Level 2 Yoga/Pilates Fusion

Kim Wilson
Instructor Kim Wilson
Average: 4.8 (238 votes)
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Our first fusion class, this one will challenge you from start to finish. Kim's light-hearted approach and effortless guidance makes this difficult class more accessible. But don't fool yourself - you may find your arms and legs shaking with fatigue more than once. Get ready for a workout!

Equipment: None
Style: Pilates


nadonado 2 months ago

Great full body workout. No fancy poses but making the most of holding the poses and breathing into it. The twists are great and the next day my sides told me so. Thank you.

EmmaPeele 3 months ago

Great class, great teacher, and one inspiring dog! More of this please!

bobwire 4 months ago

Very energizing, a good workout. Instructor is gentle and motivating.

LucyHB 5 months ago

Such a satifying class and so much fun to do! Thanks Kim :-)

ChristieG 8 months ago

That was hard! But Kim kept me going with her encouragement and smiles. I was a bit disappointed we didn't get introduced to the yoga dog!

Martha Hitchmough 8 months ago

I never thought I’d get through this because Pilates is still a bit new to me, but Kim is so lovely and cheerful she makes you forget the time and then all of a sudden you’ve done it!
Thank you Kim

PeacefulRN 1 year ago

Wow, that was awesome! I mean, it was a little terrible in parts, lol, but Kim's energy and playfulness helped me through. Definitely intense on the shoulders w/ lots of planks and down dogs, and plenty of core engagement throughout. A nice challenge and change of pace from my usual vinyasa practices.

celticmelody 2 years ago

I enjoy Kim's positive energy and the pace of this class. Just the right amount of challenge.

I do find that this class is fairly taxing on my shoulders - it would be great to have more relaxation at the end of the class to relieve any tension in the shoulders. I wonder what kind of stretches would be beneficial to help stretch out and relax the shoulders?

David Procyshyn 2 years ago

Thanks for the feedback. Yes, pilates classes do tend to have a shorter relaxation at the end and less time spent on stretching. If you would like to follow this up with a class that stretches the shoulders, we have plenty. The best way to find them is to enter 'shoulders' into the search box above.
Take care,

mollybee23 2 years ago

This is just what I needed to reconnect with my trunk! Intentional focus of breath and abs!