Pilates - West Dulwich

Wendy Jardine

Pelvic Floor, Pelvic Diaphragm

Pelvic Floor training, understanding the what, why, where and how while making a difference. Suitable for all

42 Everything you need for your pelvic floor

42 Everything you need for your pelvic floor

Video number 42 (12 minutes)

For All. Exercising and toning the pelvic diaphragm. Understanding it, finding it through breath, control, tone and release.

58 Breathe and Connect

58 Breathe and Connect

Video number 58 (20 minutes)

Breathe and connect. It's simple when you know how!  Twenty minutes of wonderful connection.  This video will give you complete understanding of breath and gives you time to master your training breath, to feel lateral thoracic breathing and to feel and master your connection and understand when to add load.  Fundamental, effective and vital for your wellbeing and will enhance your training and strength. (Have a couple of blocks or a block-sized book or two to hand)

71 Lungs lungs lungs

71 Lungs lungs lungs

Video number 71 (15 minutes)

Standing all the way through (or sitting if preferred) we breathe into every bit of our lungs and increase our lung capacity together. We'll oxygenate and rid ourselves of what we don't need and revitalise the good.  You'll lengthen and release your whole body, too.  Suitable and vital for all.

85 Exercising the Pelvic Floor v Pelvic Floor Connection

85 Exercising the Pelvic Floor v Pelvic Floor Connection

Video number 85 (17 minutes)

85 (circle or a cushion) is for men and women serious about wanting to strengthen the pelvic floor.  The session is supine throughout and uses an isotoner (circle or a cushion).  By the end of this session you will be in no doubt about exercising the pelvic floor versus how to maintain a gentle connection to the pelvic floor for core stability, feeling the difference between the two.  The session will give you complete conscious control and core training.

92 Office Trilogy: No Props No Costume

92 Office Trilogy: No Props No Costume

Video number 92 (15 minutes)

92 No props No costume This session is a 15 break from our working lives. Take 15 minutes with me.  No props or costume needed, just a wall or a door, and we'll breathe, connect, move, releasing the whole body, while standing.  We rebalance every joint and muscle, whether suited and booted or in our PJs. Breath, pelvic floor, lumbar release, full posterior chain, anterior chain and lateral chain release, shoulder stability through push-up, dumb waiter, rotator cuffs, neck release into shoulders and beyond, reminder of heel to toe. Session 93 is for you, too.

95 Calming and relaxing, mobilising and strengthening

95 Calming and relaxing, mobilising and strengthening

Video number 95 (17 minutes)

95 Calming, relaxing, mobilising and strengthening, we lie supine throughout this session using resistance: The Isotoner (or a pillow and a dressing gown belt). We, gently and calmly, deeply connect through breath and resistance, we oxygenate, we mobilise, we release the hips, lengthen the hamstrings, mobilise the spine, connect and extend through our upper back, we find pelvic stability and engage our outer thighs as we centre and balance our whole body, we arrange our spines with ease, to feel good, lengthened and relaxed. 

100 The Hundred

100 The Hundred

Video number 100 (16 minutes)

100 The Hundred keeps us strong. A Ball or Cushion, Circle or Belt can be used. In this session we build The Hundred to give our core a complete workout. We tone our inner thighs, knee stabilisers, outer thighs, neck and arms, too. Pilates called this move "The Hundred" because the arms pulse one hundred times.  We do over a hundred pulses in this session, but we do twenty at a time, and vary how we do The Hundred for a full body experience.

117 Core and Release

117 Core and Release

Video number 117 (18 minutes)

117 Pilates Ball (or similar) This session aligns and releases the body. It also shows my anomaly very clearly.  You can see that my right foot is considerably smaller than my left. We release the spine, neck, feet, hips, knees and hamstrings. We strengthen the core and balance and breathe. 

 

 

 

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