Monica Wilson – Wunda Chair Workout (65 mins) – Level 2/3

What You’ll Need:

Wunda Chair, Knee Pad, Towel

Work on your upper body connection in this strong Wunda Chair workout with Monica Wilson. She teaches her long-time client, Maria, focusing on keeping her shape in each exercise. She pays special attention to the transitions to maintain the connection to the back side of the body between movements.

Mar 08, 2017

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Elizabeth Larkam – Mat Workout (35 mins) – Level 2/3

What You’ll Need:

Mat, Foam Roller

Challenge your whole-body coordination, strength, and motor control with these double Foam Roller exercises with Elizabeth Larkam. You will discover new strategies for the stability and mobility relationships of your pelvic girdle and shoulder girdle. Practicing these two roller exercises will create more precision and power in all your movements.

Mar 07, 2017

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Adrianne Crawford – Standing Workout (15 mins) – Level 1

Strengthen your legs with this quick Standing workout by Adrianne Crawford. She teaches a Footwork routine that can be done anywhere. She focuses maintaining good alignment so you can work your way up to doing this series without holding on to anything.

Adrianne uses the Cadillac for this series, but you can use any stable surface that will help you keep your balance.

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Brent Anderson – Optimize Your Home Practice (10 mins) – Level N/A

What You’ll Need:

No props needed

Explore why we move so you can optimize your home practice with this quick tutorial by Brent Anderson. He goes over the top five reasons why we move so you can get the best benefit from your online training. This will encourage you to move more so you can increase your energy and happiness throughout your life.

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Mar 05, 2017

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Brent Anderson – Mat Workout (60 mins) – Level 1/2

What You’ll Need:

Mat

Play with direction and space in this Mat workout with Brent Anderson. He focuses on cueing directions rather than muscles so you don’t waste excess energy in each movement. He also changes the tempo of different exercises to integrate neurological organization of the muscles which helps to each movement more spontaneous.

Mar 02, 2017

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Elizabeth Larkam – Wunda Chair Workout (45 mins) – Level 2/3

What You’ll Need:

Wunda Chair, Wunda Chair Handles, Moon Box

Balance the interplay of compression and decompression in your body, feeling biotensegrity in motion with this Wunda Chair workout by Elizabeth Larkam. You will use the Wunda Chair in new ways to create freedom of movement in your torso, shoulders, and hips. You will also align, strengthen, and connect your feet, ankles, knees, hips, pelvis, and spine. She creates a sequence for success so that you are well prepared for a whole-body strength exercise that transforms your upright posture.

Mar 01, 2017

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Mariska Breland – Reformer Workout (50 mins) – Level 3

What You’ll Need:

Reformer

Reverse the “slouch on the couch” position with this advanced Reformer workout by Mariska Breland. She focuses on hip extension and back extension to connect you to the back side of your body. She includes challenging variations to exercises like Grasshopper, Jack Knife, and much more!

Feb 28, 2017

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Mariska Breland – Mat Workout (55 mins) – Level 2/3

What You’ll Need:

Mat

Focus on practice rather than perfection in this creative Mat workout with Mariska Breland. She dedicates this class to the end of 2016 and hopes that this will be the antithesis of a hectic year. She designed the class to kill you with kindness as she adds wonderful stretches between the challenging variations and combinations she includes.

Feb 20, 2017

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Tracey Mallett – Mat Workout (30 mins) – Level 2

What You’ll Need:

Mat

Get your body moving in this standing Mat workout with Tracey Mallett. She teaches a flow of Pilates, yoga, and dance for a beautiful fusion of movement. She starts with a standing warm up, moves on to the Mat for traditional Pilates exercises, and then finishes with exercises to challenge your balance. Have fun!

Feb 13, 2017

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