Lesley Logan

3 Tips for Staying Connected During Your Pilates Mat

The Pilates Mat exercises were where it all began! Yep, Joseph Pilates started with his genius, forward thinking with the hardest workout-the Mat. after he realized just how much support, assistance, and resistance his clients needed to do his Mat work her created the Reformer, Cadillac, Wunda Chair etc. But, what if you only have the Mat to work with? I mean, it would be nice to have a full Pilates studio at your beck and call but until then how can you stay connected while doing your Pilates Mat practice?
Online Pilates Classes Double Leg Stretch Black OPC

Pilates Mat Class: Keeping It All Together Copy

The other day my client noticed it was amazing how she could keep her heels together. It’s a problem we’ve been focusing on for 4 years. She said, “Who knew it wasn’t a problem with my heels?” I laughed! Of course I knew, it’s why we’d been focusing on here seat and inner thighs. This week, let’s focus on how we can keep it all together by focusing less on what’s touching and more on how we make that happen.
Online Pilates Classes Double Leg Stretch Black OPC

Pilates Mat Class: Keeping It All Together Copy

The other day my client noticed it was amazing how she could keep her heels together. It’s a problem we’ve been focusing on for 4 years. She said, “Who knew it wasn’t a problem with my heels?” I laughed! Of course I knew, it’s why we’d been focusing on here seat and inner thighs. This week, let’s focus on how we can keep it all together by focusing less on what’s touching and more on how we make that happen.
Online Pilates Classes Double Leg Stretch Black OPC

Pilates Mat Class: Keeping It All Together

The other day my client noticed it was amazing how she could keep her heels together. It’s a problem we’ve been focusing on for 4 years. She said, “Who knew it wasn’t a problem with my heels?” I laughed! Of course I knew, it’s why we’d been focusing on here seat and inner thighs. This week, let’s focus on how we can keep it all together by focusing less on what’s touching and more on how we make that happen.