Amy Havens – Unilateral Reformer (40 mins) – Level 2

Description

You will feel new connections in your body with this Reformer workout by Amy Havens. She plays with unilateral movement patterns in your arms and legs so you can work towards symmetry and balance. She focuses on finding a lift and length from the inside so you can stay connected to your center line.

What You’ll Need: Reformer

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Kathryn Ross-Nash – Foundational Mat 1 (30 mins) – Level 1

Description

What comes after pre-Pilates but before a full basic Mat class? If you are new to Pilates, then this foundational Mat workout by Kathryn Ross-Nash is perfect for you. She works on breaking down the exercises so you can build them up as you progress. She also informs you of the purpose of each exercise because this will remain the same, no matter what level you are.

What You’ll Need: Mat

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Benjamin Degenhardt – Full Studio Workout (60 mins) – Level 2/3

Description

Work your way up to a Handstand with this Mixed Equipment workout by Benjamin Degenhardt. He uses Pilates protocol, but tweaks the emphasis so you can find more space in the chest and upper body. He focuses on three main aspects for inversions: bearing weight in your hands, organizing the plumb line when upside down, and building mobility in the shoulders and torso.

What You’ll Need: Ladder Barrel, Cadillac, Wunda Chair, Reformer, Mixed Equipment, Wall

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Rael Isacowitz – Tendon Stretch Deconstructed (10 mins) – Level N/A

Description

Build a strong foundation for the Tendon Stretch on the Reformer with this tutorial by Rael Isacowitz. He breaks down the exercise, showing where you need to find support and how you can really stretch your tendons while you are moving. He also shares a few Mat exercises that can be used as preparations for the full exercise so you can work your way up to the advanced work.

What You’ll Need: Mat, Reformer

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Pat Guyton – Stomach Massage Progressions (15 mins) – Level N/A

Description

Why is Stomach Massage an exercise that many people dislike? In this tutorial, Pat Guyton looks at how we can progress this exercise so we can find the correct placement for our bodies so we can enjoy it more. She shares a basic movement called Happy Dog, Naughty Dog, and shows how this concept can be used in each position of the exercise.

What You’ll Need: Reformer

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