Injury and Application of the Method

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Join Kathi for a brilliant investigation into how to work with injuries when teaching. Instead of modifying the exercises or working on the injury directly, Kathi demonstrates how to work around it instead, and using the Pilates System to replace an omitted exercise. You'll see this approach in action for 1) a shoulder injury, 2) a knee injury, 3) and a neck injury. For info on training with Kathi visit: KathiRossNash.com.  

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19 Comments

  1. Kate Burdett
    Kate Burdett 1 year ago

    Ahh genius! Thank you Kathi love the ‘red tape’ that was actually very helpful in this kind of tutorial. You are the best !

  2. DeniseK56 1 year ago

    Wow. I have a client with neck and shoulder issues and this just opened up a whole lot of avenues for me to teach her. thanks so much!

  3. Nikos.Psychas
    Nikos.Psychas 1 year ago

    Thank you so much

  4. Luz Alejandra Lovern

    Absolutely great explanation, smart way to detox the system when we have a clients with body issues is actually great for ourself too. I am my own Pilates teacher at this time and this video with Kathi is a gem! gracias!

  5. Tani
    Tani 2 years ago

    Absolutely amazing! Such valuable information. My mind was reeling through the scenarios (past, present and future) that I will call on these tips – we have Clubhouses for the teachers at our studio in Whistler, Canada and topics are often requested. This seems like a great topic for us to look at. Thank you for sharing Kathi and Alisa!

  6. Kim Paxton
    Kim Paxton 3 years ago

    Kathi, Thank you so much for such a thought provoking class. Not only does it provide some gems within it, it also opens the mind to further possibilities along the same tangent 🙂 Loved it!!

  7. tracy 3 years ago

    Oi, now I need to convince Gratz to make me one of those mats with the raised bar!

  8. tanyapaty 3 years ago

    Thank you Kathi and Pilatesology. Please more videos like this that talk about what the intention of the exercises are and how to really get into them and get the most out of them.

    Thank you!

  9. npilates 3 years ago

    Ayyy Kathi!!! Daria todo lo que tengo en esta vida por estudiar contigo!!! Por suerte voy a verte prontito en Chile! I can’t wait!!! Thank’s Pilatesology !!!

  10. Kathi Ross Nash Author

    Martin! I am so glad you enjoyed this!!!!!!

  11. Martin 3 years ago

    This! I would LOVE to see more things in this vein! It’s all incredibly important information. I’m so happy Katie introduced us at your book signing, Kathi! Thank you!

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