July 10 this year marked the 15th year anniversary of when I started my business, then known simply as Pilates Proactive. It has caused me to reflect on where it all began, given we are on the precipice of launching ourselves into establishing a fourth practice in St Peters in a couple of weeks’ time.
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By Rachel Combe – Founder, Director and Principal Physiotherapist of Physio Pilates Proactive You would have to be living under a rock to have not noticed the huge surge of … Read More
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