Pilates for beginners is, of course, easier than those of the more advanced workouts, but it doesn’t mean that they are less effective. Everyone must be able to perform the most basic layers before progressing to the advanced levels. Most of the time, even those who know of the more advanced would trail back to the basic exercises.

Most people think that Pilates started in 1990. In reality, it started even before that time. Pilates actually started at the start of the 19th century, which is 90 years off the widely known and accepted date. The main purpose of the Pilates exercises is to learn movement of the body from a strong stable base with precision, flow and control while being in tune with the mind.  The techniques you learn from a workout can be and should be taken into your everyday life making Pilates a holistic approach to exercise.

There are many exercises that you could use if you are just starting. Pilates for beginners requires you to master certain techniques before beginning your basic program.

You have to make sure that you don’t do anything quickly. Pilates are exercises that could help your body be strong and flexible. You don’t need to do everything quickly, but you have to do everything in harmony to your breathing.

Before trying any Pilates exercises you must master 4 things that are crucial for learning pilates- first a correct standing posture, 2nd a neutral spinal alignment, 3rd thoracic breathing and 4th core engagement. All this sounds very confusing but with the right Pilates teacher and practice it will become second nature.