Spine Corrector Extravaganza

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Ready for a creative, fun and tough workout? Find out how incredible it feels to do Snake/Twist, High Bridge and much more on the Spine Corrector. Clare Dunphy Hemani leads this amazing session, joined by her students Jennifer Hill and Maureen Sullivan. You’ll have a whole new body after this class! Visit Clare at Progressive Bodyworks and explore her new program for studio owners: Pilates Avatar.  

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18 Comments

  1. Carolyne_Ergin

    AS ALWAYS -SO GREAT!!!

  2. agnes simonfi

    Hi Clare,

    It seems that no distance can separate us :)! You’ve made me sweat that I’m in Hungary just like you did when I trained with you in Newburyport … Thanks for it ;)!
    Just love the spine corrector and your workout on it, too!

    • Clare Dunphy Hemani Author
      Clare Dunphy Hemani 4 years ago

      Hello Dear Agnes!
      It’s been ages since we were together and I am so thrilled to hear from you. Doesn’t Pilatesology.com ROCK ? They make it possible for us to all still be together (somewhat) and learn from eachother even though we are continents apart. Thanks for your comment.
      Hugs to you and your little ones, Clare

  3. hojnikova
    hojnikova 4 years ago

    Hi, so many new things to do on the spine corrector! Love this class. Thank you so much for this video and all the great tips.
    More please. 🙂
    Hello from Malibu.
    tina

    • Clare Dunphy Hemani Author
      Clare Dunphy Hemani 4 years ago

      Hello Tina from Malibu!
      Glad to hear from you again, thank-you:) Try doing the workout on yourself 3 times in one week and let me know what you discover! So fun, isn’t it? Like body candy:)

  4. ladyjane 4 years ago

    Brilliant! Loved It! Many thanks, great to keep clients challenged and interested with the spine corrector.

    • Clare Dunphy Hemani Author
      Clare Dunphy Hemani 4 years ago

      Amazing how versatile the spine corrector is! Try it out yourself and you’ll feel it tomorrow I can assure you:) Thanks for taking the time to comment, I appreciate hearing from you!

  5. joesmat 4 years ago

    May I ask Clare!
    1. Are these two ladies Pilates Instructors, and did you train them from the beginning?
    2. Clare – If you only had the choice of ONE piece of Joseph Pilates Apparatus to perfect your practice on,given all your years of experience, which piece of Apparatus would you choose?
    3. I really liked how you chose to integrate lots of posterior chain work into this practice, and the exercises are all in the matwork!
    A word of Congratulations and Appreciation to these two ladies for their spirit and effort.

    • Clare Dunphy Hemani Author
      Clare Dunphy Hemani 4 years ago

      Hello again! We seem to meet here a lot lately:)
      1. Jen and Moe are Pilates Instructors. Jen went through her certification program with me and Pam Garcia. She faithfully takes weekly lessons now for I think it is 5 years and drives over an hour to get to me. Moe is also a studio owner, trained originally with Stott and came to me a little over a year ago “to get in shape”. They are both great students and practice what they preach!!
      2. This is a tough one to answer. If you don’t count the mat as apparatus then it would be a toss up between the spine corrector and the wunda chair, but I’d miss the reformer and cadillac! They all have different effects on the body which is why the system works so well. My body needs different things depending on the day, what else I have been doing etc. so my goal is achieving balance.
      3. Posterior chain work is a great feature of the spine corrector and yes, you can do so many mat exercises with it. By the way, I am still thinking about ways to adapt chair exercises to the mat.
      These two ladies work hard for what they can do. And we have a lot of fun mixed in too! Thanks for your curiousity! You are welcome at my studio anytime.

      • joesmat 4 years ago

        Thank you Clare very much indeed for a most complete, thoughful and considered response. I am full of admiration and respect for your two students, and especially, Jen who travels so far each week for a lesson.
        Likewise, I am so very grateful to you for your offer to help in respect of adapting exercises from the Wunda Chair to the mat.
        Most Gracious of you.

  6. Fernanda Dutra 4 years ago

    That was amazing!!! Thank you so much… and congratulations for the bodies, really nice job!

    • Clare Dunphy Hemani Author
      Clare Dunphy Hemani 4 years ago

      Fernanda,
      I am glad you enjoyed it! Isn’t it fun to see soo many familiar exercises from other apparatus adapted to the Spine Corrector? And yes, Jen and Moe did an amazing job!
      Thanks for sharing, I appreciate hearing from viewers like you who share a mutual love for the work!

  7. pilatesgal50 4 years ago

    Love the Spine Corrector! Thank you for sharing your enthusiasm for it and all the great tips.

    • Clare Dunphy Hemani Author
      Clare Dunphy Hemani 4 years ago

      I love the Spine Corrector too! SO glad you watched and enjoyed it.

  8. Dolores Coeck 4 years ago

    Hi Clare
    I love this class!!!

    • Clare Dunphy Hemani Author
      Clare Dunphy Hemani 4 years ago

      Hi Dolores,
      Yeay! Thanks so much for sharing, it means so much to hear from viewers!

  9. lghammerle

    Hi Clare, As a former native MASS resident myself, I can appreciate your “wicked hard” comment after the push-ups 🙂
    Thank you for your detail in the exercises and the bodies. I am going to try the standing ending on the barrel. I have not done that before!

    • Clare Dunphy Hemani Author
      Clare Dunphy Hemani 4 years ago

      These two girls worked hard! Jen Hill and Moe Sullivan really rocked and did “wicked good”! Thanks for taking the time to write, I appreciate it:-)

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