Intermediate Mat Challenge

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Join Brett in this detailed mat class that starts slow with a flexibility enhancing warmup, and continues with increasing difficulty for an ab-burning, body lengthening workout. Aside from Brett's fun and sassy personality, some of the things you can look forward to include Half Rollbacks, Upper Back Swans, Side Kick Variations, Toe Touches (you'll find out what that means ;), and an awesome Shoulder Bridge combo. Focus on maintaining connections and moving as efficiently as possible - you'll be glad you did by the end of the class! Visit Brett and his teachers at his studio, the Pilates Haus, in Jersey City, NJ.

What Others Are Saying


  1. jszachara 3 years ago

    Always challenging. Once again you kicked my butt! Loved the pre neck pull work. Thank you for sharing your work on Pilatesology! Hoping to make it in to see you in person!! 🙂

  2. MimiH
    MimiH 4 years ago

    Love it!!! Thang you Brett and Pilatesology!

  3. Caro-Heger 4 years ago

    VG 🙂 there are always some more variations. Many thanks for sharing!

  4. eriegl 4 years ago

    A great class and the best cues I’ve heard to date. Thank you.

  5. pele 4 years ago

    Super! Loved the warm up to get the spine warm. Not many other instructors do that. What a difference it makes. Great flow . Very dynamic. Thank you.

  6. gbesson 4 years ago

    That was an amazing class! Great cueing and visualizations. i loved all the intersting variations-all new to me! Thanks Brett!

  7. joesmat 4 years ago

    Mr Howard at the 10 minute point you introduced the “de-constructed Roll Up version!.
    Set Up: Knee bent feet flat on the mat arms up above the shoulders. As we Roll Up you introduce a simultaneous action
    of legs lengthening, and so on.
    May I ask you where this version comes from please?
    (It makes a lot of sense)
    Your Teasers were evil! But, so enjoyed them.
    What are you views about the constant demand on the hip flexor muscles throughout the practice, and how this inevitably shorten these muscles.
    Do you ever introduce, a hip flexor release at the end to balance the body out again?
    Thank you very much.

  8. Dolores Coeck 4 years ago

    Great class!!

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