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Happy New Year!

Submitted by on January 1, 2018 - 5:42 pm

Last year, I did something that I had never done before. I gave the year a word, a theme. I was inspired to do so by one of my mentors, to actually give a particular meaning to the year. I found it very helpful and am doing the same for 2018. You see, 2016 was a tough year for me. What started out as an exciting and uplifting year, ended mid-year with what felt like a crash. My personal life went from high to low, in an instant. (Some of you know the story, but what is more important is what I did with that turn of events.) I spent the second half of 2016 in a bit of a haze, and when 2017 began I committed to myself to make 2017 my year of “healing”. It was exactly that, a year in which I truly focused on what made me happy, and fulfilled. What brought me the most joy was being able to go back to what I love and create a new Pilates workout series, truly dedicated to you, my loyal fans. Creating my 21-Day Pilates Body program, on, was such fun for me. This time the programs were completely mine from start to finish. I’m thrilled with the result and hope that you will join us!

For 2018 though, I have a new word. It’s “expansion”. This is the year for extreme growth and development. I anxiously look forward to what I create and what naturally unfolds, as well.

Here’s to YOUR amazing 2018! What is your word for the year? Give it some thought. This year is yours to design and create. Go for it!

“All our dreams can come true, if you we the courage to pursue them.”

– Walt Disney

U Got It!

Submitted by on August 7, 2014 - 1:19 pm

I just love the Ugi ball, which stands for U Got It! It’s like a medicine ball, but even better, especially because of its “squish-factor”. Check it out, in action, here! And if you want to TRY it out, you can join Mari Winsor and me for a FREE Ugi class at Mari’s West Hollywood Studio. Get all the details here!

5 Simple Steps to Detox Your Body

Submitted by on February 8, 2014 - 10:35 pm

We are constantly battling stress and toxins in our life. Short of living in a bubble we will never be able to avoid them completely. So until our bubble-homes are built here are some simple tips to begin to detox your body, and get it back into balance.

Hídrate, Baby!  Hydrate! You should be drinking half of your weight in ounces daily. In other words, if you weight 140 pounds, you should be drinking at least 70 ounces of AGUA, not other liquids.

Baja Sal  Cut the salt – Many foods are already high in salt, no need to add any more.

Suave Con el Alcohol  Cut back on (or nix) the alcohol and caffeinated drinks (such as coffee, tea and soda). – These can all dehydrate the body.

De Colores   Eat at least one colorful meal a day. You’re busy, and on the go. Make sure that at least one meal a day is super colorful, and nutrient-dense.

¡Muévete!  Move it! – Not only will moving your body help you flush out toxins, stimulate endorphins and boost your energy, as Joseph Pilates said “Movement heals”.



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It’s my birthday!

Submitted by on January 14, 2014 - 1:12 am

I LOVE celebrating my birthday! And this year I want to celebrate it with YOU! And guess what! Next Monday, January 20th, is my b-day. So, to celebrate my day I’ve decided to host a LIVE Virtual Pilates Mat class with Q & A!!! Yes, I realize that it’s a Monday, but for many of you it’s a holiday (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day). So I hope that you’ll join me in the fun. (Don’t worry, if you can’t make it I’ll make sure to let you know how to access the video archive.)

So, go ahead and mark your calendar for b-day class, and questions with ME!!!

When? Monday, January 20th, 2014 @ 9:00AM Los Angeles/12:00PM New York/5:00PM London

Where? Online (Details forthcoming)

How? Make sure that you’re on my mailing list to get all the deets! Just enter your name and email at the top of this page and you won’t miss a beat!

See you next Monday!

Pilates & Cross Training

Submitted by on March 23, 2013 - 1:26 am

We’re about to start the new year, when everyone jumps on the bandwagon to shed the holiday pounds, and perhaps the additional weight that they put on earlier in the year. I’m all about people exercising, whatever their motivation. What worries me, however is how people jump into all kinds of extreme workouts without the required flexibility and core strength to do those types of exercise safely. That’s where Pilates comes in as the answer to building strength, flexibility and body awareness.  Because Pilates is “mind/body” exercise, (or as I prefer to refer to it, “conscious movement”), it really helps people become more “in tune” with their bodies. Being in tune with your body helps you know your limitations, strengths and weaknesses, when it comes to attempting any type of exercise, or endeavor.


I love Pilates, and I love cross training. My typical workout week includes studio cycling classes, Pilates mat & equipment workouts, ballet barre class and weight training. When I have the time I also like to throw in a Latin dance class. But what I like best of all is the body awareness that core strength that I have from my Pilates workouts that transcend to whatever workout I may do, on any given day. Not convinced? Add Pilates into your workout routine and see how it makes anything else you do better! Get started here!

Do you cross train, too? If so, let me know what workouts you enjoy doing.

5 Quick & Easy Ways to Burn 100 Calorías, (without even trying)

Submitted by on September 8, 2011 - 11:09 pm

It’s a Dogs’s Life! Enjoy a stroll to the dog park with your furry friend and quema (burn) 30 calorías in 10 minutos.  While he plays do 5 minutos of jumping jacks and burn 40 calories.  Hoof it back to your crib and you’ll burn the other 30.

Play them off! With the new Kinect Sports: Calorie Challenge from VBox Live ($4; you can go cabeza-a-cabeza against a virtual treat, and burn off the item’s calorías (100-plus for the Super Soda avatar, for example).  Enjoy activities such as running or boxing.

Jump like a kid! Did you know that jumping on a trampoline not only tones your legs, butt and abs but also burns 100 calorías in only 27 minutos.  And, it’s super fun, of course! So go ahead, be silly and jump around!

Be a tourist! Climb the steps of the Great Wall of China (or any ancient ruin) and burn 100 calorías in only 14 minutos.  No ruin in sight?  Hit your local museum, where you can quemar the same number of  calorías absorbing the art for 37 minutos.

Meet a pal on the mat! Join a friend in a local park for a mini-workout.  Start with 5 minutes of jogging (30 calorías) then have her hold your feet for 5 minutos of ab-work (40 calorías).  Finish up with 3 minutos of lunges (30 calorías).  You had fun and you’re done!

These are just a few ways to get your body moving and up your metabolism.  Curious what your waking day metabolic profile is (how much energy you expend in YOUR day)?  Stay tuned for my NEW Metabolic Profiling Program! Coming soon!