TORONTO, May 1, 2019: Body Harmonics, one of Toronto’s most established Pilates institutions, is excited to announce the launch of its new On Demand platform for streaming and downloading its own brand of Pilates & Movement videos. Set to launch publicly on May 4, 2019, in conjunction with international Pilates Day, the On Demand service will allow people everywhere to access Body Harmonics’ “feel-great” programs anywhere, anytime. Guided by founder Margot Mckinnon, M.Ed., Body Harmonics On Demand will focus on helping users feel strong and confident in their bodies—wherever they are and whatever stage of life they’re in. By leveraging her knowledge of Pilates, movement and exercise science, McKinnon has created an experience that is energizing, accessible and, for some, transformative. More than just another “feel the burn” exercise system, every On Demand program is geared towards helping people move the way nature intended—with strength and ease—their whole life long.
According to McKinnon, “For me, being fit and healthy goes far beyond looking great. It’s about being able to move through life with as great a sense of ease and wellbeing as possible—for as long as possible. Our long-standing clients have taught us that being able to move with strength and ease is far more important to them than focusing on unrealistic (and often unsafe standards) for fitness and beauty.”
Body Harmonics On Demand will launch with more than 65 Pilates & Movement video titles (500-plus hours) and more than a dozen how-to eBooks at digital.bodyharmonics.com. The company plans to add additional titles every month to help keep subscribers inspired and motivated to move well every day with the help of Body Harmonics.
Body Harmonics On Demand videos, available through monthly or annual subscriptions, provide access to hundreds of hours of restorative to advanced level Pilates & Movement videos, including the first ever “Desk Sitters” series launching May 4, 2019. This highly anticipated series will allow people to move their bodies while at work or if they have mobility impairments. Videos can be streamed from a computer, Apple TV, smartphone or tablet. They can also be downloaded for offline viewing. With monthly and annual subscriptions available, as well as access to instructional eBooks (priced separately), Body Harmonics On Demand hopes to be able to help people everywhere to feel and look their best their whole life long—on their own time.
Body Harmonics, founded by Margot McKinnon, M.Ed., has been at the forefront of helping people move well, teach well and be well since 1998. At its two Pilates & Movement Studios and Health Clinics in Toronto, at a growing number of Teacher Training Centres worldwide, and through its innovative and accessible digital content, which is available via its On Demand platform, Body Harmonics has helped thousands of people transform their lives for the better.
Body Harmonics On Demand videos & eBooks: digital.bodyharmonics.com