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Contrology

​필라테스 정통 운동 방식

Concentration, control, center, flow, precision and breathing

 

"Contrology" is an exercise routine that strengthens muscles through repetitive movements to alleviate pain, guiding individuals to perform their essential movements step by step and ultimately forming a complete sequence. Achieving this completed sequence signifies grasping a fundamental concept of Pilates.

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History of Pilates

필라테스의 역사

Pilates, also known as Contrology, originated in the mid-1910s around the time of World War I when Joseph H. Pilates, working at a prisoner-of-war camp in Lancaster, England, devised a method for inmates to exercise with simple equipment like beds and mattresses to address their lack of physical activity, rehabilitation needs, and mental conditioning. This marked the inception of the Pilates method.

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Mat

클래식 매트 운동

During Mat Pilates practice, fundamental principles should be maintained, focusing on proper breathing, core engagement, and learning basic movement patterns. Participants familiarize themselves with foundational principles and concepts in warm-up and sequences, while also acknowledging their body's limitations. Various small props are used in conjunction with gravity, utilizing one's body weight to enhance the exercises.

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Pilates

is a complete coordination of body, mind, and spirit.

 

필라테스는 몸과 마음과 영혼의 완전한 조화입니다.

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Apparatus

기구 운동

Pilates with the use of the equipments offers benefits such as posture improvement, core stability, muscle development, and spinal alignment, while also enhancing flexibility. Through a variety of movements, it aids in qualitative muscle strengthening and allows for over 100 exercises with intricate springs and straps. This makes it effective for athletes, seniors, patients with specific conditions, and those in need of rehabilitation, as it addresses all body areas comprehensively.

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