Thanks to Ken I am now the 1% of the population that has "manubrium" as part of their working vocabulary:) I'd like to say this class has gotten easier now that I've taken it several times, but it hasn't. It's a bit of a challenger every time i take it, but it's such a great class. Thanks Ken!
i normally do another 1/2 hour class in conjunction with this class, because I like about an hour of exercise. Except the 1st class i took had 40 pushups. Next time I will reverse the order, because my shoulders died in this class.. which is shame because I absolutely love this class and I hate not getting the most out it. But life is for learning.... and Thanks Again Ken:)
Gary . . . as you suggest, reverse the order or the two classes. Here, in Santa Barbara, I teach the Pilates Class (Standing, Barre, and Seated. I follow this with a Nia Class. Students who do both testify that the Pilates enhances their movement integration, stability and mobility. Let me know if you do reverse the class sequence.