You will learn how much you lean into one side, if you can keep the connections when you lose the spring and if you let the springs push you around.
The Neck Stretcher’s tiny spring might have you think it’s easy but you’ll quickly learn how much power that spring has to challenge your body’s connection.
This doesn’t just require strength but coordination as well. Like all exercises in Pilates, you need to focus on the return more than the lunge itself.
Gain connections for Reformer exercises – Short Spine, High Frogs and Long Spine Massage with this series. It’s a great way to prepare your body and practice.
One leg Pilates exercises show us where we overwork, underwork and also where we twist, turn or need more attention. Try doing weak leg, strong and then weak.
This exercise can be a teaching tool or a challenge to your practice. When you’re done, hop on your Reformer and see if your Backstroke is more connected.
Whether you’re enjoying the full hang with backbends and twists or feeling like you’re doing a half hanging meditation your body will love the traction.
I used to absolutely be obsessed with the Cadillac! Now, don’t get me wrong, I still love the Cadillac but…
The Pilates Cadillac is extremely useful to for diving deep into your Pilates practice. It’s one of the most supportive pieces of equipment. The options are endless and all are meant to help strengthen you and prepare you for the Pilates exercises around the room.