Welcome to T — F Studio.
Model, Certified health coach & pilates instructor Tasha Franken created online pilates studio T — F Studio to provide unique & dynamic, feel good mat Pilates workouts to strengthen your mind and body.
T — F Studio was created after trying countless workout classes and trainers that didn’t achieve the results I was looking for.
These workouts are designed for EVERY BODY to do at home, with minimal equipment, space and time.
Videos are categorized by duration, equipment & body part, so you can find something for every day and mood.
I can't wait to see you in the studio!
A good morning flow for you!!
The perfect way to start your day.
Lots of stretching & breathing & twists to boost circulation, detoxify & calm your mind. If I could recommend one thing - it's moving in the morning. It completely TRANSFORMS your day and this video does just that!
Optional ankle weights otherwise no equipment necessary.
* As always if something doesn't feel good for you adjust accordingly. This workout is for YOU so if you need to rest your head or bend your knees- do it!
Take breaks and get back into it when you feel ready.
Or if you're feeling extra strong & energized you can always combine several of my workout videos back to back depending on what you want to focus on!
A quick burn!
15 mins full body workout focusing on lengthening and strengthening your arms, abs and butt. Quick Warm up and cool down included.
No equipment necessary but you're welcome to add ankle weights or a resistance band if you like!
Join me on this STRONG 40 min full body sculpting workout from the mat to standing with cardio!
Connect your mind to body using slow inhales and exhales in order to focus on those hard to reach muscles.
This sequence will sculpt your abs and arms, lift your butt and lengthen your legs. As well a...
I hope you enjoy this longer video to leave you feeling strong and empowered! GO YOU!
A 40min full body workout with CARDIO for everyone looking to get a sweat on at home.
No equipment or shoes necessary but I recommend grabbing your mat and adding optional some ankle weights for extra resistance...