Why I love to . . . do Pilates – Irish Times


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Why I love to . . . do Pilates
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Lots of my life is spent inside boxes – the house, tour van, aeroplanes, theatres and radio stations. After the birth of my second child, I was desperate to explore something outside of my comfort zone and I stumbled upon Pilates. Even though it takes

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From posture to Pilates: dealing with the root causes of pain
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For more than six months, I struggled with a tendon injury. I couldn't run because of the pain but I continued walking and swimming, hoping it would heal. A casual chat with a physiotherapist led to an assessment, revealing I had simply been doing the

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Party and pilates in Clonskeagh for €4m
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Number 3 Vergemount, a five-bay three-storey property, across the road from Clonskeagh Hospital, is essentially a new build masquerading as a period property. It was auctioned in 2005 – the AMV was €1.5 million, and it was bought by a developer who …

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In a word… pilates – Irish Times


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In a word… pilates
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The pilates I refer to has a different pronounciation too, being “pile-a-tes”rather than “pilats”, and concerns exercises to which I have a serious allergy. I discovered this when it was recommended I might undergo such a regime some years ago. I had

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Pilates, French style – Irish Times


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Pilates, French style
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Frenchwoman Deborah Le Bidre is now offering Pilates classes for men and women through French at Complete Fitness, in Dublin, so you can limber up your language skills as well as your posture. It's an opportunity to practise your French whilst toning

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Muscling in to treat back pain
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Physiotherapist Sally Anne Quirke uses Pilates to manage back pain. “Doing Pilates inspired me to use it within the overall management of back pain.

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No age limits to working out
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And physiotherapists say older people can also use Clinical Pilates to manage pain and improve their quality of life. Former Leinster rugby physiotherapist Frances Moran says she has treated many people in their 60s and 70s. “Clinical Pilates allows us

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If you do one thing this week. . . strengthen your core muscles
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If you have ever done Pilates, you'll know all about your “core”, that supportive suite of muscles in your trunk. If your core is strong, it helps protect

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What every Irish male needs to know
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They drink still water instead of pints, and are comfortable talking about prostate or Pilates in the gym locker room. Or are they?

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LIFESTYLE Q&A: Michelle Doherty, DJ and broadcaster with Phantom 105.2
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I do Pilates once a week at least and then I do Bikram yoga once or twice a week, as much as I can squeeze in basically. I love it so much, I find it helps

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