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How to Build a Tower Class

The Trap Table is called the “Cadillac” for a reason—it has lots of bells and whistles—but when it comes to group classes, the Wall Tower is the perfect space-saving stand-in. This flowing, full-body workout minimizes equipment-setting changes to maximize the benefits for your clients. Talk about a way to make your studio tower above the rest.

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Before the Hundred

Drawing on Kathy Grant’s teachings for inspiration, Peter Roël instructs you on deconstructing the Pilates vocabulary, to help build more awareness and better posture for each and every client—and lead them to more functional movement in and out of the studio.

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Small Ball, Big Results

When you can’t get to the studio, the simple squishy ball can add challenge or assistance like the apparatus for noticeable changes.

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Arms On Fire

You’ll feel the burn in this quickie series for sleek, strong biceps, triceps and then some. You can do it anywhere, anytime—even with zero equipment—just in time for tank-top season.

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Reform Your Routine

Courtney Miller gets creative on the Reformer for this exclusive video blog for In her first installment, she uses the resistance band to both challenge and support the body in a series that includes supine, kneeling and standing work.

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Healing with Pilates: Starting with the Psoas

Zayna Gold brings you therapeutic movement on and off the apparatus. Join her for an amazing psoas stretch that just about anyone on the planet can benefit from!

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Retraction of Scapula and Abduction of Elbows

This exercise was taken from “Moves of the Month: for Archery!” in the Pilates Style May/June 2017 issue. By Tamara VanVranken • Photos taken by Ginger Bruner at Impact Archery Las Vegas PROP: none PURPOSE: strengthens the back and deltoids SETUP: Stand with your feet wider than your hips (or sit tall on your sit […]

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