Tendon Pain
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by Julia Frankish
1y ago
A few helpful tips and tricks to consider when you’re managing tendon pain, tendinopathy or bursitis By Julia Frankish What is a tendon? What is tendinopathy? Tendons are a fibrous connective tissue which attached muscles to bone. A tendon transmits the mechanical forces of a muscular contraction to the bone, resulting in movement. Tendinopathy occurs with overuse, and indicates a failed healing response of the tendon   Why does it happen? Tendon pathology and pain occurs with overuse, especially after a period of inactivity. If you take time off from exercise (lik ..read more
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Hips Don’t Lie
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by Julia Frankish
1y ago
  Click here to read the full article #6 – TPJ – HIPS DON’T LIE   The post Hips Don’t Lie appeared first on Evolved Pilates ..read more
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What is Springboard?
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by admin
2y ago
Looking for a workout that combines strength, flexibility, balance and co-ordination? Interested in a new workout or challenge to add to your Pilates practice? Look no further – our 5 week Springboard course is due to launch Saturday 20 November!  First things first though, what is a springboard?? The springboard as its name suggests, is a plywood board that is securely attached to the wall, complete with springs; like what you would see on a trapeze table or on a reformer. The springs attach to the board via eyelets, all at different levels to be able to give you differing lengths and te ..read more
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Mums and Bubs Classes
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by admin
2y ago
So, your beautiful bundle has arrived, and you’ve spent the last 6+ weeks in newborn bliss (with a side of exhaustion!) You have the all-clear from your doctor to get back to exercise, but what now? Evolved Pilates mum’s and bubs is the perfect way to get back to you. Bring your bubba with you and connect with a group of women all in the same baby bubble.  With our small group class (capped at 8) we will focus on your individual recovery, while also helping you to regain your strength, ready for all the carrying, feeding, changing, bathing and well, life with a baby and beyond! Join ..read more
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5-week Short Courses – Coming Soon…
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by admin
2y ago
We can’t wait to welcome you back into the studio and to celebrate, we have developed 3 new short courses to get you moving and feeling better than ever before the end of the year. Choose from either Strength, Mums and Bubs or Springboard and Mat Combo classes. The programming will be progressive over 5 weeks, and specifically designed by our experienced teachers. Mums and Bubs with Jane 11am Wednesday Strength with Jo 11am Friday Springboard and Mat Comb with Julia 10:30am Saturday   Investment: $125 for 5 classes (that’s a saving of $50) and book a second course for only $100.   ..read more
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Strength training for Women
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by admin
2y ago
Our bone density starts to decline from the age of 30.  As estrogen falls in women during peri and post menopause, this causes a further decrease in bone density.  Without adequate load and challenge to our tissues and bones we then put ourselves at serious risk of injury and illness as we age.  Research suggests that in Australia, approx 50% of women over 60 years, will have at least one fracture due to low bone density and osteoporosis. Muscle mass also declines by 1% per year from the age of 30, and this decline accelerates after 40.  Without resistance training, our bod ..read more
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The Forth Trimester
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by admin
2y ago
So here you are, home with your beautiful bundle of joy, exhausted but living on cloud nine.  You have made it through the pregnancy, the birth, the first feed, the first nappy change and everything else in between! You’ve been to see you doctor, who has given the all clear for getting back into exercise… great, but what does that even look like in this postnatal body?  You feel like you have lost every gain you made before pregnancy and even while doing your pre-natal classes.  You feel weak and frankly a little torn apart – so what to do now?  Yep, you guessed it – Pilate ..read more
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Pilates and pregnancy
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by Julia Frankish
3y ago
Pregnancy & Beyond; what an amazing, exciting and slightly scary time in a women’s life! Our bodies change, hormones run amok and many women find that they have aches and pains that they have never experienced before.  And then after little bub comes into the world, so much has changed in our lives, and our bodies, that it is like we have to begin again – and this is where Pilates comes into its own! Pilates can be such a wonderful part of the pre & postnatal period – it can be a constant, something you just do for you and also something that keeps you stronger and healthier for t ..read more
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Women’s Health – Pilates for Menopause – Pt 2
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by Julia Frankish
3y ago
In Pt 2 of this blog we will look at the effects of menopause on muscular and skeletal strength. As explained in the last post, in the years leading up to menopause known as peri menopause, our hormones are fluctuating and eventually oestrogen and progesterone production declines. Oestrogen, as well as regulating reproductive functions, also directs our metabolism and more specifically how we store fat and respond to exercise.  As oestrogen levels drop there is an increased tendency to store fat on our stomach as opposed to hips and thighs, similar to how men tend to store fat.  In a ..read more
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Women’s Health – Pilates for Menopause
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by Julia Frankish
3y ago
Ahhh….….the joys of menopause!! In Pt 1 of this blog I am going to highlight the need for pelvic floor training, particularly pre and post menopause, and in Pt 2 we will look more closely at the strength implications of menopause. Menopause is the point in time when your periods have ceased for the 12 months prior, usually occurring between the ages of 48 and 55.  The years leading up to this time, which can be a decade for some, is called peri-menopause.  Peri-menopause is when hormone production starts to fluctuate widely, and eventually oestrogen and progesterone production from ..read more
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