MAT & Motr Pilates


MAT Pilates

Mat Pilates refers to the practice of Pilates exercises performed on a mat, typically on the floor without the use of Pilates machines or equipment. It focuses on bodyweight exercises designed to improve core strength, flexibility, and overall muscular endurance. In Mat Pilates, participants engage in a series of movements and poses that target the muscles of the core, including the abdomen, lower back, hips, and glutes. The exercises often incorporate controlled breathing and precise alignment to enhance body awareness and control.

MOTR Pilates

The MOTR (Movement On The Roller) is a versatile piece of equipment used in Pilates that combines a foam roller with resistance components. It typically consists of a cylindrical foam roller attached to two resistance tubes, handles, and straps. MOTR exercises incorporate elements of balance, strength, and flexibility. The roller component adds an additional challenge by requiring stability during movements. Users can perform a variety of exercises, including strength training, cardiovascular conditioning, and Pilates-based movements.