Theorist here. I always want to know who I get my advice from, so here’s a bit about me. I got my start in Pilates several years ago at Flex Studio in Hong Kong after a Physio recommended the workouts as the most effective way to bring my body back from painful, back-to-back pregnancies. I quickly honed in on the benefits and rewards of Pilates and found myself craving more and more challenge. The more I worked out, the more knowledge I wanted.
After 4 years of practice, I enrolled in an instructor training course under the Polestar Pilates® methodology at Iso Fit of Hong Kong. My initial motivation for enrolling was to deepen my own Pilates practice and understand the theory behind it. In other words, I had gotten to a point in my personal practice, that there was nowhere to go with it but pure geeky. Little did I know that I’d end up with a passion for teaching as well.
In early 2017, fueled by the infectious learning atmosphere at Iso Fit, I combined my passions for Pilates, teaching and communication to create Cueing Theory. My goal is to put Pilates into a digestible, approachable form for my clients. To do this, I pull from not only my own diverse interests and background, but also my environment – my natural surroundings, the city I live in, the brilliant instructors at the studios I frequent, and my family and friends. My hope is that through Cueing Theory, other instructors can find the connections I make between everyday life and Pilates helpful in communicating with their own clients; that they can utilize the blog as a resource to create better movement through better cues.
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