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14 min
Exploring the Multi Axial Motions of Pilates
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17 min
Linear Motions in Three Dimensions
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21 min
Arc Motion
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15 min
Circular Motion
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11 min
Spiraling Motion
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14 min
Pilates Motion
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Workshop 1282: Pilates in 3D

1 hr 30 min
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What You'll Need:
Avalon Arm Chair, Spine Corrector, Reformer, Mixed Equipment
The Pilates repertoire offers movements in all directions, ranges of motion, and combinations. Yet Pilates is often regarded as - and criticized for - being linear. This workshop will demonstrate just how multi-axial Pilates really is. You will be exposed to the three-dimensional quality that characterizes so many of the Pilates movements on all the apparatus and at every skill level. This is an exciting workshop, that at times verges on the “acrobatic” and allows participants to learn, experiment and have fun!

Objectives

- Explore the multi-axial motions of Pilates

- Learn how the shapes we create have different lines of energy

- Discover the vehicles that will take your movements into the third dimension

- Integrate linear, circular, spiraling, and arc motion into your practice so that the energy and movements will exist in the third dimension

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Dec 20, 2013
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Wonderful teacher and Wonderful words
3 years ago

wonderful teacher.
3 years ago

He breaks down what a dancer feels to elements that can be taught. Great workshop.
2 years ago

Can the footwork on the Avalon be done on the floor rather than on the Avalon box? I've practiced it on the box, however if someone were height-shy I don't see why you couldn't have them on the floor. And for my tall, strong clients, I don't have the ceiling height. I loved this workshop, btw.
2 years ago

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Lori your question is a great one. Absolutely the footwork can be done standing on the floor. The box simply adds an element of challenge. In addition there is some standing hip work we do later that must be done standing on the box, so this prepares people. Enjoy!
2 years ago

Brilliant! Very informative, great examples. Rael is an inspiration! Thank you
2 years ago

How do i get a certificate or something that i can send to the Pilates Alliance Australasia to show i have completed the quiz etc and watched the video? Misty
2 years ago

Gia Calhoun (Moderator)
Misty ~ Thank you for your forum post. I have sent you an email with information about the certificate.
2 years ago

Do we have to do workshop in the studio on equipment, or can we just view from home??? Thank you very much!
1 year ago

Bess, certainly you can view it from home. It is beneficial viewing it in the studio in that you can try out the exercises, but I am certain you will gain a lot from it by just viewing as well. Enjoy!
1 year ago

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