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Pilates: Level 2 Class 2

Intermediate II

Kim ramps it up it a bit for this beginner level two class. She keeps to the fundamental pilates principals as she guides you through exercises that are a bit more challenging than level one. Enjoy!

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PeacefulRN
PeacefulRN
April 15, 2021
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Great core workout - cheerfully guided with modifications offered along the way. Will return to this one - thanks, Kim!

Blondiebrownie
Blondiebrownie
January 31, 2020
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I adore Kim and all of her classes literally helped change my life. I had to take a break whole pregnant but I'm back at it. It feels so good! I love all the fusion classes she teaches and what a beautiful spirit Kim has. Thank you always.

Becky in TX
Becky in TX
October 2, 2017
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I do love Kim's classes; I love her spirit, her tone, and her energy.
In the world of wishing it didn't end so soon, I do wish there was a stretch at the end.
Thanks Kim, you're awesome.

Sanj17
Sanj17
August 18, 2017
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Very good practice. Easy to follow.

Laura-Jean
Laura-Jean
February 24, 2017
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this was perfect for a morning stretch...beginning of my day!

debbiehodkinson
debbiehodkinson
January 2, 2017
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i normally do yoga so this was so different for me but loved it. great for the core

birdnthesky
birdnthesky
August 28, 2016
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I've been working through all of the Pilates videos. Unfortunately, there aren't very many to choose from. I found this class difficult to follow. It is listed as a beginner class but doesn't seem very beginner like. It is fast paced with little instruction on how to transition into each move. Once you are in the poses, she explains it better but it is still fast. Might want to try the "Yoga for Inner Strength" video by Melissa Krieger before you jump into Kim's clases. I was able to connect better with the basics. I really hope to see more pilates/yoga fusion classes added.

joyscout
joyscout
November 19, 2015
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Love this practice , and all the anatomy information in it. thank you !

loganfaulk
loganfaulk
November 17, 2013
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What a great workout after a run- really brings it all together and makes you work on those muscles you didn't know you had! Definitely doing this one again.

Thanks so much!

ms_berglund
ms_berglund
October 13, 2013
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Great challenge! Will do this straight after level 1 for a full body workout. Good instructor, too!

Amorous3
Amorous3
September 1, 2012
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I love doing this exercise in the morning. It get me balanced for the rest of the day. Thank you.....

kchancecarter
kchancecarter
June 9, 2012
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I had no trouble following the cueing. This is an excellent, short workout that I am sure I will feel tomorrow...and Kim Wilson is so encouraging and sweet-natured! Thanks.

Marcia
Marcia
March 5, 2012
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I have trouble with the cueing on the video, particularly when I am in positions where I cannot see the screen. The instructor keeps saying "Exhale, inhale" but does not say what positions you are supposed to be in during the breaths and I cannot follow the instructor. For example, there were times during the bridging when my back was on the floor and I found that the instructor's back was lifted up, and vice versa. I also noticed that during side kicks, the instructor was kicking forward and back, although it sounded from her instructions like I was only supposed to kick forward.

It would be better if the instructor simply explained the breathing at the beginning of the exercise, and then during the exercise itself said up, down; right, left; front, back, etc.

As the video is now, I found it very difficult to follow.