How to Address Body Needs with the Red Thread

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In this video, Kathi explains and demonstrates the classical Pilates method she formatted and named Red Thread. She created this format to prevent students and teachers from looking at the method as lists of exercises to memorize, and instead understand that it is first and foremost a method for addressing individual needs which needs to be carefully tailored. See specific examples of how to address common issues like tight shoulders or pelvic instability using her threading technique. For info on training with Kathi visit: KathiRossNash.com.  

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  1. Thank you Kathi for sharing your knowledge through Pilatesology. It is so wonderful to learn more about how to “see” imbalances, what to “look for” and what “apparatus to choose” to facilitate in making the changes in the body.

  2. tanyapaty 3 years ago

    It does! Pilatesology has been my greatest teacher & my greatest tool! I learn SO much every time I watch. So great to hear/see that the imbalances don’t necessarily need to present themselves in big ways, but correcting them makes such big changes in the body. Always love learning from you, Kathi 🙂

  3. PILATESDURHAM 3 years ago

    SO helpful! Thank you x

  4. Ynowak 3 years ago

    Love hearing the thought process behind picking different exercises. So helpful.

  5. susan h lawrence
    susan h lawrence 3 years ago

    Such a helpful class for the order of things and the tools that make the changes. And an fine example of grace and control by all!

  6. apcirque 3 years ago

    Great video once again Kathi! It’s very informative and useful…love it!

  7. Martin 3 years ago

    Wow, fantastic as always, Kathi! It’s so great to see very specific issues and very specific strategies to address them. Hope you have a chance to do more in this series. And great job demonstrating, Alisa and Lauren!

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