May 10-12, 2019

MONCHENGLADBACH, GERMANY

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Congress


By selecting Mönchengladbach, Joseph’s hometown, as the location of the International Pilates Heritage Congress, Lolita San Miguel and its Board President, Kathy Corey, could not have imagined any other better place to host a Pilates event that honors Joseph and Clara Pilates’ life work.

Joseph Pilates’ hometown has a special feel that goes beyond description. The little street is full of his history with little cafés where participants can go to enjoy time together sharing Pilates stories. Joseph's plaque and the beautiful venue, "Haus Erholung", are truly to be experienced with passion and curiosity.

The Pilates Heritage Congress wishes to continue to honor Joseph and Clara's work in an atmosphere where the foundation of the Pilates Legacy and its deep knowledge is carefully preserved, exchanged and transmitted from teacher to student, for a united global future, sharing our passion for the Pilates Method.

Heritage is the linking of the present to its original source. The Pilates International Heritage Congress honors Joseph Pilates in his hometown of Monchengladbach, Germany. The purpose of the Congress is to gather dedicated Pilates practitioners from around the world to celebrate the life and work of Joseph Pilates. This year the Congress brings together a unique group of teachers who are directly linked to Joseph Pilates by their teachers. Each one of our presenters studied with a Master Teacher who was privileged not only to learn from Joseph Pilates but also to have Mr. Pilates blessing to teach his work. Along with the original work from Joseph Pilates, this year’s congress presents the work as it was taught to our presenters and the Pilates work as they teach it today.

Lolita San Miguel

(Founder and Creative Director)

New York-born Lolita San Miguel has been practicing the Pilates Method of Body Conditioning for over 50 years. She received her first certification from Carola Trier, Joseph Pilates’s first disciple to open her first studio, then trained and apprenticed with Joseph & Clara Pilates, and is one of the only two known practitioners to have been officially certified by them and awarded degrees by the State University of New York to teach the Pilates Method. One of the four “Distinguished Elders” of the Pilates Method Alliance, she has also been certified by Polestar Pilates Education and was awarded a PMA Gold Certificate. After a distinguished career in dance with several companies, she was a soloist with the Metropolitan Ballet for over ten years and ballet mistress for Ballet Hispanico for three years. Lolita moved with her husband to Puerto Rico in 1977, where she founded Ballet Concierto de Puerto Rico, now Puerto Rico’s finest ballet company – and was its Artistic and Executive Director for 28 years. Ms San Miguel also founded Pilates y Mas, Inc. in Puerto Rico in 2000 to teach, train, and certify teachers in association with Polestar Pilates Education. She retired from Ballet Concierto in 2005 to dedicate more time to teach, train, and give conferences and seminars on the Pilates Method.
In 2005 She retired as Artistic Director of Ballet Concierto at age 70 and has since dedicated her time and energy to teaching The Pilates Method internationally. She also enjoys working as a presenter with Pilates on Tour, The Pilates Method Alliance and Internationally.
In 2009 she began a new phase as a teacher with the Lolita San Miguel Pilates Master Mentor Program. The two-year program for certified teachers with three years of teaching experience has brought her excellent, devoted teachers from all six continents. They bond beautifully since they are all truly passionate about The Pilates Method. They named themselves “Lolita’s DisciplesTM” and they will be imparting her legacy to many others through her training program. They bring her great joy!
In May 2009 she started her first Pilates Master Mentor Program group in Europe attended by teachers from Australia, Switzerland, Italy, Finland, Holland and Germany. During the course of the training we travelled to Mönchengladbach, Germany to celebrate Pilates Day at the Frederick The Great Hall with a free mat class attended by 150 persons from neighboring countries. She was shocked to learn that Joseph Pilates was not known in his hometown. The next year, Lolita celebrated another Pilates Day Conference at the Haus Erholung venue in Mönchengladbach with another free mat class attended by 250 persons. During this time, she was working with the town officials to find a site for a statue or plaque commemorating him.
One of the most memorable moments of Lolita's life occurred on May 7, 2011 when a large group of Pilates teachers, devotees, and her Disciples placed a plaque honoring Joseph Pilates at the site of his birth in Mönchengladbach. The unveiling of the plaque was performed by the Mayor of Mönchengladbach, the Honorable Norbert Bude and was attended by other officials as well as by Joseph Pilates’ great grandnephew Wolfgang Pilates, who still resides in the town. To Lolita's delight, now when you speak to the townspeople, they are aware of their renowned compatriot. Lolita also organized and celebrated in May, 2012 and 2013 the International Pilates Day Conference and a memorial ceremony at the site of the plaque. Since May, 2015 Pilates Day International Heritage Congress in Mönchengladbach has become an every other year event honoring Joseph Pilates in the town of his birth.
In 2005 Lolita moved from Puerto Rico to Palm Beach Gardens, Florida with her husband. She has a beautiful, large, and fully equipped studio within the facilities of Florida School for Dance Education at 4100 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 33410. Here the Pilates Master Mentor Program and Lolita’s Legacy are taught by her, Disciples and teachers trained in Lolita’s Legacy.

Kathy Corey

(President, Board of Directors)

Kathy Corey is a Master Teacher who began her career with the Pilates Technique in 1979. She has been the leading expert in the Pilates community for nearly 40 years. She is the Director of Kathy Corey Pilates. Kathy Corey Pilates Programs are taught at locations across the United States and in over twenty seven countries worldwide. In 2004, she designed the innovative CORE Band™, which is used in studios around the world. The Core Band™ Mat Class is recognized as an enhancement to the traditional mat exercises.
Kathy Corey Pilates offers a progressive and in-depth educational experience through many levels of training. The Comprehensive Certification Program provides a full education of the Pilates repertoire. The KCP Mentor Program is a highly selective program designed for teachers who are already certified and have been teaching for at least five years. Her C.A.R.E.S. – Cancer Awareness and Recovery Exercise System – is a state of the art Pilates program for a variety of treatments and conditions to help people in their breast cancer recovery – in mind, body, and spirit.
She is on the Contributing Editor Board for IDEA Pilates Today and is an IDEA Expert. She has been selected by IDEA as one of ten people in the world “Who Inspire the World to Fitness,” the fitness industry’s highest form of recognition.
Kathy Corey is an Advisory Board Member for Pilates Style Magazine. She is a “Distinguished Instructor” for PilatesAnytime, a global Pilates Studio, created for people all over the world to explore Pilates with highly skilled, well-trained instructors.
Corey is a PMA Pilates Gold Certified Teacher and a PMA CEC provider. She is a member of the PMA Presenters Committee for the 2016 Conference.
In 2013, Corey received the first Plaque of Appreciation from Pilates in Asia for her outstanding performance and contribution to the growth of Pilates. In 2014, she was appointed as the President of the International Education Committee for Pilates in Asia.
Kathy Corey has accepted the position of President of the World Pilates Confederation. The WPC is a European based Pilates organization for the inclusion and support of the Pilates Method of all countries, all schools and all generations of pilates. The purpose of the organization is to promote quality education and promote global unity. Master Teacher Kathy Corey received the honor of becoming the President and Director of the International Pilates Heritage Congress held in Joseph Pilates hometown, Monchengladbach, Germany, which is known as the most prestigious International Pilates Congress in the world.

Board Members




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Claudia
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Katya
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Schedule


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DayTimePresenter and Course TitleActivity and Course Description
Friday
May 10
8:00 - 9:15 Kathy Corey REGISTRATION – ALL ATTENDEES
Pick up your name badge and welcome bag and meet and greet the attendees.
9:15 - 9:45 Lolita San Miguel
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Kathy Corey
WELCOME CEREMONY
All attendees are invited to join Lolita San Miguel, Kathy Corey and the presenters to welcome you to Mönchengladbach.
9:30 - 11:00 Brett Howard
SPECIAL MAT CLASS FOR STUDENTS

Special Mat for School Students
10:00 - 12:30 MORNING CLASSES
Lolita San Miguel
LOLITA SHARES HER PRE-PILATES AND POST PILATES MAT
A complete experience of our mat repertoire acquainting you with the basics of breathing, pelvic floor, core work, spinal movements etc, and how to properly end a class standing affirming Perfect Pilates Posture.
Sherri Betz
FRAIL OLDER ADULT MAT CLASS FOR BALANCE AND FALL PREVENTION
Learn to teach a Pilates-Based Mat Class for the frail older adult who has poor balance and decreased leg strength. Fill the gap between rehabilitation and fitness by offering classes for this underserved population! Pilates principles are perfect for the client who has difficulty balancing, climbing stairs, getting out of chairs, and transferring down to and up from the floor. We will use standard chairs, dowels, elastic bands, balls and small props to facilitate healthy, safe and effective movement in the older adult. The class will focus on balance, leg strengthening, hip extension, and thoracic extension for improved posture and reduction of thoracic kyphosis. You might be surprised at the challenge!
Elizabeth Larkam
REFORMER WITH TOWERS
Mr. Pilates invented the Reformer with Tower decades before neuromyofascial and Biotensegrity research trended. Learn sequences for this unique environment that integrate Pilates principles with Fascia focused criteria. Amaze your clients with new, efficient experiences of Whole Body movement.
Fabrice Lamego
SPINE CORRECTOR
Students will have a chance to work on Classical and contemporary repertoire and deepen their knowledge of the Spine Corrector. Be inspired by this workshop to create multidimensional programming while using strength and power while flowing through elongating sequences. The participants learn various approaches of the Pilates exercises as well as the skills to help them further their knowledge of the Spine Corrector.
12:30 - 14:00 EXHIBITION HALL LUNCH
14:00 - 16:00 AFTERNOON CLASSES
Kathy Corey
MATWORK- FOCUS ON ALIGNMENT
Alignment and more importantly structural misalignments affect everything from the way we stand, to the way we lift and carry objects to how we exercise. The importance of how we begin to perform movements and adjust to inner imbalances affects not only the outcome of the exercise session but all daily activities. Creating a balanced structure and dimensional alignment patterning with the focus on how we do each exercise makes the movements more efficient for the individual students at all levels of fitness.
Elizabeth Larkam
PILATES CHAIR FOR BETTER BALANCE AND EASY STRIDE
The Chair designed by JH Pilates is an ingenious environment that activates and integrates the entire neuromyofascial system for efficient balance and walking. Learn new movement sequences unique to the Chair that will delight your clients.
Lolita San Miguel
REFORMER
This course includes Reformer exercises presented with innovations and progressions.
Sherri Betz
PILATES FOR LOW BACK PAIN
Low Back Pain is the second most common reason that people see their doctors! Explore frequent causes of low back pain and learn to select safe and appropriate exercises for pathologies such as Stenosis, Sciatica, Degenerative Disc Disease, and Sacro-Iliac Joint Syndromes. We will discuss the physical therapist treatment of these conditions and how Pilates teachers can bridge the gap between medical rehabilitation and fitness. Carefully chosen Pilates Mat exercises will be presented and modified as appropriate for specific spinal and pelvic girdle injuries.
Brett Howard
THE 34- HOW TO GET THERE
Students will have the chance to learn the Classical Mat repertoire and deepen their knowledge about the Mat. The workshop addresses the original 34 Mat exercises from Joseph Pilates but also the extended Mat order by Romana Kryzanowska. The workshop consist of exercises from basic to advanced and will include modifications, progressions and advancements as well as considerations for special populations. Variations of the exercises from multiple of the Pilates Elders are included.
17:00 - 18:30 CEREMONY AT THE PLAQUE All attendees are invited to join the board and presenters for a special ceremony to honor Joseph Pilates at his birthplace.
19:00 - 20:00 RECEPTION AND ROUND TABLE Presenters and board members invite attendees to join them for Reception and round table.
Saturday
May 11
9:00 - 11:00 MORNING CLASSES
Fabrice Lamego
FOLLOWING THE FOOTSTEPS OF EVE GENTRY
This workshop is a presentation of Eve Gentry’s work as a dancer and a Pilates master teacher. The student will get an opportunity to work on Eve Gentry’s work in order to create connection deep inside themselves. The second step will be to apply those connections to movement, specifically dance movement base on Eve Gentry’s dance ( Tenant of the street). I see this workshop as an opportunity to walk in Eve Gentry dance shoes a Pilates technique.
Brett Howard
THE CLASSICAL PILATES CHAIRS
Students will have the chance to learn the Classical Electric and Wunda Chair repertoire and deepen their knowledge about the two chairs. The workshop consist of exercises from basic to advanced and will include modifications, progressions and advancements as well as considerations for special populations. Variations of the exercises from multiple of the Pilates Elders are included.
Kathy Corey
PILATES REFORMER- FLEXIBILITY VS STABILITY
This course addresses the assessment of both hyper-mobility and rigidity and how to correct problems and imbalances. The class helps you to correctly balance core movements and functionally re-train core and spinal muscles. The class teaches how to modify movements for the individual needs of each client and provide the essential support to maximize and stabilize the movements through a complete program of exercises. Get an in-depth understanding of the how to approach the same exercises with a different focus to achieve different results. We will perform the same exercises with a change of focus and body awareness to feel the differences we can make in our own bodies and our clients alignment.
Elizabeth Larkam
USING THE HANDS TO GUIDE, SHAPE AND REFINE MAT MOVEMENT
Your body maps are dynamic structures, constantly shifting and adapting. Your finger maps take up one hundred times as much cortical real estate as your torso maps because there are far more touch receptors in your fingers compared to your torso. Learn to apply the dexterity of your hands to guide and shape Pilates mat exercises that are accurate, efficient, pleasurable and fun.
Sherri Betz
PILATES FOR SHOULDER PAIN

Did you know that the shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body? Stability of the shoulder depends primarily on the muscular control of the 18 muscles that surround it. Learn to identify faulty movement patterns of the upper extremity and cervical spine and use appropriate cueing to optimize client’s movement strategies. We will practice palpation of the scapula, acromioclavicular joint, humeral head and surrounding musculature so that we can assess and facilitate the proper shoulder girdle alignment in ourselves and our clients. Learn some great neuromuscular re-education techniques inspired by Ron Fletcher’s work to complement your instruction for clients with shoulder pathologies. Try the Fletcher Pilates TowelworkTM to facilitate the posterior rotator cuff, inhibit the upper trapezius and center the humeral head. We will focus on both shoulder girdle mobility and stability and learn the proper placement of the scapula on the thorax. Select the best Reformer, Trapeze and Wunda Chair Exercises for your clients with shoulder pain. Take some simple cues and exercises back home and transform your Pilates instruction right away!
11:15 - 12:30 Special Mat Class for All With Lolita San Miguel
LOVING OUR MAT
This class is open for all to share and experience our unity through the power of the matwork.
12:30 - 14:00 EXHIBITION HALL LUNCH
14:00 - 17:00 AFTERNOON CLASSES
Sherri Betz
WHY IS RESEARCH IMPORTANT TO THE PILATES TEACHER
Since Pilates is no longer the novel approach to exercise and has become more mainstream, the industry needs to differentiate itself from other fitness methods in order to remain a viable and credible exercise approach. However, in order to be a credible choice in the evidence-based medical rehabilitation community, the Pilates community needs to invest in research. Learn how to write a Case Report for a client that made good progress with your Pilates program. Join us for a review of the types and levels of research conducted in human trials. We will look at the latest and most important Pilates research that can inform and enhance our outcomes with our clients. Begin to use the information from research to ensure that clients are receiving safe and effective exercise that makes measurable change in their movement!
Kathy Corey
REFORMER, CADILLAC AND WUNDA CHAIR-ADVANCED PROGRESSIONS
The advanced Pilates exercises are very challenging and often not understood. This course breaks down the advanced patterns into the essence of the movement in order to progress from one level to the next. The focus of the course is to understand the depth of the exercise and make the challenge of the movement a progression for every level of fitness.
Brett Howard
THE CLASSICAL PILATES BARRELS- SPINE CORRECTOR BARREL
Students will have the chance to learn the Classical Spine Corrector repertoire and deepen their knowledge about the Pilates Spine Corrector Barrel. The workshop consist of exercises from basic to advanced and will include modifications, progressions and advancements as well as considerations for special populations. Variations of the exercises from multiple of the Pilates Elders are included.
Lolita San Miguel
CADILLAC
Take a look at a cross section of the CADILLAC repertoire and link the exercises to specific activities and to everyday life.
Elizabeth Larkam
FASCIA-FOCUSED APPROACH TO J.H. PILATES MAT EXERCISES
Enrich your understanding and mastery of the mat exercises in Return to Life by J. H. Pilates (1945) by learning about the embryological development of the tongue, eyes, hands and feet that influence motor control. Embryology of the tongue connects it to the contractility of the front, back, lateral and spiral fields of the body. The six external eye muscles that control the eyeball in its socket are neurologically linked to suboccipital movement. Your finger maps take up one hundred times as much cortical real estate as your torso maps because there are far more touch receptors in your fingers compared to your torso. Integrate cues for the tongue, eyes, hands and feet to make your Pilates practice and teaching accurate, effective, efficient, and fun!
18:30 - 22:00 DINNER WITH THE PRESENTERS Attendees can join the presenters for dinner- SEPARATE PAYMENT
Sunday
May 12
8:00 - 8:45
LOLITA’S BODY WALK
All attendees are invited to come to this activity.
9:00 - 11:00 MORNING CLASSES
Lolita San Miguel and Joakim Valsinger
BRINGING MEN BACK TO THE MAT
Lolita and Joakim present Matwork for men
Brett Howard
GENERATING AN EFFECTIVE PILATES LESSON
This workshop focuses on ways if designing an effective Pilates lesson plan looking through a classical Pilates lens. Students will learn how to teach to the body in front of them while providing structure, a means of measurement and consistency for their clients. Students will learn how to progress and find various ways of creating success for their clients.
Sherri Betz
PILATES FOR KNEE PAIN
Knee pain is one of the biggest barriers to maintaining optimal health and independence in life! If your client has knee pain during Footwork, what do you do? Pilates Mat and apparatus work is often lacking in lower extremity strengthening. Learn to help your clients hurdle the knee pain barrier by addressing hip, sacroiliac and foot relationships. Find out the best progressions for dealing with leg strengthening in the presence of a painful joint. How do you identify the difference between a structural problem and a strength problem? When should you refer to physical therapy. Let’s get your clients back on their feet again!.
Kathy Corey
FUNCTIONAL TRAINING FOR THE SPINE- SPINE CORRECTORS AND ASYMMETRICAL PATTERNING
This course addresses spinal imbalances from functional to structural and teaches how to assess core misalignments. Flexion, extension, side bending and rotational movements are explored with breath work to correctly balance core movements. This class helps you to develop an understanding of dynamic alignment and asymmetrical patterning to functionally re-train core and spinal muscles. The Spine Corrector provides the essential support to maximize dimensional rotation of the spine through its varied ranges of motion.
Elizabeth Larkam
FASCIA-FOCUSED MAT SEQUENCES FOR SUCCESS- Really Basic to Really Advanced
Advance your understanding of how to build effective, engaging mat sequences that are simple yet not easy, challenging yet not complicated. These exercises progress safely and effectively with comfort and ease. Identify which Pilates props provide the optimal vectors of assistance and resistance. Determine when to progress your client from non-weight bearing to partial weight bearing to full weight bearing to unstable surfaces. Determine when to include rests and ‘intermissions’ in order to facilitate integration of new skills.
11:15 - 12:30 Special Mat Class for All With Kathy Corey
LOVING OUR MAT
This class is open for all to share and experience our unity through the power of the matwork.
12:30 - 13:30 EXHIBITION HALL OPEN LUNCH
13:30 - 15:30 AFTERNOON CLASSES
Elizabeth Larkam
TEMPO AND RHYTHM IN PILATES MAT- TIMING VARIATIONS SUPPORT MASTERY
Every Pilates mat student has a preferred tempo for their mat practice. Some students would benefit from Picking up the Pace. Others ought to receive Speeding Tickets. In this workshop become aware of your student's tempo preferences. Learn to set the optimal tempo of each exercise for accuracy, safety and effectiveness. Learn how to progress each exercise by varying the tempo. Some exercises are more difficult at an increased tempo. Others are more difficult when practiced more slowly. Learn techniques and tools that will help you conduct your class maintaining safety, accuracy, function and flow. Every individual in a Pilates matwork class has an optimal tempo for practicing each exercise in order to attain maximum benefit. Some clients tend to move more slowly due to neurological condition, injury or age. Others may race ahead, missing the experience of a coordinated flow state. In this session, you will learn teaching techniques for group matwork classes that respect each person’s individual tempo preferences and learn to use rhythm to conduct the entire group in safe, accurate, functional movement.
Lolita San Miguel
STUDIO SUITE
This course includes movements for the whole body on various pieces of Pilates equipment for a complete studio experience.
Brett Howard
DEEPEN YOUR UNDERSTANDING ON THE UNIVERSAL REFORMER
Students will have the chance to learn the Classical repertoire and deepen their knowledge about the exercises on the Universal Reformer. In the workshop participants learn various approaches of scaffolding and deconstructing the Pilates Reformer exercises. Students will learn how to recognize the skills involved in the Reformer exercises and then find ways of strengthen the particular skills.
Joakim Valsinger
PILATES FOR THE MILITARY
The requirement for physical excellence within the Military is well understood. The aim of this project was to assess the benefits of a structured Pilates program within a Military context. The focus of the project was on ‘fit for duty’ serving Military personnel, and therefore many of the lessons learned can be transferred to other professions and sports where a high level of fitness is expected. It can be assumed that to get to a certain level of competence and experience Military personnel have experienced some level of minor injury. These injuries do not prevent the individual from operating at full capacity, but if they can be alleviated and prevented from recurring, that individual will be more effective to the Unit. This presentation will cover the assessment methods used to establish the physical condition of subjects before and after the project, the various test groups and some of the exercises implemented in the training routine. You will be invited to take part in or observe Military Fitness Assessments modified to fit the project. You will also have the opportunity to work through the stages of Pilates progressions which were used to catch the interest of these already fit individuals and to subsequently build their capacity over 12 weeks. You will explore some of the modifications of exercises which can be useful when working with the mindset of Military personnel. Whether you work with Military personnel or not the processes employed can be useful with other clients, including sports people and men in particular. If you work with client groups who expect a measurable improvement of their capacity then the topics covered her might be of interest.
Sherri Betz
PILATES BREATHING AND POSTURAL CONTROL
Did you think Pilates was just for the young and fit? Pilates principles and Pilates-based exercises are perfect for the Frail Older Adult! Follow along with this “real-time” Pilates-Based Class taught to two older adults with osteoporosis using Chairs, Dowels, Therabands and Balls! We will focus on balance, leg strengthening, hip extension, and thoracic extension for improved posture and reduction of thoracic kyphosis. Do we actually have any evidence to support the breathing techniques taught Pilates practice and in alternative movement approaches like Pilates and Yoga? We used the TIRE (Tests of Incremental Respiratory Endurance) to test all subjects looking for the strength and endurance of the diaphragm. We compared the subjects to normative data and also compared the focus on breathing emphasis in their Pilates practice. You'll be surprised at the results!!
15:45 - 16:30 CLOSING CEREMONIES ALL ATTENDEES ARE INVITED

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Presenters



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Lolita San Miguel

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Kathy Corey

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Joakim Valsinger

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Fabrice Lamego

Ambassadors & Countries



Our Ambassadors are devoted individuals who represent and embrace our philosophy of international community. They promote the Pilates Principles through their excellence and their continued learning of the technique. Our Ambassadors are local Pilates leaders who work closely with the Board to unite their communities and to promote the global vision of the International Pilates Heritage Congress.

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Congress Location


Haus Erholung


Johann-Peter-Boelling-Platz
41061 Mönchengladbach
Germany
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Accommodation

Leonardo Hotel Monchengladbach

Speicker Str. 49, 41061 Monchengladbach, Germany


Special Congress Rate


59 Euros Single Room – Breakfast included
79 Euros Double Room – Breakfast Included

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