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So far Inhabit Pilates has created 50 blog entries.

Ease-ful Movement

Our way of working with the body, our intent and our focus, can change any movement into something that promotes ease in the body – or does not.  While it may seem like a strange thing to want or work towards, ease in the body is highly desirable.  In the Franklin Method (www.franklinmethod.com) ease is […]

By |August 4th, 2015|announcements|Comments Off on Ease-ful Movement

The Summer Challenge Begins!

Hello fellow Challenge participant!

I’m excited to start the Challenge with you.  I have a few reasons to be excited. First, as the studio director – I’m curious as to whether or not this will feel energizing for all of us, if we can somehow collectively gather energy to propel us all forward in our quest […]

By |July 3rd, 2015|studio news|Comments Off on The Summer Challenge Begins!

Better know a teacher: Christina

Christina does it all; at Inhabit she has taught everything from private lessons, group mat, group equipment and workshops. We took a few minutes to learn a little more about her teaching style.

 

What is your approach to teaching Pilates? I feel like Pilates can get serious fast. Although I want the people I work with to […]

By |May 18th, 2015|announcements|Comments Off on Better know a teacher: Christina

Why all this focus on my feet?

“Why all this focus on my feet?” you might ask.  While foot exercise are embedded firmly in the Pilates curriculum, the underlying philosophy has taken a while to come to the public’s way of thinking about the body.  We have always thought it made lots of sense to have strong, aligned feet, to better the […]

By |April 19th, 2015|announcements|Comments Off on Why all this focus on my feet?

Teacher Q & A with Denise

You may have noticed some beautiful black and white photos of Denise doing pilates, in and around the studio. In addition to teaching group classes and private lessons at Inhabit, Denise is a Thai Massage Therapist. Read her biography on our teacher page.
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Get to know Denise a little better…

Q. Denise, what inspires you […]

By |April 17th, 2015|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Teacher Q & A with Denise

Moved by the Franklin Method

The first week of our four week Franklin Method, Level 1, training has come and gone.

Christina, Julia Male and I spent 5 days immersed in the art of imagery and the bone rhythms of the pelvis.  This training is also the culmination of work and coordination efforts from years’ previous, as Inhabit Studio organized and […]

By |March 22nd, 2015|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Moved by the Franklin Method

Franklin Teacher Training

Did You Know?
 

Inhabit Pilates and Movement is the host studio for The Franklin Method’s teacher training happening this week in Toronto!

 
Many of our teachers will be active students, and we are playing host to some of the world’s best movement minds.
 
We’ve gathered 32 participants, and both Eric Franklin and Morten Dithmer will be here to teach over […]

By |March 6th, 2015|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Franklin Teacher Training

To Do this Holiday

 

I have begun to write lists. I usually have a list or two on the go, but it’s the time of year where a few lists are marked for days and even weeks from today.  I am blessed with a very full life right now, and part of that fullness is planning for the whole […]

By |December 7th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Open House Saturday September 20

Drop in for a tour of the studio and to learn more about what we do.  

Saturday September 20, 1 – 6 p.m. Inhabit Pilates & Movement: 1211 Bathurst Street

Free classes offered for first time visitors only: sign up using the client login button on the right. Go to September 20 and sign yourself in to one of the […]

By |September 15th, 2014|studio news|0 Comments

Happy New Year!

September is more a New Year to me than January.  In September I get a deep-seated urge to clean out the cupboards, de-clutter (metaphorically and literally), and goal set.  At home, we’ve cleaned out a couple of rooms, I’ve set meal plans in action, and I’ve also set aside time for my personal must-haves: exercise, […]

By |September 12th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments