Thank you very kindly for your reply to my questions. I was intrigued to note that you feel "The more I study yoga the more I am aware of the overlap between the two disciplines. Much of what we consider "traditional or classical" exercises were inspired by yoga" Of course many Classicists would be horrified by the suggestion, but, there is no denying the similarities. I suppose we shall never really know! I hope you will bring more Mat sessions to Pilatesanytime very soon. Best Wishes to you Maria Leone.
Hi, its Eva. Hardly ever do I watch such workouts on PA; I mean,no hard feelings, but very few PA instructors follow the path of Kathi Ross-Nash, Alycea Ungaro,or - last but not least, Alisa Wyatt and Jennifer Kries:(BRAVO,and looking forward to more of such workouts:)
Hi Henrik- Good question...since we are not robots there will always be a slight amount of residual movement in the pelvis. It is hardest to be still on exercises like leg circles because the thigh bone is moving with force and thru a big range of movement... but it is possible to be virtually still...Enjoy! Maria