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Summary

This is an easy to follow 45 minute audio Pilates class for beginners. The class contains a selection of effective mat based Pilates exercises that are suitable for those with little previous experience of this wonderfil mind/body system.

Pilates for Beginners Class 1 is accompanied by a free PDF guide booklet that highlights the instructions and provides reference photos of each exercise.The class is instructed by Lucy Owen. Lucy specialises in teachingmat based Pilates to newcomers, her expert instruction is clear and easy to follow.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

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What disappointed you about Pilates for Beginners Class 1?

If you are irritated by an inability to distinguish between the verbs 'to lay' and 'to lie' then this is probably not for you.

What was most disappointing about Lucy Owen’s story?

A clear introduction to the movements giving their name at the start would help.

Any additional comments?

Offering the same feedback pro forma for an instructional tape as you do for a novel is just silly