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Korean Journal of Leisure, Recreation & Park - Vol. 46 , No. 2

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Korean Journal of Leisure, Recreation & Park - Vol. 46, No. 2, pp. 87-100
Abbreviation: KSLRP
ISSN: 1598-0413 (Print)
Print publication date 30 Jun 2022
Received 01 May 2022 Revised 09 Jun 2022 Accepted 17 Jun 2022
DOI: https://doi.org/10.26446/kjlrp.2022.6.46.2.87

만성 허리통증을 안고 살아가는 세 여성 직장인의 필라테스 경험에 관한 내러티브 탐구
이혜경1 ; 김미혜2 ; 원형중3
1이화여자대학교 박사과정
2서울과학기술대학교 연구교수
3이화여자대학교 교수

Narrative Inquiry on Pilates Experiences of Three Female Office Workers Living with Chronic Back Pain
Lee, Hye-Kyoung1 ; Kim, Mi-Hye2 ; Won, Hyung-Joong3
1Ewha Womans University
2Seoul National University of Science & Technology
3Ewha Womans University
Correspondence to : Won, Hyung-Joong E-mail: hjwon@ewha.ac.kr


Abstract

The purpose of this study is to explore the Pilates experience process as a leisure activity for three female office workers living with chronic back pain using a narrative method. Participants in the study are women in their 30s and 40s who are living with chronic back pain and participated in Pilates for 3 to 5 years. The results of the study that analyzed and interpreted the meaning of the experiences through their stories are as follows. First, they participated in k-pop dance and tango to gain fun, high energy, and enthusiasm that will be able to increase subjective vitality despite their back pain. Second, however, they experienced dissatisfaction in dance classes due to their back pain and muscle stiffness, and started Pilates exercises at the recommendation of a instructor. Third, they participated in Pilates with patience to have slim bodies, toned bodies, and elegant bodies when dancing, as well as reduced back pain. Fourth, they became close to the female instructor and made pleasant memories such as eating, shopping, and going to dance clubs after exercising. Fifth, although all of them are stopping Pilates due to COVID-19 and pregnancy, Pilates has become at the center of their lives, not just a leisure activity. The results of the study provided basic data for understanding the leisure needs of young office workers with chronic pain and to improve their quality of life.


Keywords: Chronic pain, female office workers, pilates, therapeutic recreation, narrative
키워드: 스마트폰 의존, 사회적 위축, 운동참여, 청소년

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