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Single muscle group focus exercises that help you learn Pilates!

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Pre-Pilates Contents Page

which includes links to exercise videos for:

Breathing & Abdominals, Toes & Feet, Knees, Hips, the Spine, Neck, Shoulders, Arms, Wrists and Hands…


Started 14th of February 2021:

21 x 14 day Pilates challenges to get you consistent!

There’s no Magic Bullet.  But, consistency is 🔑  to getting results – that’s we’re creating this challenge:

21 x 14 day challenges.  They’re short (about 5-10 minutes) and starting Valentines’ Day, slowly get more challenging as the year unfolds!


A mix of Pre-Pilates & Pilates but with a focus on putting it all together

It’s a perfect stepping stone from Pre-Pilates to Pilates.

Includes: #pilates4life2020 a series of four levels that takes you from Pre-Pilates to Pilates. blog post: click here

There are links to individual tutorials for each exercise.

Wake Up Routines

Get yourself moving at the start of the day or before your lesson!

These are “warm-up” routines that you can do at the start of the day, after sitting for a long time, or to prepare yourself for your regular Pilates Lesson.

“Return to Life” Matwork

The original Matwork first published in “Return to Life” (1945).

Thirty four exercises that were first published in Joseph Pilates’ book “Return to Life”.  There is some very challenging stuff here, but once you learn the exercises, you’ll have a workout that takes just 20-30 minutes!  It’s maintenance for the body & it’ll last you the rest of your life!

The Reformer

The Signature Pilates Apparatus!

Possibly the most well known of all Pilates apparatus.

Gym equipment is designed to sell more gym equipment!

But if you have a “Universal Reformer” – it’s all the equipment you’ll ever need!

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