Stand Up Tall – Part 1 of 3

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How’s your standing posture? If it could use a tune up, join Sandy Shimoda for an exploration into the components that keep us tall and upright. You’ll get slow and detailed work that pays immediate benefits by creating length in your torso and strength in the hip girdle and feet. Our thanks to Sandy’s students for this video, teachers Lesley Logan, Keion Moradi Means, and Christina Pierson. Visit Sandy at Vintage Pilates. Here’s links to: Part 2 and Part 3.

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  1. Mileta Smith
    Mileta Smith 2 months ago

    Thank you Alisa!

  2. Mileta Smith
    Mileta Smith 2 months ago

    Thank you Sandy! I always enjoy learning from you!!

  3. Mileta Smith
    Mileta Smith 2 months ago

    Just wanted to ask if you would consider renaming this series.

    “Stand Your Ground” struck me as a political statement, especially now with what’s happening in our country. For many African Americans, the Stand Your Ground Law brings up concerns about racial bias in the law’s application. Please see article below for more information on this.

    https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/article/is-there-racial-bias-in-stand-your-ground-laws/

    Your consideration is appreciated.

    • Sandy Shimoda Author

      Hi Mileta,

      Thanks for writing in. I would be happy for Alisa & Jack to rename the series. I hope you enjoyed it.

    • Alisa Wyatt

      Thank you so much for pointing this out Mileta, I had no idea and will retitle it right now❤️

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