Why take a group class?
Do you like the camaraderie of meeting new people? Does working hard alongside other people inspire you? Are you concerned about costs? Then a group session might be the way to go for you.
Joseph Pilates’ original technique was working on the mat. Mat classes are appropriate for any level Pilates practice, perfect for both beginner students who are first starting to learn Pilates basics and advance students looking to enhance their skills alike. Strong instructors are a key component to ensuring mat classes are tailored to students' levels and needs. Maximum 6 people per class.
*Some mat classes may use props such as balls, weights, magic circles and bands to challenge the mat work
Tower classes use springs on the tower apparatus to increase the degree of difficulty in mat work. Tower includes leg springs, arm springs and push through bar. Maximum 6 people per class.
Reformer is a bed-like frame called a carriage that is attached to springs and a pulley system. Maximum 3 people per class.
Prenatal classes will help you work specific areas to maintain your strength all throughout your pregnancy and to maintain your fitness level. Maximum 6 people per class.
Foam Roller Classes
Foam Rolling helps work out muscle knots by massaging the connective tissue, or Fascia, surrounding your muscles. When done correctly, Foam Rolling can improve post-workout recovery and increase flexibility. Bonus: it feel great!