The Big Stretch

The Big Stretch

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The Big Stretch
  • The Big Stretch: post cardio session

    This stretch session was created for the days you want to seamlessly transition into a stretching routine after a walk or run. Of course, it can be done barefoot if you prefer. We start with standing stretches for the spine and upper body and move through twists, hip opening lunges and seated for...

  • The Big Stretch - hips, hamstrings, quads

  • The Big Stretch: Sun Salutation Flow

    Moving through some dynamic sun salutations is a great way to warm up the body and find a balance of stretching both the front side and the back side of your body. Each sun salutation is different and other stretch movements interwoven into the flow.

  • The Big Stretch at your Desk

    Pilates inspired stretches right at your desk.

  • The Big Stretch

    The Big Stretch is meant to feel ooey-gooey and take more time to stretch out areas of the body that feel tight and restricted.
    We move slowly with intention into a full body stretch sequence that will create more space in your body and leave you feeling all the feels.

  • The Big Stretch: Full Body

    Side bends to open your rib cage and improve breathing, lengthening the backs of your legs, opening your hips, upper back and so much more. You’re going to love how you feel after this segment.

  • 20 min The Big Stretch

    Starting with spinal movement. You are only as young as your spine is mobile. Then moving into shoulders, hips (those pesky hip flexors) and outer hips (glutes). We twist, we lengthening and open up the backs of the legs working our way through the body.

  • The Big Stretch - at the wall

    Explore a full body stretch session at the wall. The wall is such a great resource to deepen and support our stretches.

  • The Big Stretch - Fluidity and Rotation

  • 25 min The Big Stretch

    Slow down. Breathe. Focus on opening up those tight and restricted parts of the body that are often neglected.

  • 20 min The Big Stretch

    In this Big Stretch we focus on how to incorporate our Pilates principles into our stretching practice. Core support not only helps us feel stretches better, but allows for us to move in and out of them more safely. Enjoy you usual ooey-gooey Big Stretch session with some added snippets of PBW tips.

  • The Big Stretch: Hips to Hamstrings

    Full Body stretch session. Ooey-gooey openings from your head to your toes.

  • The Big Stretch: Tension release

    Benefits of stretching include improving posture and range of motion, minimizing back pain, relaxation and calming the mind. All you need is 15 minutes to stop, drop and stretch. See you on the mat!

  • The Big Stretch: After a Long Day

    Full body stretch focusing on areas that feel a lot of wear and tear from sitting.