Sunday, June 18th at 9AM. An hour and a half of reformer, mini-trampoline, core strengthening and stretching. Please don’t forget to bring your tennis shoes. $25.00. MUST pay in advance. NO refunds.
All white clothing is 10% off. Check back in July for another updated sale! Also, check out our 50% off rack of clothes!
Gentle Yoga With Mandy. Friday May 19th at 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. The cost is $35.00.
Please bring two bath towels and a nice, thick blanket (no comforters).
This is a wonderful way to calm the nervous system. Our nervous system is bombarded with stresses like e-mail, texts, the news, environmental toxins and deadlines. We must take the time to wipe the slate clean and give our nervous system a well-deserved vacation.
This is two hours of beneficial postures where you are completely supported and comfortable. A guided mediation will aid in quieting the brain. This special class will work out the cobwebs that collected in our bodies over the winter and recharge us so we can enter the summer season a little light and happier.
GET TO KNOW MANDY!
Mandy is a mom, wife, and nature lover. As a former science teacher, she really enjoys the research behind meditation, breath and our energy field. The study of yoga has only gave her a deeper appreciation of the connection with one another, our environment, and especially ourselves. Mandy is trained in Hatha Yoga (E-RYT), Sacred Geometry Energy (level II), and Lakshmi Chair Yoga. She specializes in helping clients manage Alzheimer’s, Dementia, PTSD, MS, Parkinson’s, Anxiety, Schizophrenia, Bipolar, ADHD, and Autistic Spectrum Disorder. Mandy’s goal is provide a safe and loving environment and to share the technquies that have helped her along her journey. Mandy wishes to show everyone that they can flourish in their lives by finding balance, better energy and more joy.
Post a picture on our Facebook page or send us a Message of an amazing mother you know!
You are entering to win a nice gift from us to give to the beloved mother!
Pictures need to be in by May 6th! YOU get to vote on your favorite picture starting May 8th!
Winner will be announced on Mother’s Day, May 14th!
Shake What your Momma Gave Ya Mother’s Day Sampler.
May 14th, 2017, $25.
9.00-10:30 AM. An hour and a half workout with Nora using TRX,Ball, Weights and Mat!
Bring your moms!
- Buy $50 Gift Certificate, Get $5
- Buy $100 Gift Certificate, Get $10
- Buy $200 Gift Certificate, Get $25
Great gift for friends and loved ones.
Annual Client Appreciation Holiday Party will take place Wednesday November 18th, 2015 from 6pm-8:30pm.
All are welcome. We will have cocktails and nibbles, as well as local vendors selling their goods.
Here are the winning raffle ticket numbers from our fundraiser. If you have a winning number, please call/email the studio to redeem your prize. (586)772-7272. If you do not see an item that you raffled for, it was won in studio during the drawing.
Thanks again to all who participated to make this event a success!
- Red Wings Tickets: 809945
- Nerium Products: 809971
- Photography session with Adrienne Michael: 809984
- Standard Process Purification Kit: 809379
- Tigers Game tickets: 809968
- Italian Dinner basket with Olive Garden gift card: 809979
- Edwin Paul Salon products/gift card: 809909
- 5 Barre Classes with Kelsi gift certificate: 962987
- Tigers Game day snack bucket: 949050
- Pistons Tickets: 962920
- Home Spa Basket with candle: 360491
- Jamberry Basket: 962948
- Captain Morgan & Coke basket: 962982
- Bath salts & Candle basket: 949026
- Dapper Dog certificate: 962989
- Origami Owl Basket: 949024
- Terme Day Spa Basket: 962896
- K-Cups & stand with mugs: 9628761
- Flower arrangement & gift card to Dynamic Flowers of Royal Oak: 962856
- Willow Wax Certificate: 962905
- Beauty basket (mixed brands/products): 962974
My Pilates trainer and mentor always said “people who practice Pilates are either a glutton or a masochist depending on the way you look at it.” As someone who both practices and instructs Pilates, that statement instantly resonated with me. I’ve always enjoyed being active in a masochistic sort of way. In high school I ran cross country and couldn’t ever figure out why as I hated it, but somehow loved it at the same time. There was something about running through all sorts of terrain decorated by the elements in temperatures ranging anywhere from 45-100 degrees that made me feel like a complete badass, especially when people would say things like “Oh I couldn’t do that, there’s just no way.” So I’d wake up at the crack of dawn every Saturday morning to muscle through three miles and cross that finish line. It was like an exercise in masochistic neurophysiology that I seemed to be addicted to.
After high school I would run on occasion, but it wasn’t the same. There’s something about the energy swirling around a pack of runners that doesn’t compare to the track or treadmill. However, my craving to endure self- inflicted physical pain brought on by aerobic activity ceased to subside. In desperation I signed up for a class entitled Pilates 101. Although it wasn’t aerobic, the articulate isolation of muscle groups mixed with strange, contorted positions had all my body parts screaming. I could tell I wasn’t the only one in class who enjoyed this kind of torture. The energy emanating from all those glistening bodies slipping around their spongy mats as they twisted, extended, flexed and squeezed their muscles throughout the exercises was intoxicating. Eureka! I had finally found a regimen that felt amazingly torturous and I couldn’t get enough.
So what’s my point to all this talk of torture? A toned physique is NOT the point. After we have crafted a workout regimen that we find both effective and challenging, the reason for our participation is exactly that; it’s CHALLENGING! Our thighs will burn with the intensity of real flames, our abdominals will feel like they’re bursting, remembering to breathe somehow becomes difficult and there will be sporadic moments of extreme self- doubt. Yet, without so much as thought, we continue to come to class and put ourselves through what could be defined as misery on a weekly basis.
While many would argue that motivation is result driven, I would have to say that the results are merely a desired byproduct of journeying through the transformation of pain into pleasure. ‘People who practice Pilates are either a glutton or a masochist depending on the way you look at it.’ Our drive, endurance and patience are all rooted at the heart of that statement. In every workout we want to push ourselves to an edge that would not be found without persevering through strain, muscle spasms and overall discomfort. So the next time you scorn at the numbers on the scale, try remembering that there really isn’t a destination, just a never ending exercise in neurophysiology that you will seem to be addicted to.