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The Pilates Goddess Podcast

The Pilates Goddess Podcast

Join Pilates Goddess & Master Teacher Lynda Lippin for this fun and informative podcast. Enjoy a mix of solo episodes, plus interviews with thought leaders in Pilates, Fitness, Business, Women's Health, Stress Management, and Chronic Pain. Whether you need help running a Pilates business and teaching special populations, or you want to learn more about Pilates, fitness, health, and how it all works together, you're in the right place!

Recent Episodes

May 2, 2024

121. For Experienced Pilates Teachers

Are you bored teaching? Not feeling the work in your own body? Getting annoyed with your clients? Let's talk about how taking Pilates back to basics can invigorate your body and your teaching! Workshop link - https://app.ac…
April 30, 2024

120. For New Pilates Teachers

Let's talk teaching Pilates and how to make it easier for you and more fun for your clients. Take Pilates back to basics! Workshop link - https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=14156973&appointmentType=category:…
April 27, 2024

119. Back to Basics

Let's take Pilates back to basics! Workshop link - https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=14156973&appointmentType=category:Workshops%20for%20Pilates%20Teachers Find me: Website - https://lyndalippin.com Pilates…
March 12, 2024

118. Replay - Cues Pilates Teachers Shouldn't Use

This early episode from 2022 is very important! You may notice that I have very distinct opinions about how to teach Pilates, and especially regarding language and cues. The three cues I outline in this episode are useless, …
March 7, 2024

117. Pilates Class Structure

Whether you're a Pilates teacher or consumer, you probably have questions about the structure of a Pilates class. In this episode I answer all your questions. Find me: Website - https://lyndalippin.com Pilates Teacher Master…
March 5, 2024

116. Blended Workouts Gone Wrong

Somehow every workout class today is selling itself as blended - HIIT cardio, strength training, and mobility work all in one. Unfortunately, this approach waters down the effectiveness of each class of work, and is unsustai…