Sherri Betz – Sacroiliac Assessment (30 mins) – Level N/A

Sacroiliac dysfunction is common for many people. In this tutorial, Sherri Betz gives Shelby, a dancer, an assessment to determine whether her back pain is being caused by sacroiliac dysfunction or something else. She tests different movements to see what causes pain and what causes relief. From here, she will be able to teach Shelby exercises that will help improve her imbalances and motor control.

Note: This assessment is being done by a licensed physical therapist. Pilates teachers should not try these assessments.

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Benjamin Degenhardt – Push Through Bar (15 mins) – Level N/A

Description

Learn how you can relate your body to the semi-circular trajectory of the Push Through Bar with this tutorial by Benjamin Degenhardt. He explains how we have to dynamically adjust our bodies to receive the load from the spring and how the spring can be both supportive and restrictive in the same exercise. He uses Push Through, Reverse Push Through, Teaser, and Swan as examples for this concept.

What You’ll Need: Cadillac

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Gia Calhoun – Mat for Traveling (30 mins) – Level 2

Description

You will feel the length in your body after taking this Mat workout with Gia Calhoun. She teaches a class designed to ease the stiffness that comes after a long flight. She focuses on opening the front of your body while activating your back body so you feel tall while you are on vacation.

What You’ll Need: Mat, Overball

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Meredith Rogers – Energetic Reformer Flow (45 mins) – Level 2/3

Description

You will feel the energy surging through your body with this Reformer workout by Meredith Rogers. She teaches a more advanced class, reminding you to listen to how your body is feeling today so you can stay safe during each movement. She includes fun variations for exercises like Rowing, Side Overs, and much more!

What You’ll Need: Reformer

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Benjamin Degenhardt – Leg Springs (10 mins) – Level N/A

Description

Take a closer look at the work we do with the Leg Springs on the Cadillac with this tutorial by Benjamin Degenhardt. He gives you options for arm placement so you can find the position that works best for you. He then demonstrates how these exercises utilize your entire body, rather than just your legs, so you can find stability against the constant changing of the spring tension.

What You’ll Need: Cadillac

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