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Pilates VS Yoga

What are the difference?
Date: Fri-Oct-25-2013-
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I have practiced Pilates for over 20 years and been a certified instructor since 1999. (I have also practiced plenty of yoga.)

They are very different modalities. Yoga is primarily a spiritual practice that includes a physical component. Pilates is a method of exercise that might contribute to one's spiritual well-being, but it doesn't involve deities or meditation. Nor are "bulking up abdominal muscles" or "incinerating abdominal fat" part of its stated goals. (Only diet can change the fat around your midsection, and most Pilates students want to avoid bulky muscles anywhere.)

While Pilates does "re-inforce the muscles of the abdominal wall" and "re-balance pre-existing assymetries," it is a disservice to Pilates and its practitioners to imply that its main goal is abdominal strength. Pilates is meant to be a total-body-mind system of exercise. 
[d] By: cuga
Date: Fri-Oct-25-2013
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Mat Pilates and yoga overlap a great deal. I've done yoga poses in Pilates class, and Pilates exercises in yoga class. However similar their actions can be, , however, the focus and purpose of these disciplines are very different. In yoga the (physical) aim is to stregthen the back body and let go of the gripping or clenching tendency of the front body. Lengthen and strengthen: the strength should come from your skeletal structure rather than muscle alone. You strive for equipoise, without strain. In Pilates, you do most of your work (hard work) across the front body (many versions and many repetitions of crunches). It is entirely muscle based, and even though posture is key to the princliples of Pilates, you do little balance work. For my body -- middle aged, tense, osteoporotic, and harboring many old injuries -- I find yoga to be the healthier choice. But so much depends on the particularities of ones body, the skill of the teachers, and the forms of yoga and Pilates chosen (Pilates mat vs. reformer, and the many different forms and practices of yoga) that I don not think there is a universal answer to which discipline is better or healthier.
[d] By: catgirl
Date: Fri-Oct-25-2013
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