Mobility & Stretch Pilates

Nov 16, 2021

In this 25 minute Pilates Routine, take the time to feel good focusing on posture, hips, and shoulders. This is a gentle routine focusing on mobility and stretching exercises, perfect for days you want to move and nourish the body.

Unwinding and releasing tension is the goal of this slow flow mat Pilates Routine. Take time for you. Breathe deep and find ease with each Pilates stretch. No need to rush or push hard in this class, it’s about relaxing during this Mobility Pilates class.


Recommended Equipment

No equipment is needed for this class, but sometimes Yoga Blocks under the hands are helpful in the lunge position. Check out an up-to-date list of all the Pilates Equipment to help your at-home Pilates Practice on our Shop page!


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