Pilates in the Canyon

Re:Form, a Pilates studio provides a relaxed and fun atmosphere to exercise and make friends at very reasonable rates.

[06/04/16]   Today, a client in her early sixties told me that she went to the doctor last week for her annual check up. Her bone density test revealed she had NO BONE LOSS! Her doctor asked her what she had been doing and she answered, "Pilates." Her doctor told her to keep on doing it!

Pilates in the Canyon

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Hi tech teaching- workouts via FaceTime!!!! IM Doreen Remo if you want an inexpensive way to workout at home with a Pilates instructor!

[05/06/16]   We've moved! Come do Pilates in a charming, rustic old hunting lodge in Beverly Hills! A quick invigorating get away!

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[04/09/16]   We're moving!!! Details to come!

Happy Thanksgiving!

YES!!!
Especially during the holidays!

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Strong Legs Tied to Enduring Brain Health

Bet the same would be true for Pilates' legs!!!

www.bicycling.com One study finds that people with powerful legs are likely to have better cognitive abilities in old age.

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How John Stamos Got His 'Great' Butt

Woo hoo!

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NFL players do Pilates too!

At 29 Matt Forte is getting old by NFL running back standards. Here’s one way he battles the physical toll of pro football:

Lovely flowers from a lovely client!

Mother/ daughter workouts!!!

From Dr. Weil.com,

Client comment, Barbara D., "My friend said I am standing straighter after only 7 Pilates sessions!"

Client Comment, "Couldn't wear these skinny jeans without Pilates."

Life's no fun if you cannot laugh!

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Aspen Institute for Anti Aging and Regenerative Medicine

Drinking pure water every day is a key component of optimal health. Unfortunately, many make the mistake of forgoing water for other types of fluids, most of which have added ingredients that will not do your health any favors.

Kids are particularly prone to drinking sweet drinks like soda and fruit juice instead of plain water, and many teens tend to reach for sports and energy drinks instead.

According to a recent Harvard study,1,2,3 more than half of American children are dehydrated, which can have repercussions for their health and academic performance.

About one-quarter of children in the US do not drink water on a daily basis. Overall, boys were more than 75 percent more likely to be inadequately hydrated than girls.

This dovetails with previous studies4 showing that boys drink more sugary beverages than girls. According to one 2011 analysis, about 70 percent of boys aged 2-19 drink sugary beverages daily. As noted by lead author Erica Kenney:5

“These findings are significant because they highlight a potential health issue that has not been given a whole lot of attention in the past.

Even though for most of these kids this is not an immediate, dramatic health threat, this is an issue that could really be reducing quality of life and well-being for many, many children and youth.”

Your Body Needs Water for Proper Functioning

Your body is comprised of about 65 percent water, which is needed for a number of physiological processes and biochemical reactions, including but not limited to:

Blood circulation
Metabolism
Regulation of body temperature
Waste removal and detoxification
Once your body has lost between one to two percent of its total water content, it will signal its needs by making you feel thirsty. Using thirst as a guide to how much water you need to drink is one obvious way to ensure your individual needs are met, day-by-day.

However, by the time your thirst mechanism actually kicks in, you’re already in the early stages of dehydration, so you don’t want to ignore the initial sensations of thirst.

Moreover, the thirst mechanism tends to be underdeveloped in children, making them more vulnerable to dehydration. The elderly are also at heightened risk.

Hunger—sugar cravings in particular—can also be a sign that your body is crying for water, so as noted in the featured video, when you feel hungry, drink a glass of water first.

So, in addition to thirst, which is an obvious signal, other signals indicating you need to drink more water include:6,7

Fatigue and/or dizziness
Mood swings
Foggy thinking and poor concentration
Chills
Muscle cramps
Back or joint ache
Dull, dry skin and/or pronounced wrinkles
Constipation
Infrequent urination; dark, concentrated urine
Headache
Bad breath
Sugar cravings
Severe dehydration can be life threatening, but even mild dehydration can cause problems ranging from headaches and irritability to impaired cognition. It can also affect your sports performance, as noted in a recent CNN report:8

“Even being slightly dehydrated affects your ability to put effort into your workout. ‘A two percent dehydration level in your body causes a 10 percent decrease in athletic performance,’ says [sports dietitian Amy] Goodson.

"‘And the more dehydrated you become, the worse performance gets.’ Measured by ‘perceived exertion,’ how hard you feel you're exercising, you might be working at a 6 but you feel like you are working at an 8, says Goodson.”

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The Perfect Exercise For Poor Body Posture

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Why These 7 NFL Wide Receivers Do Pilates

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Client comment, Bette B. " I noticed that strengthening my core significantly helps eliminate my hip pain."

Celebrating the rainbow!

It took awhile to learn but now look!

A small movement but a mighty one!

Ah , a nice stretch after a hard workout!

Prevent injuries! Stretch!

You want to have strong, toned and ELASTIC muscles, so make sure you also employ stretching in your workout!

Always color coordinated at Re: Form!

Good Balance exercise. Put your pants on while standing on one leg!

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