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Pilates Anytime: Feet and Knees, Keys to Stability and Balance

In Class 3 of our Pilates Fundamentals series with Amy Havens, learn ways to prevent falls


Video run time is 30 minutes.
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No one wants to fall and break a bone. This class focuses on ways to strengthen the relationship between foot and knee alignment for proper stability, strength and balance. With proper awareness of how our feet and knees relate, we can improve our balance and prevent falls.

Certified instructor Amy Havens from online streaming platform Pilates Anytime provides a fun and fulfilling approach to Pilates while offering modifications and support for independently mobile participants who have a basic physical activity level.

Suggested props: a tea towel or dish towel and a straight-backed chair.

Please consult your physician before beginning any exercise program.

Read about the lifelong benefits of Pilates.

 

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More Functional Pilates Videos

AARP Members Only Access is offering the following six on-demand Functional Pilates classes with Joy Puleo, and more free Pilates Anytime videos here.

 

Class 1: Strong Spine and Core Stability

Class 2: Neck and Shoulders, Partners and Allies

Class 3: Feet and Knees, Keys to Stability and Balance (this class)

Class 4: Get Hip to Functional Movement

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