Tutorial #2810

Parasetter® Set Up

5 min - Tutorial


Learn about the Parasetter® in this quick tutorial by Marika Molnar. She explains why she created it and what the original function was, and she shares a few of the ways it is typically used. She also shows how to set up the different pieces that come with it so you can use it at home.
What You'll Need: Parasetter®

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Nov 07, 2016
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This is the Paris center. This product was invented as a way to allow dancers to lie on rollers without hurting their spine is processes as well as to teach them how they could breathe better into the...

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I wish I had a Parasetter back when I was a young dancer. I use it now with my competitive Gymnasts and my young dancers at the end of our Pilates sessions to relax and re center.
I was on one for the first time tonight. I love it!! Thank you.
Our clients love Parasetter Class and I do too for ME TIME! Easy to travel with!
It's not so east to travel with when one is flying somewhere. . . any suggestions or ideas?

Besides trying to create something with rolled towels
Hi Maggie, I usually slice the parasetter about 7/8 of the way through the middle so I can fold it in half and it is still attached once I take it out of my suitcase-
Oh - Marika Molnar interesting. Where do you slice it? I'm not clear on your description. Could you take a photo? My email is maggie@maggiespa.com. They are too expensive for me to mess it up! Thanks so much for your quick reply, it's much appreciated.
Hello, Marika,
thank you for your videos. I´ve bought the parasetter this week. It was impossible to buy it in EU (Slovakia), my friend will send it from Wyoming, but I am looking forward to practice it.
Marika, I am not good in English and I am not pilates teacher as well.
Please, what it is : Paris center?
Thank you. Viera

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