15 Minute Total Body Pilates Workout + Presencing Exercise

movement Feb 04, 2021
total body pilates workout

Have you ever thought, “I should be doing this right now but I have to workout.”?

If so, I need you to understand one crucial mindset shift to your movement practice…

>>Movement is something you get to do, it is NOT a punishment.<<

For example, it'd be silly to not brush your teeth, take a shower, or fire up the coffee machine every morning, right? Yes, the caffeine addiction is real!

But friend, think of your movement practice as brushing your teeth.

*It'd be silly not to take care of your body!*

But understand this: just going through the motions of a workout is not going to benefit you in an empowering way.

>>Bringing awareness to how you're moving is what makes my unique way of Pilates training so effective.<<

On the days where I feel sluggish or tired, I know that doing a gentle 10-minute workout will help me feel better.

I can enjoy my day more because I prioritized my health.

You see, I'm not asking you to add one more thing to your plate...I'm here to maximize the time that you do have and shed light on the fact that working out doesn't have to be complicated.

I know you can find 10-15 minutes in your day to connect your mind to your body...it'd be silly not to!

To get you started, I wanted to share this all in one movement practice with you below. I take you through a 15-minute at-home Pilates workout followed by a 5-minute presencing exercise to show you and your body some love.

If you’re looking for a Platform to help you show up for just 10-minutes every day, the Core Studio App has your back, Beautiful. This is your personal invitation to >>join Core Studio<< and allow this gentle movement practice to transform the way you think of fitness so you can see what’s possible for your body.

The material contained within is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. You should seek prompt medical care for any specific health issues and consult your physician before beginning a new regimen or purchasing any product(s).

get started by grabbing my free resources.

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