Aspire Pilates The Hague To Host Anula Maiberg of Six Street Pilates NY

Anula Maiberg at Aspire PIiates The Hague

Anula Maiberg

Anula Maiberg of the Sixth Street Pilates New York is a well known character in the international Pilates community. She is unconventional, she is outspoken, she is inspirational.

Anula Maiberg is a Thinker.

And, on top of that, she is an outstanding instructor, passionate about teaching people how to get the best out of their bodies so that they live and move better. That resonates so well with the philosophy of Aspire Pilates where we do not sell “pilates for hot bodies”, we teach people tools and techniques to achieve their best body. We view Pilates as a discovery of connections.

So it is with great excitement that we welcome Anula Maiberg to Aspire Pilates The Hague in the last weekend of September 2017.

On Saturday September 30, 2017 Anula will be teaching a mat class at 10.00 followed by private sessions;

On Sunday October 1, 2017 at 10.00 -13.00 Anula will present her Be Normal With Your Core Workshop designed for Pilates instructors. Be prepared to learn and unlearn, review and reconsider your ideas of what Pilates is and how to teach it; in short— come with an open mind to myth bust your Pilates practice. This workshop is for Pilates instructors but if you are a student of Pilates and want to deepen your understanding of the method, come to attend.

For bookings and enquiries please contact us here.

Aspire Pilates Video

This is Aspire Pilates video that offers a glimpse of our studio. It is the result of our collaboration with Viktoria and Ramona, aspiring film makers, currently students of Media and Entertainment Management at the InHolland University. We feel that this video captures the mood of the studio and truly represents the brand. Personal. Effective. Empowering. Special thank you to Vanessa Austen for agreeing to feature in this video. Vanessa is an international lawyer working in The Hague.

 

ASPIRE Pilates The Hague to host COME TRY LOVE Pilates week-end on October 1-2, 2016


 

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Here at Aspire Pilates The Hague we are passionate about empowering people to become strong, confident and balanced in body, mind and spirit. We would like to share our passion with you. We are organising a special COME TRY LOVE Pilates week-end on October 1-2, 2016 at our studio located at the Bloom House of Health in Koninginnengracht 28.

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The studio will offer free 30 min taster sessions on Pilates apparatus: Reformer, Chair and Trapeze table. These will be suitable to all ages and levels of ability: fit, unfit or  couch potatoes — everybody and every body will benefit. All are welcome to stop by the studio for a taster session, or a peek at what we do, consultations, demonstrations, special offers.

 

Registration is required for your free taster sessions and can be completed by sending us an email at office@nobignames.com. Please indicate your choice of equipment piece.

 

We welcome everybody and every body to our special week-end. We are delighted to introduce you to Pilates and help you discover how this method created by Joseph Pilates 100 years ago  can transform your life, no matter what you are seeking. 

 

You want to  tone? Do Pilates. 

You want to rehabilitate? Do Pilates. 

You want to enhance your sport performance? Do Pilates. 

You are pregnant? Do Pilates. 

You need to de-stress? Do Pilates. 

You need a holistic approach to your body? Do Pilates. 

You want variety? Do Pilates apparatus. 

You want less aches and pains? Do Pilates. 

You want to gain confidence? Do Pilates.

 

We look forward to welcoming you at the studio! Email Office@NoBigNames.com reserve your FREE session. 

Aspire Pilates The Hague to Host International Pilates Trainer Ianthe Basson on May 6-7, 2016


 

Aspire Pilates in The Hague is hosting international Pilates trainer Ianthe Basson. We are excited to have Ianthe take over the studio on May 6 and May 7, 2016. I am sure you will enjoy her bubbly vivacious personality and her unique teaching style. Expect to work hard while having fun! Expect exciting classes. Ianthe will be available to teach private sessions and we shall have special group lessons . Please contact me for details and booking. 

 

Ianthe Basson studied Dance and Musical Theatre at Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa. In 2000, upon graduation she joined Richard Loring African Footprint Dance Company as a principal dancer. With the Company Ianthe toured America, France, China, Morocco, India as well as performed nationally in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Bloemfontein and Durban. During her time with the Dance Company Ianthe performed over 2,500 shows.

 

In 2004 Ianthe Basson completed her Pilates Comprehensive Teachers Training Course (Mat and Equipment), through Renee Watson Pilates Studio in Cape Town, South Africa (now named CME – Conscious Movement Education). She has been teaching Pilates since 2004 in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Toulouse, France.
Today she continues to teach from her own Pilates studio in Cape Town.  Even with over 12 years of teaching experience Ianthe continues to learn more every day.  “I don’t think we are ever too old or too experienced to learn new things.”

 

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As a professional dancer who suffered from a permanent back injury, Ianthe’s love for movement inspires her teaching of Pilates to persons of all levels of capability. Pilates with Ianthe is a highly accessible and enjoyable experience.

 

Ianthe is qualified to teach Pre/Post Natal Pilates, Pilates with Accessories, Pilates for Seniors, Pilates for Neurological Conditions as well as Cardio Pilates. Ianthe Basson completed Advanced Education Pilates Certification Course through renowned BASI (Body Arts and Science International) in Pilates for Injuries and Pathologies and most recently the Pilates meets Lynotherapy Course through the Lyno Academy.
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Why You Should Try Pilates in the New Year

New Year, new You, right? So enough talking, let’s get straight to the point – try pilates in the New Year.

To all of you sceptics out there — an unfit international civil servant, corporate executive slaving away behind the computer screen, or a buffed gym devotee, or a spiritual yogi,  or an avid runner add Pilates to your training regime, it is your golden ticket ! Research has shown that Pilates improves:

  • Body awareness
  • Posture
  • Spinal mobility
  • Flexibility
  • Muscular endurance
  • Lower back pain
  • Bone density

And not only that! We are giving you here five compelling reasons why you should try Pilates in the New Year

1. Prevent injuries.

Injuries can leave us incapacitated for weeks and months. But what if we could use exercise as a way to prevent injuries rather than cause them? Pilates focuses on your core, strengthening your abdominals and back muscles. Think about how much you use your core every day without even realising: to stand up, walk, bend over, even to sit in a chair. If you suffer from back pain, it’s probably because these muscles are weak. Strengthen them and you’ll alleviate current woes and help prevent future pain.

2. Build core strength and long, lean muscles.

For most of us, the core is the weakest part of our bodies, but it’s our center, where all our strength originates from. When it’s weak, the entire body is weak. Pilates focuses on exercises that constantly engage the core, working on a deep level. Unlike weight lifting that can cause muscles to shorten and bulk, Pilates focuses on resistance and assistance training to work both sides of muscles simultaneously. This allows the muscles to elongate to get that long, lengthened, toned muscle look.

3. Increase flexibility, coordination and balance.

Not surprisingly, your balance and coordination come from your core as well. When Pilates strengthens your core, those muscles that control balance and coordination are also strengthened, helping to prevent falls and injuries. Increased flexibility also allows muscles to lengthen and be more pliable so they can bend and stretch further to alleviate the possibility of injury.

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4. Eliminate shallow breath and increase lung capacity.

It has been scientifically proven that controlled breathing has score of health benefits: increased focus, decreased stress, enhanced relaxation, better circulation, more efficient respiration, and lower blood pressure. Pilates is unique in its use of specific breath patterns, forced active exhalation and employment of the lateral/intercostal breathing technique. With this intense focus on breath, the exercises become more fluid, precise and controlled and the Pilates practictioner’s mind becomes free of distracting thoughts. By the end of the session, one usually leaves exhilarated, less anxious and with a deeper understanding of the relationship between the body and the mind.

5. Look 10 pounds thinner

10 pounds lighter

Pilates helps you improve your posture, and the simple act of standing with good posture can make people appear 5-10 pounds thinner. And more confident, too! Pilates is not just an exercise method, it is a lifestyle. You don’t leave the class behind when you walk out the door. You try to incorporate all of the elements into your daily life—engaging your abs, standing tall, relaxing your shoulders, moving with grace.

Pilates is so versatile that you can do it anywhere. All you need is your own body.

Still wondering if Pilates is right for you? Joseph Pilates, the father of the method,  once said, in “10 sessions you’ll feel the difference, in 20 sessions you’ll see the difference, and in 30 sessions you’ll have a whole new body.” Doesn’t that seem like something wort trying?

Get in touch with Aspire Pilates to book a session here and now.

 

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