Podcast Episode 138: Meet Jordan Beinhorn, the Founder of Pilates on Traction and a Modern Day Healer Who’s Layering the Healing Arts Into Modern Day Pilates

Have you ever thought you knew someone really well… Maybe just from something as innocuous as their incredibly beautiful and inspirational Instagram feed and… One day you meet them and realize how truly little you’ve been blessed to see? This is exactly what I felt like when I actually met Jordan Beinhorn. She’s a classical […]

April 25, 2019

READY AIM EMPIRE : Podcast Episode 138: Meet Jordan Beinhorn, the Founder of Pilates on Traction and a Modern Day Healer Who’s Layering the Healing Arts Into Modern Day Pilates

Have you ever thought you knew someone really well…

Maybe just from something as innocuous as their incredibly beautiful and inspirational Instagram feed and…

One day you meet them and realize how truly little you’ve been blessed to see?

This is exactly what I felt like when I actually met Jordan Beinhorn.

She’s a classical girl, who shows off moves on pieces you don’t normally even see in most studios {hello, guillotine}…

And, she looks pretty doggone good doing them in her home based studio in LA.

But, that my friends, is barely scratching the surface of this healer and her realm of possibility.

Maybe it was her training in Reiki {after all, I’m the girl that brought my Reiki Master into the birth room}…

Or her exploration of healing arts and energetic work that she infuses into her classical Pilates training…

Or simply her willingness to call the work that we do, what it really is {yes, healing}, that made me fall in love with her.

*{Jordan, you may not be getting rid of me, my friend, ’cause this friendship’s going to be life long}*

But, this eye opening conversation of what we can bring to the table as we work with clients, in everything from visual to verbal cueing to the intimacy of sacred spaces in your studio to the powerful, life changing, healing work that Joseph Pilates AND his next generation of teachers brought to the table…

Well, it’s one you’re not gonna want to miss.

On today’s episode, you’ll learn:

  • How Jordan’s dancing and figure skating career introduced her to Pilates
  • Why she chose an intimate home-based studio
  • How a health diagnosis led Jordan on a path of learning about the healing
    arts
  • The ways that the healing arts, combined with Pilates, has changed the
    life of her clients
  • Why you have to focus on both the emotional body and the physical body
    to make the real changes happen

With grit + gratitude,

Lisé Kuecker

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