Dance 135:

Pilates Mat I

with Elizabeth Sexe
About Pilates Mat I

Pilates is a physical conditioning program that creates balance, improves posture, decompresses joints and creates elongated, toned muscles. The exercises focus on core strength, breath, and a flexible spine. Pilates Mat I will teach students the Level I-III Mat exercises. Students explore functional anatomy and imagery-based alignment.

Dance 135: Pilates Mat I Times

M,T,W,Th

8:30-10:05am
Dance 135: Pilates Mat I Dates
May 30 –
June 25
Dance 135: Pilates Mat I Credits
Credit
Course
Dance 135: Pilates Mat I Questions
Questions?

Contact sexe@wisc.edu

Meet Your Professor

Liz Sexe

Liz Sexe

Educator, Performer, and Choreographer

Liz Sexe, MFA, is an educator, performer, and choreographer.   As a performer she has been described as “a clean and efficient mover.”   Currently she is a Lecturer in the UW-Madison Dance Department, Pilates instructor at Capital Fitness, and teacher at Studio 3-D.   Sexe is a member of the Li Chiao-Ping Dance Company and has also performed works by Robert Battle, Rachel Berman, Alyce Finwall, Kimiko Guthrie, Lionel Popkin, and Anna Sokolow.  Her own choreography has appeared with Li Chiao-Ping Dance, at Danceworks Inc. and with Madison’s Barebones Dance Collective. (Source)

Look for DANCE 135 in your

course guide or student center.