15 Levels of Wellness

15 to Fit Pilates. Inspired. Wellness is far more than just a Pilates studio.  We take a comprehensive approach to your health.

Our 15 Levels of Wellness are divided into three categories encompassing your total health.  Our clients choose to do a Baseline test and then progress through the levels with a personalized approach.  Together we discover areas that you may already be proficient in while prioritizing what needs to be improved.  

Mindset

What We Measure:

  • Relaxation Capabilities
  • Sleep quality and duration
  • Release techniques practice
  • Posture Analysis
  • Personal Goal


Mindset is often defined as an attitude, disposition or mood. In reality, mindset is usually what we tell ourselves about what we can or cannot do. In terms of our fitness goals, it is usually what we tell ourselves we can’t do….”I can’t work out because I am too busy, I am too tired, I am too stressed or don’t have the energy” and on and on! Often times, we tell ourselves we don’t have the knowledge to begin a fitness program or where to start. All of these things we tell ourselves can cause our mind to be the biggest hurdle to overcome. So how do you shift your mindset? There are multiple things that can factor into changing what we tell ourselves. From learning how to relax and manage stress, to better sleep habits and improving our posture…these may seem simple or unrelated but can go a long way in changing what we tell ourselves.

Nutrition

What We Measure:

  • Flexibility/Mobility  
  • Strength
  • Balance
  • Coordination
  • Personal Goal

Performance in terms of physical or health-related fitness is associated with skills that allow us to become and stay physically healthy. These skills span across Muscular Strength, Muscular Endurance, Cardiovascular Fitness, Body Composition and Flexibility. Our tendency is to focus on one or two of these skills, such as how fast can I run a 5K, how much weight can I bench press or training to run a marathon. In reality, we should be focused on some aspects of all of these skills to optimize our physical health. Focusing on all of these skills does not mean we are training to be an Olympic athlete. Whether we realize it or not, our bodies are relying on  balance, coordination, flexibility, mobility, strength and endurance in some capacity in our everyday lives. Improving our performance goes a long way in preventing injuries and allowing us to start and/or continue doing the activities we love to do for many years to come!

Performance

What We Measure:

  • Flexibility/Mobility  
  • Strength
  • Balance
  • Coordination
  • Personal Goal

Nutrition is the food or nourishment necessary for our health. More specifically, nutrition looks at how the body is using that nourishment and the relationship between what we consume and our health. Nutrition is primarily made up of Macronutrients (Carbs, Protein and Fat) which is our primary source of energy and Micronutrients (Vitamins and Minerals) which is important for immune function, bone health, growth and brain function just to name a few. Understanding what our body needs, the target amounts needed for our personal goals and our relationship with food (stress eating or eating your emotions etc.) is critical in helping us to become and stay healthy!