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Ballet Pilates Fusion

Ballet Pilates Fusion by Just b MethodThis DVD has such a nice mix of Pilates and ballet that it made me miss my days in ballet class. I have thought about taking a ballet class for years and this DVD gave me the ballet discipline I was wanting. Bernadette Giorgi, who developed the Just b Method, puts her varied background to good use as she mixes the three disciplines of ballet, Pilates and small hand weights for a fun and challenging method of conditioning.

There is a modern ballet rhythmic warm-up, a Pilates-inspired mat workout with 2lb weights and a standing ballet and Pilates fusion using a band for added resistance. Anyone with a background in dance would enjoy the fusion of ballet barre work, Pilates and added resistance. It is a nice combination for a new and challenging workout. I showed some of my instructors that are also dancers and they loved it. We are always looking for more standing options for our Pilates clients and this was a great resource.

Bernadette’s background includes Pilates, personal training, Black Belt, group instructor, former dancer, TV fitness expert and mom. Check out her website, Just b Method, for more information and other DVD’s. The Ballet Pilates Fusion DVD can be purchased at

By · Posted on October 28, 2008 · Topic Product Reviews

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