Hello All: Sorry about the delay.... I have been very busy and just got a chance to check the Pilates Anytime site today. Victoria and Louise: Thank you for your supportive comments and I am so glad you are finding the information useful. Victoria: the controversy about neutral versus a posterior tilt is complex and beyond a post. I will just say that there are advantages to both approaches and you want to select the approach that is best for your client. I find that many individuals with tight low backs, hamstrings, and hip flexors tend to miss desired lumbar flexion and after the initial phase of the roll-up primarily use their hip flexors to lift their trunk. For such individuals sequential spinal flexion that emphasizes lumbar flexion and includes a slight tuck/posterior tilt of the pelvis can be useful. For others with good hamstring and low back flexibility, encouraging spinal flexion while maintaining a neutral pelvis can be a valuable skill to teach.
Joanne, Helen and Ivette: So sorry to hear that you had problems with the video. You want to contact Pilates Anytime and they will help you trouble shoot the problem. I assume you figured things out. If not, please let me know and I will talk to them.