Getting to the Bottom of It Part 3

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In this short learning video, Sandy shows how the action of engaging the seat muscles is crucial to pelvic stability and the opening of the lower back. She demonstrates this with several rolling exercises: Rolling Like a Ball, Open Leg Rocker and Seal. Check out more videos in this series by using the Search Bar (upper right corner of your screen) to search for Getting to the Bottom of It. Visit Sandy at Vintage Pilates in West Los Angeles, CA.

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  1. Chris Cox 2 months ago

    Love the workout but I have an unrelated question: what color is the upholstery at your studio?

  2. kikemarin
    kikemarin 3 years ago

    hello can you tell me which are the seat muscles?
    thank you

    • Sandy Shimoda Author

      Hi Kikemarin, thanks for your question. At Vintage Pilates use simple language to describe areas of the body that relate to Center strength. The Seat is comprised of the muscles of the bottom and hips that help control, move and stabilize the pelvis and low back. They are at work in every exercise in Pilates.

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