Hi, my name is Sarah Luna. And today, I'm going over Pilates for Gluteus Medius tendonitis. So, tendonitis usually occurs when there's over use or over training in a certain muscle. Before you start rehabbing, make sure you consult with your physician, give yourself plenty of rest and ice. Once you're ready to start rehabbing, then it's really important to start strengthening and stretching that particular muscle group. So, today I'm here at Equinox and I'm going to show you three different exercises and stretches that you can do to help rehab your tendonitis. So, for the first exercise, go ahead and lay down on your side, hips stacked and shoulders stacked. Lift that top leg up, you're going to kick it forward, stretch that hamstring and kick it back and stretch the hip flexor. Go ahead and repeat that several times, until you get nice flexibility in both the hip flexor and the hamstring. Exercise number, you're going to come up onto the reformer. Put your feet wide and slide that carriage out and squeeze it back in. This is a hip stabilizer exercise, so you're working your inner and your outer thighs at the same time. Last exercise, you're sitting all the way down. You're going to cross the right ankle over the left thigh. Gently press that knee down and lean your forward. So that you stretch your hip flexor and your piriformis and your glute.