Results Reformer with Sonjé

Results Reformer with Sonjé

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In this incredible workout, Sonjé takes you through the Intermediate classical series with special attention where your body wants to cheat. With your focus on the details, you’ll make serious gains in strength and stability which, over time, will expand your practice like nothing else. For lessons, workshop requests, teacher training, and Schroth work, visit Sonjé Mayo at http://Sonjé Filmed at Pilatesology Studio.

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  1. tlbsis 3 months ago

    What a treat on this Sunday afternoon in Wisconsin! Thank you!

    • Sonjé Mayo Author
      Sonjé Mayo 3 months ago

      Hello Wisconsin! I am so happy that you enjoyed this work out. I look forward to teaching you more on Pilatesology!

  2. zeemarina 6 months ago

    Wonderful session and my first reformer workout after 2 months of lockdown. Thanks, Sonje.

    • Sonjé Mayo Author
      Sonjé Mayo 6 months ago

      Welcome back to the reformer…..I am pleased that I could take you through your paces after 2 months of isolation!

  3. Pilatespeople 7 months ago

    Adored this class. Thank you Sonje just what I needed during lock down. Many thanks from Ireland.

    • Sonjé Mayo Author
      Sonjé Mayo 7 months ago

      Hello from across the pond! I am delighted that this brought you some much needed stimulus during this uneasy time. Thanks for watching and we will keep growing together.

  4. pbd 1 year ago

    Hi, Sonjé~
    Thank you for such a great class! I noticed you placed a pad under one of the girls’ back for her slight lordosis. I have a client who has a pretty defined lordosis…would you suggest placing a pad for Reformer work for most clients with lordosis? Would you have any other suggestions? Many thanks!
    ~Stephanie H.

    • Sonjé Mayo Author
      Sonje Mayo 1 year ago

      Most definitely any marked lordosis will need a roll! Clients with obvious lordosis will ‘tuck’ (posterior pelvic tilt) without a prop in their attempt to imprint and anchor the sacrum.
      The prop provides the correct stimulus to promote lengthening of the shortened lower back and to fire up the deep core, which is typically weak with lordosis.
      As time goes by, the prop can be reduced in size until they may not need it.

  5. davidjsterry 2 years ago

    LOVE this vid. So much great info – by far my favourite teacher on here, not least for the improvement in results I’m getting from my clients from her workshops. One query as I want be sure my understanding is correct. At 20 mins “sit like a man” doesn’t the femur need to be brought across the midline internally to stretch the piriformis. In the sit like a man stretch i understood that we are stretching the glute med and min, but the Piriformis would not be in tension here?

    • Sonjé Mayo Author
      Sonje Mayo 1 year ago

      Sorry for my late reply. You are correct in that “sitting like a man” stretches the gluteus med and min but it does also stretch the piriformis because once the hip is flexed at 90 degrees or more, piriformis becomes a medial rotator.

  6. Moses Urbano

    LOVED our workout!

    Thank You Sonje, I look forward to our next smack!

    Much Love & Gratitude,

    • Sonjé Mayo Author
      Sonje Mayo 2 years ago

      As do I! Thanks for being such a wonderful model on the reformer!

  7. loremiller
    loremiller 2 years ago

    Great workout Sonje. I felt my core muscles so deeply with your fabulous cueing. Thank you for sharing all you know. You are such an inspiration!!

    • Sonjé Mayo Author
      Sonje Mayo 2 years ago

      Good to hear that!! Now you will start soaring like an eagle!!

  8. Myriam.lopez
    Myriam.lopez 2 years ago

    Inimitable Sonje! I could hear you teach forever not just because you’re among the greatest and toughest but because you’re still having fun. Thank you.

    • Sonjé Mayo Author
      Sonje Mayo 2 years ago

      Thank you Myriam! When I stop having fun, it is time to bow out…..

  9. Sonjé Mayo Author
    Sonje Mayo 2 years ago

    I am delighted that you have found those “ah ha” moments…….may they keep coming!

  10. ladydrescher 2 years ago

    Oh my goodness, Sonjé! What a great workout with amazing cueing …several “ah ha!” Moments for me, including your description of the elephant in Up Stretch – incredibly helpful! Thank you!

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