So first up- OMG! A new blog post! What is going on? Who is this?
I know, it’s been a while. But here I am! Hopefully contributing a little more often from now on.
So moving right along…
I spent this weekend educating at the Polestar Pilates studio course. I had attended this particular module a number of times and the lecture given was all about imagery.
For any of you who know the main educator Dav Cohen, you will know he has the most marvellous way of not only keeping information you’ve heard many times over fresh but also inspiring new thoughts.
During the lecture, Dav posed the question “is it better to cue more or less? What is your ultimate goal?” We talked about our cues becoming in time less and less invasive until eventually our Pilates clients embody the work so well they don’t need our cues. Eventually we are just holding the space for them to explore this amazing work themselves.
I came to realise the interesting interaction between the traditional apparatus and the Pilates matwork in a studio environment in relation to cueing. Continue reading