Surprising New Findings About Depression
Recent research has found that strengthening the neural connections in our brain dramatically decreases the negative self-talk loop so prevalent in depression.
Slow and controlled movement as featured in Pilates tends to engage more of our attention. When mind and body are engaged in this way we create stronger and denser pathways in the brain.
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Thus Pilates exercise done in this way can be a great tool in dealing with and managing depression.
Take a look at this wonderful brief video for more detail about how Pilates can address depression.