1. What Are The Differences Between Yoga and Pilates?

    Birds of a feather flock together, right? While yoga and pilates seem similar, they have some key differences. 2018 is coming to a close and the new year is right around the corner, which can only mean one thing — New Year’s resolutions! If you are curious about yoga or pilates, 2019 is your year! Make space for their practices and connect with your mind, body, and spirit in ways that are true…Read More

  2. How Often Should I Exercise?

    How Often Should I Exercise? Whether you're new to Every Body Balance or have been attending classes for a while, you might have asked yourself, "How often should I work out?" It depends. Fortunately, the Centers for Disease Control, the Mayo Clinic, the American Heart Association, and fitness gurus provide some useful guidelines. If your goal is to start out and establish a reasonable level of fi…Read More

  3. 3 Reasons Why Great Athletes Choose Pilates

    A growing number of professional athletes in sports are turning to Pilates to give them an edge over the competition. These include athletes in football, baseball, basketball, and soccer, as well as Olympic athletes. One of these athletes is Tom Brady, who is known for living a disciplined lifestyle, eating a healthy diet, and investing in preventive measures to keep him strong and fit for the lon…Read More

  4. The Health Benefits You’ll Reap From Doing Pilates

    A lot of the members of our Southborough community are big fans of Pilates, and with the amazing benefits that come with Pilates, it’s not hard to love. Here are a few tips from our Pilates studio in Metrowest on how many benefits you’re reaping for yourself every time you get onto the mat and do some exercises. Fitness Benefits of Pilates If you’ve ever watched a Pilates video, you know tha…Read More

  5. Every Body Fitness Pilates Class

    Important Pilates Facts

    When we started a fitness studio that emphasized both physical and mental wellness, we knew we had to include Pilates classes. Pilates combines facets of martial arts, yoga, and some Western exercises into a workout that emphasizes body control and stress relief. People who do Pilates end up with strong cores, better posture, flexibility, and peace of mind. Whether you’ve done Pilates for years …Read More