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Tone is universal. It is indigenous to all people of the world as it is the oldest social engagement system, used by animals and humans alike to communicate with each other. Existing long before language was developed, it is deeply embedded in the phylogenetic inheritance of the human species.
In so saying, whether you speak Mandarin, Japanese, Russian or Swahili places no hindrance to the teaching and learning of the Pilates method, because the way we teach and the way you learn the Pilates method is functionally independent of the language you speak. By engaging you to rhythmically intone the movement patterns as you perform them, we can establish very clearly the reason why you are not doing what you are supposed to be doing; and more importantly we can show you how you can do what you are supposed to be doing more efficiently and expediently. So, we do not necessarily need language to teach.
The Bodyhood Pilates Approach Synthesis
From the pond into the stream, from the stream into the lake.
From the lake into the river, from the river into the sea
and from the sea into the ocean.
What is discovered in the pond is carried into the stream.
What is discovered in the stream is carried into the lake.
What is discovered in the lake is carried into the river.
What is discovered in the river is carried into the sea
and what is discovered in the sea is carried into the ocean.
The ocean is the only place one needs to go to
because it is the only place that contains
all that is, all that have been and all that will be.