Beginner Progression – Class 3 of 10

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In Class 3 of her progressive series, Alisa flows a bit faster through the first 7 exercises, which should be feeling familiar (if not totally doable) by now. You'll slow down during several newer exercises that will set you up for future movements. Practicing slowly is the key to improving your movement patterns and getting you out of the habit of using your large muscle groups so stick with it, you're building a strong foundation! Filmed at Pilatesology Studio in Hermosa Beach.

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10 Comments

  1. Eslotnick 5 months ago

    Really great video with challenging advancements in a beginner progression but with great instruction helping be careful with my bad back and tight hip flexors. I will come back to this one many times!

  2. Lance 7 months ago

    Thank you, I really appreciate this Video.

  3. sostrow5 2 years ago

    Just lovely! I too needed this after an injury. You’re a gifted teacher, Alisa.

  4. mdmoore 2 years ago

    Thank you for putting together this video. I’ve been coming back after a long break due to some injuries this year and this has been very helpful in easing back into condition.

  5. KathyJanke 2 years ago

    Excellent instruction for beginners! This is exactly how I was taught in Illinois and I am so happy to see you teaching the same way in California! Thank you, Alisa! Your videos are some of my favorites for viewing each week before holding classes. Let me know if you are ever in Illinois as I would love to meet you!

    • Alisa Wyatt Author

      Kathy thank you!! I’m so happy you found this helpful, I too use videos as a way to get inspired before I teach mat class, it keeps my teaching fresh :). We would love to visit–if we come to Illinois we will be in touch!

  6. Lenafena 2 years ago

    Will you go through the next exercises the same way – really appreciate this video

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