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Mill Creek Keto  Trouble arises when we teach lateral breathing rather than allow it to be discovered by the student. A better time to mention this is after the form becomes familiar and core muscles and concentration are strong. The truth is that neither the student nor the teacher need know anything about lateral breathing to get the full benefits of Pilates. 

This is just one example of  Mill Creek Keto how we as Pilates teachers make it much more difficult than it need be. We do the same thing with a host of issues from body alignment to muscle engagement. 

Why all the complexity? I think it comes from our highest motives: our passion and concern! Pilates leads every teacher to depths of understanding about so much of our body and our mind, and like insight born of meditation, we feel compelled to share it.

There is nothing wrong with this, but in the process we seem to forget basic principles of good teaching: keep it simple, and make very few corrections in the beginning, or as a great teacher once advised me: "Notice everything but respond to very little!"

Let me go a bit deeper here, because this is not simply an issue of timing or how best to teach beginners. I wonder if some of our important insights should be shared at all. A discovery we make may be true and important, but someone else may experience it quite differently born of a different learning style or kinesthetic understanding. This is where teaching becomes an art. We can help a student see something by sharing our understanding. We can also deny a student their own discoveries by distracting or overwhelming them with ours.

Let's simplify. Edit instruction to the essentials and let everything else be a sidebar. Sure, where special needs arise that's another story. But I think we see more special needs than there really are. And just maybe the student doesn't want or need much else.

Interestingly, rare film footage of Joseph Pilates teaching a beginner shows that he too taught in a simple and direct way with very spare instruction.

The second point I want to make is that Pilates is exercise! What I mean is that exercise is work which is often uncomfortable. We are too quick to stop and even remove Pilates exercises when they are uncomfortable. For example, in the classic Pilates exercise known as "The 100", the neck usually feels strained in the beginning. This is not a problem. It's natural for the neck to feel strain and discomfort whjen it is weak. There's nothing wrong with this discomfort or the exercise. Rest the head if it's unbearable, but continue the exercise. Lift the head back up and finish the exercise. 

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