Combining That Ahh Ha Moment with the 10,000-hour rule...

An " Ah-Ha Moment", we have all had them. Is it that spark in your mind for a new idea or simply clarity to reignite your motivation for some long-forgotten passion?

We have all heard of the 10,000-hour rule, the latest on that is it's not about the hours of practice but how you practice that makes you top in your field of endeavor.

It was my love of horses that led me to learn Pilates. Even after hours of lessons I just could not get my body to execute the cues the instructor was giving me. Equestrians are no different than other athletes and will do anything to improve their skills, after reading an article in Dressage Today on how an Olympian was using Pilates, I knew I had to find a studio and give it a try. The time was 1996 and there were not many studios in Southern Central NJ, only three to be exact. But, after the first class, I was hooked.

Then the Ahh Ha moment happened, it occurred to me how this amazing work could help just about everyone I knew. As a Massage Therapist and Bodyworker with years of hands-on experience and multiple certifications in many modalities still, something was missing. I was not able to give my clients something to take with them, something they could use to improve their bodies, minds and thus have more lasting relief from whatever it was that brought them to my office in the first place. I have found Pilates to be the missing piece.

Now many years later what a gift to be able to teach Pilates and share my experience Combine the coordination & strengthening aspect of Pilates with my hands-on bodywork, and assisted stretching is a winning combination.

Join me for a session in the Private Studio overlooking the beautiful indoor arena at IronGate Farm in Allentown, NJ.

Let me help you find that ah-ha moment of relief, whether you are an amateur athlete or a professional looking to have a long and successful career, you owe it to yourself ( and the horses you ride) to be the best during your practice sessions. Here's to 10,000 hours and beyond ...

Happy Riding!