Pilates Audios are Awesome
Why Pilates Audios?
I first got the idea of recording Pilates Audios from a client of mine when I first moved to Turks and Caicos. He traveled a lot, often to places without great internet or electrical facilities. Because he suffered from back pain due to a herniated disc, and he found it easy to follow my verbal cuing in his private sessions, he wanted an audio workout that he could do anywhere.
And the Pilates for Lower Back Pain Audio, my first, was born.
It then struck me that many of my clients on the island were in the same boat, but had different issues, which led me to record Pilates for Neck and Shoulder Pain and Pilates with Ring and Foam Roller, both for a French Canadian client who also traveled constantly and strained her neck looking at videos.
My fourth audio, Pilates Basics Mat Class, came when I worked on Parrot Cay. Several guests loved my classes so much that they asked me to record a shortened 40 minute version for them to do at home.
Pilates Audios with Clear Verbal Cues
It is important that audios have clear verbal cues, otherwise you will have no idea what you are doing, and could actually hurt yourself.
I have been told that my audios offer clear and to the point instructions, so you will always know what you are doing. This also makes them great for Pilates teachers. New teachers will benefit from hearing new ways of cuing or modifying an exercise, while experienced teachers will enjoy a restorative Pilates workout with some possibly new and interesting cues.
Pilates Audios Are Inexpensive
My Pilates Audios are only $10. You download an audio file that you can play on any device or burn to CD. And you can do the workout as often as you like with no additional fees.
Pilates for Lower Back Pain:
I recommend this audio program to anyone looking to rid themselves from back pain and who does not wish to leave the comfort of their own home to do so. Lynda’s voice is soothing and her instructions are crystal clear and so easy to follow!
Change your life like I am doing~ I have been following Lynda on my iPod for about a week now and am blown away by the difference it is making!
Simply put – Do NOT spend a dime on any books or videos to ease your back pain until you listen to Lynda’s audio program!
Scott Taylor, Karate & Kickboxing Instructor
Pilates for Neck and Shoulder Pain:
O M G, I ssssoooooo needed that neck and shoulder stretch. I get so tight in that area from swimming, which is my main aerobic exercise. I feel 100% better now. Thanks a million, Lynda. I really appreciate the way you bring attention to the subtle details that make such a big differences in the body. That awareness in itself is enlightening.
Martin Kettelhut, PhD, Executive Coach
Pilates with Ring and Foam Roller:
It is suitable for pretty much any level of exerciser, because you will gain balance, strength, and control, and you can challenge yourself with the moves to make it even more challenging. I used a very firm foam roller, so I didn’t have a cushion or sink into it at all, making the balance parts fairly tough.
Lynda has this really great way of not letting you know that it’s going to be hard, and then it just is! Her cues are easy to understand, eliminating the possibility of not getting it right.
Sunni Almond, Pilates Teacher
Pilates Basics Mat Class:
Bottom Line: This is a solid, beginner-to-intermediate Pilates mat workout with good instruction. The workout flow is mostly there, the important cues are there, and the workout builds nicely. It’s quite handy to have a Pilates workout or two readily available on one’s phone or digital device.
Marguerite Ogle, Pilates Teacher & former About.com Pilates Expert