Deep Glute & Hip Flexors

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Hello and welcome back to week 10 with Pilates With Marilyn!

My name is Marilyn Harder, Pilates Instructor and Master trainer.

This week we are going to focus on our deep hip rotators and our gluteus medius in connection and control.

Remember that deep glute med is responsible for the tracking of the femurs, which is the long bone of the leg, and essentially our knee alignment.

If your knee is rotated in or your feet are rotated out in space just know that is work here will help create strength and connection, to enhance our ability to take it into everyday life.

Also in this workout, I challenge you to deepen your understanding and connection in your own body so I’ll give you a lot of thinking points and appreciation points Know that you are beautiful. Know that you are worth it. Pilates is for every BODY out there. It doesn’t matter any of the divisive things.

It’s never too late to start a Pilates practice. You are never too out of shape to start a Pilates practice.

Trust me when I say you are never too broken to start a Pilates practice.

I challenge you to take time for yourself this week.

I appreciate you tuning in and more so I appreciate you taking the time to honor and love on and encourage your body in self-care.

You are worth it.

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Marilyn Harder

Marilyn Harder is an ambassador of all things self love and self care. She holds both a Master’s Degree in Business (MBA) and a Bachelors of Science in Psychology from UC Davis and well over 60 certifications in the movement and wellness industry. She has an advanced knowledge of kinesthetic movement that she acquired in her work with dysfunctional movement patterns in a 55 and older retirement community. She works primarily as a Pilates Master Trainer and has taken over 150 people through the 500 hour comprehensive Pilates Teacher Training program. Concurrently, she works as Bowenwork practitioner and a Restorative Wellness Practitioner both as additional modalities to troubleshoot healing and optimal wellness. She utilizes her education in all realms (psychology, movement, naturopathic health and nutrition) in her approach to beauty. What we put on and in our bodies matters but not nearly as much as HOW and WHY we do so. Marilyn approaches health and beauty through a triad -movement, nutrition and self care. Out of self care, self love is born. And out of self love authentic purpose, passion, and works are done. She believes that all pursuit of happiness and purpose begins by anchoring yourself spiritually and loving yourself through the eyes of God.