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Marley Fields

Hometown: Santa Barbara

Certifications: Lagree, Pilates, Versaclimber, SRT, Bloom Method

Favorite Lagree Exercise: Bear

When not teaching you can find me: Snowboarding, Hiking, relaxing with my husband Jeff, and dog Thor.

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Recent Blogs

Pilates for Men: Its Not Just for Ballerinas

While Pilates started as a rehabilitation method for ballet dancers, it has since evolved into a methodology focusing on core, functional strengthening, posture, and flexibility. Many of these factors could benefit men who tend to overtrain certain joint, and muscles and neglect postural, and flexibility training creating movement imbalances. Pilates, at its simplest, zeroes in […]

Stretching | Our Top Pick of the month

Pilates and Lagree are both fantastic exercise methods which improve flexibility, and prevent injury. The Pilates Reformer allows clients to move through full range of motion with the help of the machine in a supported environment. The Megaformer is designed to allows client to work through full range of motion as well while performing Lagree […]

Lagree or Pilates | Which workout is for me?

All group fitness classes at Higher Terrain Aspen are accessible to any fitness level, however students might be looking for different things in their workout. We’re here to break down the differences between our Lagree Method classes, and Pilates Reformer classes. Lagree Method Classes Machine – Megaformer Fitness goals – Burn calories, build strength, and endurance, […]

6 Pilates Exercises that target your core

We all know that practicing Pilates exercise is one of the most effective ways to strengthen your core. Aside from having a chiselled mid section, having a strong core is important for helping you perform better during out door sports, stabilizing your lower back, and improving posture. Pilates is low impact, making it suitable for […]

Fuel your Pilates workout with Plant Based Food

Here are our top picks for a plant based boost before or after your Pilates workout in Aspen, Colorado! These favorite, locals spots are right around the corner from Higher Terrain studio! Power up with a Kermit Smoothie at JUS Aspen Pack a protein punch with a Go Green Scramble at Spring Cafe Aspen Energize […]

How is Lagree different from Pilates?

Are you looking to get in the best shape yet this year? If so, you might consider trying Lagree Method and Pilates Reformer workouts. Both of these versatile total-body workouts are designed to help you improve muscle tone and range of motion, get in shape, and improve your overall fitness level. A Comprehensive Comparison: Lagree […]

Why is Pilates good for back pain?

We’ve all heard how beneficial Pilates exercise can be for back pain, but why is that exactly? “We spend so much time sitting, or performing flexion based movements”, say physical therapist and studio owner Jen Metcalf. “Over time, this can cause a break down of the disks in the spine, in addition to a forward […]

Stretch and Restore with Pilates

Calling all athletes in Aspen, Colorado! Prevent injuries, and muscle over use by spending time stretching after hitting the trails and slopes hard. ” Many of the outdoor sports we participate in here in Aspen shorten lower body muscles,” says studio owner and physical therapist Jen Metcalf. “Pilates is a great way to incorporate stretching […]

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 […]

Pilates Reformer Class: Survival Guide

So you’re ready to sign up for a Classic Pilates Reformer class in Aspen at Higher Terrain, great. Here are a few tips to get the most out of your workout for our Pilates newbies! Let the Pilates instructor know this is your first class. This will allow us to walk you through the use […]