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27 Pilates Equipment Exercises You Can Do At Home

Do you miss the Pilates equipment when you're not at the studio? Here's how to replicate your favorite equipment exercises at home! You'll just need a mat and some small props if you have them. 

By practicing exercises that you are familiar with in a different environment...

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How to do Pilates at Home: TRX Substitute with ELEMENTS Loop and Roll

I got creative - with the help of my wonderful partner John - who rigged this homemade TRX for me. Like many of you, I also don't have any access to equipment right now. That’s why I'm really excited to be able to do a few exercises like Push-Ups, Pull-Ups, Breathing (the one on the Trapeze...

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Pilates Mat Exercises Using a Wall

Using a wall for your workout is a smart way to get feedback about your alignment. Anchoring your feet, your hands or your back against a stable non-moving surface is called a closed-chain environment and is the most helpful way to increase proprioception in the body, which in turn makes you...

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Pilates Foam Roller Exercises

You’ll need a 36-inch long foam roller. It can be firm or soft - depending on your comfort. I particularly like using a half roller (same length but one surface is flat and the other round). 

You'll find mostly strength and mobility exercises in this post. If you're looking for...

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Pilates Exercises with a Small Inflatable Ball

As much as we love Pilates mat work on its own, adding props can be a fun way to add some variety. Depending on how you use them, they can make an exercise more challenging or they can assist you through challenging movements. 

The exercises below use a small inflatable ball. Try them...

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Pilates Mat Exercises with a Thera Band

As much as we love Pilates mat work on its own, adding props can be a fun way to add some variety. Depending on how you use them, they can make an exercise more challenging or they can assist you through challenging movements. 

The exercises below use a Thera Band. Try them out and let...

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Virtual Teaching Setup Tips for Pilates Teachers and Studio Owners

I hope you all are doing well despite the fact that we're all staying at home but we're making the best of it.

I have asked my good friends from The Pilates Studio in Hadley, Massachusetts here on a call with me today. They have a brick and mortar studio which they had to close during the...

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Pilates Mat Exercises with Yoga Blocks

As much as we love Pilates mat work on its own, adding props can be a fun way to add some variety. Depending on how you use them, they can make an exercise more challenging or they can assist you through challenging movements. 

The exercises below use Yoga Blocks. Try them out and let...

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How To Teach Pilates Online During COVID-19

Many Pilates teachers and studio owners are finding themselves in a totally new arena right now. Instead of being with our students in the studio, we're trying to navigate a new world of teaching Pilates while social distancing. Naturally, a ton of questions are popping up.

I recently video...

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How to Choose the Best Roll Down Bar for Your Pilates Cadillac

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a long and a short roll down bar on the Trapeze Table (aka Cadillac) or your Tower? Does it make a difference if the eye bolts are attached on the outside or the inside of the bar? I’ll try to shed some light. 

The two Roll-Down...

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