I’ve created this workout based on a request from an older viewer who said ‘could you do something for us older people who are getting a bit stiff and achy’. So this is a Senior pilates standing workout for the 60+ age group. I’ve taught these exercises twice weekly to my Senior clients in London, they are ages 60- 83. What I have done is put together some exercises for the general aches & pains in the joints and spine that come with age. As well as some other exercises to help combat loss of strength, coordination and balance that also comes with age, but -and this is important- It doesn’t have to be that way! Doing these exercises regularly will improve all these things so I am recommending you build up to doing this workout at least twice a week. Take your time and do what you can, if anything is too challenging for you right now, don’t worry, just rest and come back and try again when you’re ready. Take care of yourselves.
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Disclaimer: It is recommended that you consult your Doctor or Healthcare Professional before starting any exercise programme. If you experience any pain or discomfort during this workout you should stop immediately and if necessary seek medical attention. When participating in any exercise or exercise programme, you agree that you do so at your own risk and assume all risk of injury to yourself. By using this video you understand and agree that Rachel Lawrence- The Girl with the Pilates Mat- will not be held responsible or liable for any injury or loss you may suffer as a result of undertaking the workout.