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Tutorials

Tutorials

Are you new to Pilates? Returning to exercise after an injury? Or have you practiced Pilates but would just like to perfect your technique? Our tutorials are the most comprehensive, effective streaming videos available that will provide you with all the knowledge, tools and techniques you need to take your Pilates practice to the next level!

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  • Tutorial: How To Perfect The Series Of Five

    The Series Of Five is the traditional ab sequence from Joseph Pilates original matwork.
    They are done in a particular sequence in order to strengthen every element of your Powerhouse, stretch your hamstrings, lower back, hip flexors and spine whilst creating balance and stability!
    By the end of t...

  • Tutorial: How To Perfect The Leg Circle

    Tutorial: How To Perfect The Leg Circle! The leg circle is one of my favourite exercises. The main aim is pelvic stability, abdominal strength and control. When only one of our extremities is moving at any given time, it means that it is a “pure" stability exercise, the rest of our body is still ...

  • Teaser Tutorial

    The Teaser really embodies everything Pilates is. It's the perfect combination of strength, flexibility and control. This tutorial breaks the exercise down and gives you the ultimate tools and techniques you need to perfect the exercise and incorporate it into your workouts.

  • Rowing On The Mat Tutorial

    Rowing is a series of exercises that are traditionally done on the reformer, but today we are going to take it to the mat, perfect your technique and also sculpt, tone and define your upper body! We will be going through different variations with the hand weights, resistance band and also no equi...

  • Hamstring Release Tutorial

    Tight, inflexible hamstrings are extremely common and can lead to chronic back, hip and knee pain. When we sit for extended periods of time with our knees bent and slouching, it causes the hamstrings to shorten and tighten (this position leads to tight hip flexors also).

    This tutorial stretches ...

  • Plantar Fasciitis Tutorial

    Plantar fasciitis is a common and often persistent repetitive strain injury that can affect anyone, particularly runners, walkers and nearly anyone who stands fon their feet for long periods of time. It is a sharp pain in the bottom of your heel, it is often worse in the morning and causes pain w...

  • Pelvic Floor, Incontinence And Prolapse Rehabilitation Tutorial

    Strengthening the pelvic floor can be difficult and challenging in a number of ways. It can be difficult to get motivated to perform the exercises or even know exactly how to do them.

    This tutorial will give you the guidance, support and motivation you need to restore and maintain your optimal p...

  • How to Series Perfect Roll-Up

    Did you know that one roll up is equal to six regular ab crunches? This is an amazing, fundamental Pilates exercise that creates flat, toned abs and also increases your flexibility through your entire body. It is a tough one to master, but with this simple “How To” guide you can break it down, st...

  • How to: Perfect Pilates Alignment

    A balanced, healthy spine is one that maintains its natural curves. Pilates encourages you to identify and achieve your optimal neutral spine. This tutorial will teach you how to attain your perfect alignment and also how to engage the “girdle of strength” in the center of your body, also known a...

  • How To No More Neck Strain

    Without correct technique, it can be easy to put strain on the neck area when performing certain Pilates exercises. With the right tools, knowledge and technique, you can learn how to avoid neck strain and do Pilates ab exercises without frustration! This helpful tutorial will allow you to get th...

  • Gentle Lower Back Pain Tutorial

    This tutorial is designed for those of you with acute lower back pain caused by a fall or accident whereby you have damaged the spine and are looking to start to rehabilitate with your doctor's approval. It's also for those who have severe chronic lower back pain and are looking for a way to get ...

  • BEGINNER: Hundreds

    The Hundreds are the traditional warm up exercise and throughout the evolution of Pilates and the exercises, The Hundreds has always remained the same. Let's learn how to do it!

  • BEGINNER: Roll Up

    The Roll Up is a fantastic and comprehensive exercise. It elongates the entire posterior chain. It strengthens the entire powerhouse and also allows you to practice pelvic control and stability.

  • BEGINNER: Leg Circle

    The Leg Circle is all about pelvic stability and control. It's a pure stability exercise as only one extremity is moving at any one time. It strengthens the powerhouse, increases pelvic stability and slims the thighs.

  • BEGINNER: Rolling Like A Ball

    It can be difficult to know sometimes if you're doing Rolling Like A Ball correctly, so today we are giving you the tools and techniques you need to be able to perform this exercise like a pro!

  • BEGINNERS: Single Leg Stretch

    This exercise is a fantastic core strength and abdominal exercise. It also stretches the hip flexors and flushes toxins from the body by massaging the internal organs, giving what Joe called an internal shower.

  • BEGINNER: Double Leg Stretch

    Joseph Pilates always said if you only have time for one exercise, then this is the one! It is such an integral part of the Pilates method, so let's learn how to do this amazing exercise step by step!

  • BEGINNER: Spine Stretch Forward

    The Spine Stretch Forward finishes off the abdominal series, stretching out the spine. You will lengthen the vertebrae and stretch the hamstrings at the same time, so let's learn how to do it!

  • BEGINNER: Complete Workout

    All the hard work we've been doing in this program so far has been building towards this full length workout. We'll be putting all of the exercises together to give you a comprehensive Pilates workout!

  • INT/ADV: Hundreds

    The Hundreds are the traditional warm up exercise and throughout the evolution of Pilates and the exercises, The Hundreds has always remained the same. Let's learn how to do it!

  • INT/ADV: Roll Up

    The Roll Up is a fantastic and comprehensive exercise. It elongates the entire posterior chain. It strengthens the entire powerhouse and also allows you to practice pelvic control and stability.

  • INT/ADV: Leg Circles

    The Leg Circle is all about pelvic stability and control. It's a pure stability exercise as only one extremity is moving at any one time. It strengthens the powerhouse, increases pelvic stability and tones the thighs.

  • INT/ADV: Rolling Like A Ball

    It can be difficult to know sometimes if you're doing Rolling Like A Ball correctly, so today we are giving you the tools and techniques you need to be able to perform this exercise like a pro!

  • INT/ADV: Single Leg Stretch

    This exercise is a fantastic core strength and abdominal exercise. It also stretches the hip flexors and flushes toxins from the body by massaging the internal organs, giving what Joe called an internal shower.