Hi. If you're watching this video, it means that you have just done or are about to do the fundamental class reformer class in the reformer progression series. So I'm teaching this series of the Progressive Series on the reformer so that we can look at how the fundamental movements are linked through the intermediate movements all the way into the advance movements. And what I want to be really clear about is that it's important when you start on this progression, especially if you're a beginner, to spend some time with the fundamental class to spend some time with those movements to get those ideas kind of integrated into your experience integrated into your practice. Because those very fundamental movements are, you'll see themes and variations of them throughout the intermediate movements into the advanced movements, which is a long way away, but it will come. But what I want you to start to notice as you go from one class, the next class is how shapes or muscle focus or ideas around stability or mobility are linked together throughout different movement patterns in different choreography. And it will be my challenge and my goal to point that out to you and to help you see the correspond dense between those things and to help us all go a little deeper into our politesse practice. Thank you for taking class with me.