Fitness entrepreneur Kirsten King on how Pilates helps women return to themselves and their bodies.
Host Alison Rice sits down with fitness entrepreneur Kirsten King for an honest conversation about confidence and the healing powers of Pilates. On an energetic level, Kirsten helps her clients move into their feminine — to find their softness and grace. And on a physical and mental level, she helps heal physical and sexual trauma, body shame and hatred, calm anxiety and support depression. Produced by Studio Offline and in partnership with Estée Lauder.
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