Author Archive for: TINA

The Case for Daddy’s Girls

I am a Daddy’s girl; always have been.   That’s because I got lucky; the Universe paired me with Ehret Oscar Ramey to be my counselor, teacher, mentor, protector and friend.  Ehret Ramey was my adopted Father.   As a child he had curly hair, and his lower income family moved a lot which made him vulnerable to teasing and bullying.  He learned

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Share the Benefits of Meditation with us

Perhaps you’ve already made steps toward a healthier you by turning to our T School program for getting your diet and fitness in line. Another great long-term change that helps your body is the practice of meditation. Meditation has been studied for thousands of years by many different cultures and provides a wide range of benefits. Meditation is very popular because

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Ten Reasons to Eat Local

Local food is fresher, healthier and tastes better, because it spends less time in transit from farm to plate, and therefore, loses fewer nutrients and incurs less spoilage. As part of our commitment to supporting your efforts to eat clean, whole foods, Pilates 1901 is offering a FREE Support Your Local Farmer Workshop on Thursday, April 27th at 630 pm

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Sunday the Right Way

It was a bright Sunday morning, the sun was shining bright in the Winter sky, and best of all, Herb woke up feeling better than he had in weeks. This was reason enough to make a plan for an outing, a field trip! (Back story: on our recent trip to Costa Rica, Herb contracted pneumonia which had the expected detrimental

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Goals: Overrated or Necessary

As someone who coaches people to help them make positive changes in their lives, it may seem curious that I am lukewarm regarding the subject of goals, goal setting and even, ‘goal tending.’ Not all goals are good, even when created from a place of sincerity.  Some goals, in fact, can hinder our forward progress simply because they miss the

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The Problem with Discipline by Tina Sprinkle

It’s that time of year when we tend to get riled up and set all sorts of lofty goals for ourselves. In layman’s terms this is called New Year’s Resolutions… in my industry it’s more like a False Positive- that sudden jump in gym attendance due to this sudden burst of inspiration.  Inspiration that peters out sometime between Valentine’s Day

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Why It’s Easy to Feel Stuck in the Middle

Do you ever feel you’re not moving forward, having a hard time making decisions or simply feel low level anxiety because you’re not exactly where you want to be in life. T School Coach Tricia Collins and I were discussing this feeling on a recent walk together.  We shared how we each deal with the “dirty middle” and how, these

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Your Year End Review Worksheet

Tamie Rising, a professional development coach and presenter for T School shared some questions she asks herself each year around December 31. For over a decade now, she’s taken some quiet time to ask herself some version of these questions. Questions can help each of us take a huge step back and reflect on the last 365 days, celebrate

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