The easiest way to see the class schedule and sign up for class is to visit us at the MINDBODY app.
Tuesday 11:30-12:15 & 6:30-7:15
Thursday 11:30-12:15 & 5:30-6:15
Equipment Chair Classes-
Private and duet sessions are available upon availability.
Pilates Certified Studio
Instructors are certified through the Physical Mind Institute and the Method of Pilates, of New York.
What Is Pilates
Pilates is a form of exercise developed by Joseph Pilates. Pilates emphasizes the balanced development of the body through core strength and flexibility.
It's a system of controlled exercises that engage and condition the total body. It is a balanced blend of strength and flexibility training that improves posture, reduces stress, and creates long, lean muscles without bulking up.
It focuses on quality of movement rather than quantity. It makes one feel invigorated rather than exhausted after each session. Pilates is a balanced approach so that no muscle group is overworked.
Improved strength, flexibility, and balance
Long, lean muscles without bulk
Supportive deep abdominal muscles
Reduced stress, less tension, more energy
Postural alignment restoration
Stronger, more flexible spine
Quicker recovery from strain or injury
Increase joint range of motion
Relief from back pain and joint stress
Correct over-training of muscle groups
Enhance mobility, agility and stamina
Complete sports training
Improve physical looks and how you feel
WHAT AGE GROUP IS PILATES FOR?
Pilates can be beneficial for virtually all ages, fitness levels and body conditions. The method is like a bridge between physical fitness and physical therapy. It can be adapted, modified and customized for individual needs.
WHAT IS BETTER, MAT OR EQUIPMENT PILATES EXERCISE?
It is not a matter of one being better than another. The fundamental Pilates workout can be performed on a Pilates mat alone and get great results. However, the various equipment pieces such as the Reformer, Cadillac, and Chair incorporate light spring resistance that works like concentric and eccentric muscle contractions. This safely sculpts, tones, and stretches the muscles.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I DO PILATES?
2-4 times a week along with some type of cardiovascular activity. Remember, once a week better than not doing any at all.
PRIVATE ONE-ON-ONE SESSION
A personal training session is the most effective way to lean, practice and perfect your Pilates performance. The instructor devotes undivided attention to your specific needs and develops a custom program for optimum results.
This is a great place for beginners to start, and a fun, social way to continue Pilates practice. Classes are offered at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels.
We offer Chair, Tower & Barre Classes. We also offer one on one training on the Cadillac and Reformer.