Class #3604

Active Aging Reformer

50 min - Class


Work on building your bones in this active aging Reformer workout by Amy Havens. She avoids flexion in the whole class, using exercises that are great for everyone who wants to improve strength, balance, and endurance. She includes movements to help you decompress, elongate the spine, and challenge your stability.
What You'll Need: Reformer (No Box), Hand Weights (2), Pilates Pole


Hi everyone. It's Amy for another reformer class. And this class is a very appropriate for active aging population. As you know, I like to teach to that demographic. It's good for anyone though there ...


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Love this!!!! Thank you everyone needs this! Very yummy flow. Love love love.
So good! Excellent work!!
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Perfect for majority of my clientele! Thank You!
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Love it my older clients are going to enjoy all this balance work.
Amy, this is a great class. I've done it three times and used it in class. My students loved it. Thanks for all your work and great classes.
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Fun and so different from the norm! This is what we all need. I’m an older gal, trying to stay in good shape . I loved the entire workout, especially the balance work. Thanks, Amy!
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Loved it Amy! Feel invigorated and ready for my weekend. Can’t wait to share with clients. Thank you!
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Nice one.....lots of gems in this one & easily adaptable to the mat! Thank you thank you
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Amy, great class. So important for lots of people!!
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Thank you Amy, always appreciate the non-flexion classes. Sidelying hip/glute work however it tends to be difficult for quite a number of my elderly clients, due to hip or shoulder problems. I just love the lengthening feeling of the sidelying; have you got some other ideas? Thanks
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