Class #3278

Reformer for Equestrians

35 min - Class


Work on movements that mimc a riding trot with this Reformer workout by Julie Driver. She focuses on disassociating the hips and thighs from the pelvis, scapular stability, and moving the spine. This will help riders deepen their relationship with their horse so they can do what they love with more ease.
What You'll Need: Reformer, Magic Circle

About This Video


Hi, I'm Julie Driver, and today we're doing a reformer class based around Pilates for equestrians. Clearly anybody can do it, but particularly we're going to be looking at how the reformer assists rid...

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Lots of tips and techniques. Good style indeed. I'll use it in my class.
So exciting! wonderful. Using the imaginary thoroughbred between my legs really helped me in my workout.
Thanks for the lovely direction, very clear and precise. Great for riders, but also any client could do this class.
Excellent class!! Thank you so much for doing this series for equestrians. What do you think are the most important muscle groups, movements to work on with riders? Obviously strong core, adductors, back extensors, flexibility in ankles and opening hips etc. anything else for specific that I’m missing?
Thanks again!!
Thank you for sharing Julie! You have a very nice presentation and sense of humor. I would love to learn more about Pilates for equestrians.
I enjoyed your thoughtfulness and uniqueassociation for riders, but a lot of spring changes that were not specified made for a choppy class.
Terrific class- thank you Julie - 💜

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