Ninety-nine percent of the people who walk into your studio will have imbalances, due to injury, disorders, sports (tennis players and golfers - this is for you!) or any other repetitive activity. In this workshop, held at the Classical Pilates Conference UK in 2013, Jay focuses on how to address the more common imbalances teachers encounter on a daily basis, including scoliosis or knee surgery. Some will require constant, long-term attention while others simply fix themselves through proper movement. Whichever the case, the first and most important thing is to simply get the body moving and observe. Keeping this in mind, Jay has tips for straightening things right up—his primary instruments of choice being the Reformer, Wunda Chair, Cadillac and, of course, the Neck Tensometer. Join Jay in this long, but rewarding journey to mastering what the Pilates method is all about - returning balance to the body. Find out more about working with Jay Grimes at www.VintagePilates.com. For information on attending the next event planned by Amy Kellow of Everybody Pilates, please visit Classical Pilates Convention UK.