Class #2978

Reformer Workout

40 min - Class


Work on strengthening the powerhouse in a young dancer with this Reformer workout by Monica Wilson. She is back with her daughter, Estela, working on using the legs less and initiating movements from her center. She uses creative cues and imagery to bring the movements to life so she can have fun in the class.
What You'll Need: Reformer, Moon Box, Wall, Hand Weights, Pilates Pole


All right. Today I am here with my daughter again and we are going to be working on strengthening her this time. Well, not that we weren't last time. We had a lot of fun on the Mat and a lot of leaps ...

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I love it! Lovely session! Thank you :)
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Monica - your cueing & imagery is always RIGHT ON - no matter what age you are working with! Great way to communicate and instruct ! Thanks for sharing :) ( besides the fact that family is always the hardest to instruct ! Like teaching your kids how to drive .... lol !)
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It was great to see a beautiful young person learning pilates. Even as a young dancer, I could see this improving her focus, strength and her core. Great workout!
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What a nice class to observe and a joy to watch! So nice to watch a beginner student and see how skillful cueing changes the way they move. Thank you for sharing with us!
I loved this class, because I teach my two girls from time to time and find it hard to wear two hats...the Mom hat and the Teacher hat...simultaneously. You did it well. 😉
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Monica, I admire youre patience! great class.
Thank you everyone for all of your kind words and for taking the time to give me feedback! I know how exhausting just meeting your kid's basic needs can be and your comments give me the encouragement and extra energy I need to have patience and creativity when teaching them:)
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che bellina!
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Too much time wasted on explaining the simplest of moves.
Thank you for the class. A bit slow and the explanations (snake and tunnel) were a bit confusing having never heard those after 15 years of Pilates.
Need to see a different camera angle so we know where the feet are placed. I was trying to help a friend and it was challenging.

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