Pilates has caught the attention of many because of all the Bollywood celebrities who have chosen it as their workout solution. Be it Kareena Kapoor, Sonakshi Sinha, Malaika Arora Khan or Kangana Ranaut everyone turns to celebrity trainer and fitness maverick, Namrata Purohit. Pilates is a unique exercise form which aims towards building a toned body by strengthening your core and increasing your muscle strength.
Well good news for all the fitness buffs of Pink City! – Namrata Purohit launched her 10th Pilates studio in Jaipur on Saturday evening. This was the launch of Namrata’s 10th studio in the country against the backdrop of the pink city of Jaipur. The state-of-the-art studio is spread across 1700 square feet area to serve as a spacious haven for fitness buffs. The studio will feature customized workout regimes with priority given to the balance between equipment and enough breathing space to fulfil all health needs. The colour palette of the studio is a combination of taupe, beige, black and grey which helps create a contemporary space that matches international standards. The minimalistic yet lively interiors serve as the perfect canvas for the health conscious to find their stride
Where has Pilates comes from?
Pilates was created in the 1920s by the physical trainer Joseph Pilates (1880-1967) for the purpose of rehabilitation. Some of the first people treated by Pilates were soldiers returning from war and dancers such as Martha Graham and George Balanchine (to strengthen their bodies and heal their aches and pains). Since the 1920s, the basic tenets that Joseph Pilates set down have been preserved, and to this day, even with some modifications, the Pilates remains true to its origins. (Source: medicine.net)
Find them at The Pilates Studio, F 30, Azad Marg, C-Scheme, Jaipur
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