Even with a busy life, you can improve health, mobility, strength, balance and remove discomfort and weakness through identifying movement patterns that no longer serve you and shifting into movement patterns that serve you. The keys are awareness, right alignment, right movement, dedication and consistency. These videos were made with the intension to support you when you don't have time to get to a class, are traveling or want an excuse to not have excuses. So dust off your mat, roller, elastic band, balls, a friend or just yourself, and let's move!

In this collection, you will find:

  • Movement-based Classes inspired by travel, Pilates mat work, props, partner work, yoga, pain management, time management, enjoyment and a need to move. Classes vary in length from 10 minutes to 60 minutes to fit your needs.
  • Informative Anatomy and Movement-Mechanic bites that give you a deeper look into the body and its mechanics so that you can understand it's rhymes and reasons.
  • For you instructors out there, we have videos to inspire sequences for your classes and clients.

Video Specifics:

Within the description of each video, you will see these details that will help you find the videos that are right for you.

Categories: Travel, Pilates, Yoga, Functional Movement and Short & Sweet

Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced or some blend of those

Pace - Slow, Moderate, Quick or some blend of those

Focus - Whole Body, Core Body, Lower Body, Upper Body, Stretching, Anatomy/Movement-Mechanics  

Props - roller, band, ball, block, towel, chair, etc.

*The number at the end of a class title indicates the order in which a video was produced; it does not correlate with a classes level or order in which you should watch the videos. 

No matter your background and experience level, we encourage you to start of with slow-paced and beginner-level classes so that you lay the foundation for success.  Yes, success in executing the exercises well, but ultimately success in building an intelligent, strong, efficient, healthy body. Know your limitations and observe the 'considerations' for each class. Modify or omit any exercises that don't feel right.  When you are feeling up to it, challenge yourself to take on the advance variations or classes.  Listen to your body and work toward health and wellness!

It’s all about balance and the balance of opposites -
strength & flexibility, physical & mental, effort & surrender, deep & superficial, micro & macro, work & play! 
— Wainani Arnold