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Scroll down for description of courses: Body Warm Up, Heart WarmUp, & Soul Warm Up.
Body Warm Up
People who can benefit from Warm Up workouts for the Body are:
Everyone and Anyone
Mamas who are 6 weeks postpartum for postpartum core rehab
People who have endured an accident or injury and want to ease back into exercise
Women who are experiencing symptoms of prolapse, incontinence, and Diastasis Recti
People who have not exercised in many years and are wondering where to start
People who have tried other streaming workouts and find them to be too fast or too intense
People with back pain, neck pain, pelvic pain or joint pain
People with autoimmune diseases such as Fibromyalgia or Parkinson’s
People who want to heal their nervous system
People of all ages specifically 40’s, 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and older
Dancers in search of a good Warm Up before class or rehearsal
Professional or non-professional athletes who need a good Warm Up before the game or on days off to flush out soreness
Survivors of Trauma
A loving blend of Pilates, Yoga, Strength Training, and Dance Conditioning, Warm Up workouts for the body are merciful movements for people who want to heal their body with movement.
Long slow deep breathing and gentle exercise are all within your power to improve your health. When practiced daily, you will get stronger, more flexible, and improve your posture.
As you get stronger Warm Up progresses from easeful mat exercises to standing strength training.
Warm Up can be practiced anytime, anywhere.
Find a place a home to flip out your mat and press play.
Take a 5 minute Warm Up break at your office.
Practice Warm Up on your phone outside in your backyard or at the park.
Listen to the guided meditations in bed.
Warm Up can be practiced in a hospital bed similarly to how Joseph Pilates rehabbed his patients with exercise when he was a nurse.
Warm Up is meant to be practiced daily, before you workout, to take a break during the day, and to unwind at night.
A simple program to remember is
Warm Up – Workout – Cool Down
Warm Up before you walk, run, or do any kind of cardio.
Warm Up before you clean your house, garden, or do construction.
Warm Up before hitting the gym, taking a class or doing martial arts.
Warm Up before swimming
Warm Up to prepare you for lifting kids, groceries, or boxes.
Warm Up before moving furniture.
Warm Up to help you wake up.
Warm Up before you go to bed.
Warm Up before you play sports.
Warm Up before you hike.