What is Pilates?
Pilates is a form of full body conditioning that helps build flexibility, long, lean muscles and strength and endurance resulting in a strong core, improved coordination, alignment, posture, balance and overall muscle tone. The Pilates method is named after Joseph H. Pilates, who developed a system of whole body exercises that integrate the body and mind. Professional dancers have used Pilates for decades. Elite athletes use it for strength, flexibility and injury prevention.
Pilates exercises can be modified for each person and still be extremely effective. You can go from basic movements to very advanced, depending on how a student needs to progress or how badly they are injured. Whether you are taking your fitness program to the next level or just finishing physical therapy, Pilates is an excellent way to achieve and maintain optimal fitness and overall well-being. Let our highly qualified instructors take you through a demo to experience the true essence of Pilates.
Our Pilates Instructors have extensive experience and strong educational backgrounds. They are certified by nationally recognized organizations and are diverse in their training experiences. New members receive a complimentary 50-minute Pilates demonstration with one of our expert instructors.
We offer Pilates Training packages at two different tiers:
Level I – Pilates Intructor (T1)
< 3 years in field
Adult CPR/AED Certified
Level II – Pilates Instructor (T2)
3+ years in field
Advanced Degree or Specialized Certification
Adult CPR/AED Certified
What are the Benefits of Pilates?
- Promotes weight loss, longer and leaner muscles
- Increased core strength
- Improved flexibility and mobility
- Decreased pain and stiffness
- Improved posture and alignment
- Improved muscular balance
- Injury prevention
- Increased energy
- Greater mind-body awareness
- Reduced stress
- Increased circulation
- Whole-body fitness: train the body as an integrated whole
- Adaptable to many fitness levels and needs
Which Packages are Best for Me?
One-On-One Sessions: During your private session, you will work primarily on the Studio Reformer and the Wunda Chair. Your instructor will customize your workout according to your needs and may include other Pilates apparatus such as the Trapeze Table and the Ladder Barrel.
Duet Sessions: Bring a friend and learn Pilates together! When training with a partner, motivation can be stronger and results can be greater than training alone. In duets, you and your partner will also use the same apparatus used in private sessions.
Group Reformer Sessions: Our Group Reformer sessions consist of 3-5 people working on our Studio Reformers, which use a sliding carriage and adjustable springs to regulate tension and resistance. Cables, bars, straps and pulleys allow the exercises to be done in a variety of positions.
Pilates Apparatus Sessions: Our Pilates Apparatus sessions also consist of 3-5 people. You will work on the Studio Reformer, the Wunda Chair, Towers and Ladder Barrel in a circuit type of class. The instructor may also include Mat Pilates exercises for an additional challenge in your workout.
Meet our Pilates Instructors
Interested in Private Training Sessions?
Please reach out to Sybille Draper at email@example.com to request a session.