This is not your average Pilates before and after. You’re not going to find any photos or talk of body weight. For us at Lindywell, the true “before and after” is often felt even more than seen—and this is how we find our members naturally reframe their transformation after joining. When workouts meet you where …
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This is not your average Pilates before and after. You’re not going to find any photos or talk of body weight. For us at Lindywell, the true “before and after” is often felt even more than seen—and this is how we find our members naturally reframe their transformation after joining.
When workouts meet you where you’re at, make movement easier to access, and support your mental health, the before and after goes much deeper than what can be seen in a photo. So come along with me as I share some beautiful transformations from our Lindywell members. You may even find you want to reframe the way you look at your health transformation too—or become a member yourself!
Before: I can never stick with my workouts.
After: It’s easy to show up every day, no matter how I’m feeling.
Consistency, specifically the need for it, was my catalyst for starting Lindywell. I struggled for most of my adult life to stick with my workouts. (You might be familiar with this!) The start-and-stop habit as my motivation ebbed and flowed was frustrating—I wanted to be consistent with workouts for my mind and body, but I just couldn’t grind through those hard and long sessions over and over.
And understandably so, as I can see now that I was trying to force my body to do something it didn’t want to do. Some days I was craving light and easy, other days I wanted to push a little harder. This is natural (especially for those of us women with a cycle) and more supportive of the mind and body.
When I discovered Pilates, began to listen to my body and reframed my mindset around exercise to choose grace over guilt, I experienced an incredible transformation.
I created Lindywell to help more people experience the same thing. The Lindywell approach includes a wide range of workout lengths (10 to 45 minutes) but focuses specifically on building the habit of short Pilates workouts naturally into your day. Pairing this with a grace-over-guilt mindset allows you to break free of old patterns that have been keeping you stuck and finally see results in a fresh, new way. Our members experience this on a daily basis!
Here’s Sarah’s Pilates before and after:
“I love Lindywell! I’ve been a member for almost three years and I’ve never been this consistent with workouts! During this time, I’ve been pregnant and postpartum and continue to complete these workouts 3 to 4 times a week! I have 6 kids and often times they will join me in my workouts! It’s the best monthly investment I have!”
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Before: My workouts need to be painful to see results.
After: Workouts get to be enjoyable and effective.