Month: November 2022

Kaylee Kleidon

Hometown: Three Rivers, Michigan

Certifications: Lagree

Favorite Lagree Exercise: Runner’s Lunge

When I’m not teaching you can find me: Hiking

Bree DiBernardo

Hometown: Bree is from Boca Raton, Florida and moved to Colorado in 2013.

Certifications: Lagree, taught Yoga for 7 years before falling in love with Lagree

Favorite Lagree Exercise: Standing Inner Thighs | Elevator Lunge

When I’m not teaching you can find me: Skiing down. or skinning up the mountain, or hiking in the summer


Get Ski Fit with Lagree

Winter is in the air, and the ski lifts are about to open in Aspen. “Lagree is one of the best ways to strengthen your lower body, and work on functional strength and endurance,”says studio owner and physical therapist Jen Metcalf. “Keeping your quads, hamstrings, and gluts strong will help protect your joints, and reduce wear and tear during your outdoor sport activities, whether skiing, skinning, or hitting the nordic trails.”

Lagree Exercise | Runners Lunge

Lagree’s Runners Lunge is a great way to work the endurance of your quads in preparation for carving ski turns, and pushing through powder. Be sure to keep the front knee aligned directly over the ankle, and the back knee behind your hip.

Pro Tip: Place your fingertips on the high bars of your Megaformerâ„¢ to maintain the depth of the bend in your front knee.

Pilates Reformer | Group Class: Survival Guide

So you’re ready to sign up for a Pilates Reformer | Classic class at Higher Terrain, great. Here are a few tips to get the most out of your workout for our Pilates newbies!

  1. Let the Pilates instructor know this is your first class. This will allow us to walk you through the use of the Pilates Reformer, so you will be a pro by the end of the workout!
  2. Discuss any injuries, or limitations you may have with the instructor prior to the start of class. This will give the instructor a heads up, and allow them to guide you through modifications of any of the Pilates exercises performed during class in order to keep you safe and injury free.
  3. Bring your Pilates socks! We have a wide selection of grippy socks for sale at the studio. Although not required for our Pilates classes, wearing grip socks adds stability for clients on the Reformer, and helps us keep our studio clean.

We hope to see you soon in a Pilates Reformer class!

Love, and Planks

Higher Terrain Pilates

601 E. Hyman Ave.
Aspen, CO 81611
Entrance on S. Hunter St.
Basement Level

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