MOTR: More Than a Roller

The MOTR meets you where you are and takes you farther than you ever thought possible.

Whether you’re looking to improve your basic fitness or need sport-specific conditioning, the MOTR allows you to perform hundreds of exercises based on Pilates principles of whole body integration. Workouts on the MOTR stimulate multiple muscle groups simultaneously by combining dynamic movement, core stabilization and balance challenges. You’ll improve your strength and flexibility while learning proper body alignment and healthy movement patterns.

At Paragon, we offer MOTR classes for clients and MOTR training for fitness professionals, movement educators and rehab clinicians.

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*All MOTR photos courtesy of Balanced Body.

Join us for MOTR training

May 18-20, 2018

The MOTR is a versatile, portable exercise system combining the balance, stability, and release work of a foam roller with the resistance exercises of an independent pulley system found on the Pilates reformer. From novice to advanced, the MOTR encourages proper alignment and healthy movement patterns while giving your clients a unique cardiovascular workout. It can be used on its own for a class or in a circuit with other movement modalities.

The MOTR is easy to set up, use and store. It’s also small, portable, and affordable — Perfect for a small studio or a client’s home!

Register today

Next test-out date: September 28, 2018

Other test-out dates available upon request.
Call the studio to schedule (952) 405-9765

Ginny Massie

Meet the Instructor

Ginny Massie

Paragon’s Ginny Massie specializes in teaching deep strengthening skills and personal body awareness while assisting body realignment. She has practiced and studied Pilates for over fourteen years, completed her comprehensive Pilates education through Balanced Body, and recently joined Paragon’s education team as a Balanced Body Master Instructor for both Pilates and MOTR. Ginny has attended many courses to help treat special conditions including pelvic stability, osteoporosis, and pre/post-natal movement.