Juice from half a lemon, about 1 Tbsp 2-3 garlic cloves, minced [Read More…]…

Is Virtual Reformer Real?

A client recently asked me, “How do I perform my favorite Pilates exercises at home when I don’t have a Reformer? Great question! You do it by adding what we call “Prop Magic” to your virtual class. Using a foam roller, a stretch band, and a ball, we transform an otherwise flat mat routine into [Read More…]…

Making Space & Realigning for You!

We are super excited to be open again. Thank you for joining us online and in the studio! We love seeing and working with you! In addition to continued virtual classes all summer, we have a great line-up of in-studio classes! Here’s what to expect. New Class Times: Monday – Saturday 8:30 am, 10 am, [Read More…]…

One Step Closer to Re-Opening

This month, I discovered the Slackline. A two-inch-wide length of webbing that you tension between two trees in your yard. The first time I stood up on the line, it began to tremble as if an electrical current was running through it. My leg started to shake wildly. Immediately I was flung off. Ouch! The [Read More…]…

Puppy-lates & Kitty-lates

This week I joined in on a couple of classes at the studio. I kid you not when I say I felt like I was at the studio taking a real live class as usual. The teaches did their thing, offering inspiring demos, spot-on cues, specific personal corrections, and lots of encouragement. I saw familiar [Read More…]…

Mud Season

I like routine. The consistency, predictability, and order of it. But last week instead of going to the studio to teach, I scrambled to move furniture in my living room and worked obsessively to create an online LIVE streaming studio. By Friday, my candle had burned hot and fast. I was melting! I no longer had my routine. Tomorrow all of [Read More…]…

Winds of Change

I feel the winds of change. Crazy, I know, but one of the things I like about March in the mountains. The wind is fierce and in our face. It rattles our windows and minds and topples the furniture on our decks. It is restless and relentless. It moves us. It pushes us forward, and [Read More…]…

Walk this Way

Walking is something that people have done from the beginning of time. It was a requirement of life as much as breathing and eating. Now people plan their walks, count their steps, monitor their heart rate, calculate how far they’ve gone, and how fast.

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