Get ready for your day with a quick Mat workout by Troy McCarty. He teaches the workout that he does in the morning before going to work. Throughout the class, shares little tips that he learned from Romana Kryzanowska and Bruce King which will help refine your technique.
Follow Tracey Mallett around as she takes us through the All Access Party that we hosted at the 2017 PMA Conference in Palm Springs, California. She takes you through the Red Carpet, Silent Disco, and much more to show you all of the amazing “Rock Stars” who attended the party! It was an amazing night full of dancing, contests, and rock and roll!
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Work on challenging transitions in this advanced Mat workout with Sally Anderson. She starts the class with a warm up to activate the center of your body. She then works on flowing through advanced exercises, sprinkling creative variations throughout.
If your body is feeling cranky today, this this Tower workout by Kristi Cooper and Meredith Rogers is perfect for you! They teach a feel-good class, focusing on stretching and lengthening so you can feel more mobile in your body. They include a nice mix of traditional exercises as well as a few creative variations to make the class fun as well.
What You’ll Need: Tower
Look at the angles of turnout that are common for dancers in this quick tutorial with Kara Wily. She shares how precise it can be so you can figure out the range of motion for your body. This will help you have better alignment so that you can dance with more ease and control.
What You’ll Need: No props needed
There are a few common issues that most Pilates teachers face at some point in their careers, and in this tutorial, Carrie Macy offers a few tips that can help minimize them. She talks about burnout, teaching people with conditions that are new to us, practicing what we preach, and more. This is a great way to get inspiration so that we can continue to teach while taking care of ourselves.
What You’ll Need: No props needed
Rethink your Pilates practice as you integrate primitive movement patterns to reclaim your game and walk/run with a whole new purpose! In this series of classes Myriam will guide you through these neural resets within the framework of a basic Pilates Mat class, a Band workout, and a Jump Board Reformer session to bring ease to your walking and running practice and to turn back the hands of time! Walking, running, or simply cross patterning is a prime neural reset that can truly make a difference in your aging process and is actually natural movement. Reintegrate so that you don’t disintegrate!
A towel is not required for this class, but it may be useful to have a towel or small pillow near for some exercises.
You will get your heart pumping with this cardio Reformer workout by Amy Havens. She teaches a circuit-style class that mixes in the Magic Circle, Jump Board, and a little Mat work to Reformer routine. She starts with abdominal work to help you create a connection before you go into more intense jumps.
What You’ll Need: Reformer, Jump Board, Magic Circle
If you like using Hand Weights, then this quick Mat workout by Meredith Rogers is perfect for you. She teaches nice and simple movements so that you can check-in with your whole body throughout the class. She also adds in a few coordination exercises to challenge your mind in addition to your body.
What You’ll Need: Mat, Hand Weights
Work on strengthening your upper body while improving our flexibility in this Cadillac workout by Deborah Harris. She offers ideal conditioning for dancers, working on the areas they often neglect. She includes fun variations with the Arm Springs and Trapeze, including an interesting twist to the Ballet Stretches at the end. Enjoy!
What You’ll Need: Cadillac, Reformer Box