Learning and paying attention to differentiation skills is an essential building block of the Pilates Method. Realizing where the stability happens and where the movement comes from is a light bulb moment for a lot of clients. The Reformer is one of the best places to hone this skill because of all the feedback you get from the moving carriage.

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  1. Stephen

    One thing many of my clients struggle with is Isolation. It’s hard to move one part while keeping the rest of the body still, and even simple co-ordination exercises are difficult for many of them. I find it’s important to progress gradually. Thanks for the videos.

  2. JenniferGianni

    Hi Stephen,
    I can’t agree more. It is important to keep it simple and clear when building skill sets for our clients. A big amount of choreography can really take away from the primary focus of the movement. Sounds like you are doing a brilliant job with your clients. Thanks for watching and we love your feedback.