Lynda Lippin

For over 33 years, Lynda Lippin’s clients (including Donna Karan, Laurie Anderson, and Joe Walsh) have trusted her to help them get stronger and function better, with less pain. In fact, former Financial Times travel editor Rahul Jacob says that Lynda is the best Pilates teacher and personal trainer he’s ever worked with. Currently, Lynda is the CEO of Lynda Lippin Pilates, LLC, where she helps women over 50 increase their bone density, and eliminate chronic pain through her online Strong Bones programStrong Bones classes, and private sessions. She also serves Pilates Teachers through the Pilates Teacher Mastermind®, a business accelerator and continuing education program.

Incontinence & Your Pelvic Floor

A Wealth of Women’s Health – Incontinence & Your Pelvic Floor

Did you know that the largest group suffering from urinary incontinence (UI) in the US is women over 50? I was at the pharmacy the other day and happened to run through the underwear protection aisle (I lump all pad products, whether they be for menstrual blood or urine, together as underwear protection). Since my …

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Exercise for neck and shoulder pain

A Wealth of Women’s Health: Exercise for Neck & Shoulder Pain

So many women suffer from neck and shoulder pain, and the fallout from the pandemic has made things worse. Between general stress, working from home, and lack of exercise, we are currently in a perfect storm for neck and shoulder pain. To add to this, if you already have an osteoporosis-related wedge fracture, your upper …

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A Wealth of Women’s Health – Best Functional Exercises for Bone Strength

This is osteoporosis month! If you’re concerned with bone health, these exercises will help you. What Is Osteoporosis? May is Osteoporosis Awareness Month in the US. If you’ve had a bone density test, you know if you’re a fracture risk. They check your lumbar spine (lower back), your femurs (thigh bones), and sometimes your wrists. …

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Why Willpower Rarely Works with Lynda Lippin

Why Willpower Rarely Works

Willpower is seen as a positive character trait in Western culture. Having willpower is being strong, self-controlled, and appropriate. Merriam Webster defines willpower in two ways, “the ability to control one’s own actions, emotions, or urges,” and “strong determination that allows one to do something difficult.” While this doesn’t sound bad, the problems come when …

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4 Health and Fitness Tips for the Busy Person by Lynda Lippin #TheWellnessUniverse #WUVIP #WUWorldChanger #Health

4 Health and Fitness Tips for the Busy Person

Even with COVID isolation, we are all still busy. Whether you are home-schooling, working from home, or just going about your regular schedule, you’re still busy. Often, it’s our health and fitness that suffer when we are too busy. If you aren’t taking care of yourself and keeping yourself feeling and functioning at your best, …

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Top 10 Reasons that Reiki Is Used by Lynda Lippin #TheWellnessUniverse #WUVIP #Reiki

Top 10 Reasons that Reiki Is Used

Reiki is a completely non-invasive, biofield energy healing practice that has been well-studied, and is considered to be both safe and effective as an adjunct to Western medicine. Reiki treatments affect positive changes in the body’s subtle energy field that help improve our health and wellbeing. And, the effects are cumulative! I first experienced Reiki …

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