Get a FREE pair of Pilates socks

Get a FREE pair of Pilates socks

We’re entering the season of giving gifts, but for many of us it can also mean a very busy and stressful time.

Following the saying “Don’t put off till tomorrow what you can today”, I suggest you book & pay now for your Pilates course, starting in January 2018. Giving you peace of mind over the holidays and making it easy to get into routine after the indulging Christmas break.

For every course payment of £60 I receive from now until 15 December 2018 you get a free pair of Pilates socks. You can sign up here: Course 1 2018 £60

Here are the course details:

Tuesday, 9 January 2018

  • 8:30 am Pilates
  • 9:40 am Mindful Pilates

Friday, 12 January 2018

  • 9:30 am Pilates with Ingrid
  • 10:30 am Pilates for Bone Health with Ingrid

Each class runs over a course of 5 weeks until Tuesday, 6 Feb / Friday, 9 Feb 2018, each course is £60.

Secure your space in your preferred class now and your free socks are waiting for you in the first class back in January 2018!

Click here for payment: http://santispilates.com/sign-up-now-and-get-a-free-gift/

Best kept secret that makes you look younger

Best kept secret that makes you look younger

Many of us don’t want to get older. They want ‘eternal youth’. They hate wrinkles and worry about getting grey hair. Luckily we live in a time where we have access to various tools and little remedies to help us look younger than we actually are. We use cosmetics, fashion, accessories and some people even use a magic touch of a surgeon to work against time.

But all these enhancements are not the only way to keep up a youthful appearance. The way we move our body can give away our real age or make us look even older than we are.

A supple and toned body can take years off you! A body with good spinal flexibility and rotation can move smoothly through our daily tasks. Firm arms and legs with good joint mobility move with a lighter touch and imply youth.

Even if we can’t escape natural ‘wear and tear’ of our bones and joints but keeping our body in shape doesn’t only look good it also prevents us from various age related diseases.

Good core stability helps us maintaining good posture, a flatter tummy and eventually can prevent bladder incontinence. It also enables us to move with more lightness through the day.

Taking care of our spine and retaining its flexibility and mobility means we can bend and twist, stand tall and absorb impact generated by walking, running, jumping without experiencing pain.

I couldn’t agree more with Joseph Pilates who said:

“If your spine is inflexibly stiff at 30, you are old. If it is completely flexible at 60 you are young.”

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