Open Level

Open Level

In this section you will find tutorial videos or slow workouts where many explanations are provided. The content is for beginners, advanced students and everyone in between.

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  • Webinar Ashelii

    Tune in to listen to this incredible webinar! Ashelii has been fantastic explaining us what happen at the level of the blood when we eat so that we can do educated choices! We talked about blood sugar hacks, she was able to answer both general and personal questions (that might relate to more tha...

  • Asian-Inspired Recipes

    Asian-Inspired Recipes - Ashelii Rabelo founder of HKHL

  • Members' Meeting Jan 2024

    Conversations about "Fit at the Desk" and more...

  • A closer look: T8-T9

    T8-T9 is probably THE hardest ELDOA of the spine. It's also such an important link that almost everyone needs this ELDOA. watch this video to see how you can build up to 1 minute and be inspired by some factors of progressions that can be helpful to you or your clients.

  • Double leg bent

    The "double leg bent stretch" is the second exercise of the abdominal series in Pilates. It's such a complete exercise and although it's in the beginner sequence, it's not easy when properly executed! In it you can find the strength, length and control!

  • Warm up for the neck and shoulders

    Open Level - Pace: Moderate
    This is the perfect warm up for the neck and shoulders. We’ll warm up all the joints of the body but the neck and shoulders more in depth.

  • Blood Sugar Regulation Hacks

    Blood Sugar Regulation Hacks - Ashelii Rabelo founder of HKHL

  • A closer look - Single bent leg

    Single Leg Bent - The first exercise of the Pilates abdominal series.
    As usual in "a Closer LOOK" we’ll go over a few important points for each exercise, a few factors of progressions or things to pay attention to and then we’ll go for it!
    Great for teachers and for clients who wants to double ch...

  • A closer look T6

    T6-T7 is a very important link for the ribcage and for a forward neck posture as well.
    As usual in "a Closer LOOK" we’ll go over a few important points for each exercise, a few factors of progressions or things to pay attention to and then we’ll go for it!
    Great for teachers and for clients who w...

  • Warm up for the Ribcage - 12 min

    Open Level - Pace: Moderate
    This is the perfect warm up for the ribcage. We’ll warm up all the joints of the body but the ribcage more in depth.

  • Members' Call November

    Great conversation about the knee

  • October 2023 Members Meeting

    All about the neck... and more.

  • Warm up for ELDOA 12min

    Warm up for ELDOA
    Open Level - Pace: Moderate
    This is the perfect warm up for an ELDOA workout: no high impact (jumps) and no pure rotational movements so that we’ll keep as much space as possible in between the vertebrae also during the warm up! All the joints of the body are taken care of but t...

  • September 2023 Members' Meeting

  • Warm up for the Squat - 10 min

    Open Level - Pace: Moderate
    This is the perfect warm up for a squat workout! The many joints of the ankles, knees, pelvis and back need to be “oiled” and prepared for the demanding global movement of the squat to make sure we don’t run into injuries. You can do that in 10 super efficient minutes 😉

  • FEET-NESS Barbie workout

    Is the Barbie foot position good or bad? safe or dangerous?
    The tik-tok challenge created a lot of buzz between podiatrists and experts who are concerned about the missing support at the foot and ankle while in that position

    That’s fair but it’s also true that the ankle is supposed to be able to...

  • July 2023 Members' Meeting

    A smart foot: the importance of proprioception

  • June Monthly Call

    Interesting conversations on the foot: posterior tibialis, tarsal syndrome, Plantar fasciitis, bunion and more.

  • Tibialis Posterior - 18 min

    Open level - Pace: Slow
    Quick focused workout on the Tibialis Posterior Muscle. We'll use Rescue LOOP, a towel and a 2by4 wedge or rigid cover book

  • Monthly Call April 2023

    Review regarding the circulatory exercises.

  • Monthly Call March 2023

    Interesting conversations regarding the cervical spine, ELDOA, concussions but also hammer toes and April's program for the members.

  • MEETING MELT zoom live

    Join Hallee Altman in this amazing zoom live class that will MELT your body

  • Meeting Hallee

    In this Webinar Hallee help us getting started with the program: Meeting MELT

    Whether you are new to The MELT Method, or have experience with connective tissue self-treatment techniques, this 8 week program will transform your thinking and execution of Pilates Mat work.  The first four weeks int...

  • Kneeling Chest Expansion

    Often, a quick fix of an upright looking posture creates more compensation than a slouched posture. This class will focus on both the rooted and reflexive core, and rehydrating your connective tissue from the bottom up. The result will be improved posture, greater range of motion and more effic...