Pilates helps center the mind and fuel the body. Whether you are looking to increase flexibility, reaching for that competitive edge in sports, or continually plagued by/recovering from injury- Pilates is an excellent, low impact way to get in the best shape of your life. No matter what your age or fitness level, sessions can be tailored to both novice and experienced clients to have each customized workout get the maximum results.
Moving through a precise series of exercises, with a focus on concentration and control, allows the mind and body to become more fully integrated into their execution thereby maximizing Pilates' greatest benefits of Strength, Stamina, Stability, and Stretch. Intelligent Exercise for the Modern Age
"You will feel better in ten sessions, look better in twenty sessions, and have a whole new body in thirty sessions." -Joseph Pilates
6 Core Principles of the Pilates Method of Conditioning
The Pilates Method is based on a series of core principles that benefit you beyond your time in the studio. CENTERING In Pilates, the starting point and source of all movement is the center of the body, also known as the Powerhouse. The Powerhouse is the area that includes the abdominal muscles, lower back muscles, pelvic floor, the glutes and muscles around the hips. Centering teaches us to utilize our core as the starting location for any movement. Centering will aid in correct alignment and form in all we do. You can take the concept of centering beyond your Pilates workout and utilize it while waiting in line at the store, sitting at a desk all day and even carrying small children. With a strong center and proper posture and spinal alignment, we are less likely to injure ourselves.
CONCENTRATION The Pilates principle of Concentration is about bringing full attention and commitment to each exercise in an effort to gain the most benefit from the workout. Concentration and engagement in every breath and every movement ensures that you are completely present and aware of what you are doing at that very moment. Learning to be mindful and focused on the present can be beneficial in countless ways. By concentrating only on the task at hand, our concentration improves and we perform better.
CONTROL In Pilates, we perform every single exercise with complete muscular control. Each muscle and body part works together to carry out the exercises. The principle of Control extends beyond our Pilates mats and equipment classes. We learn to control our bodies and move with steadiness at all times. Practicing control will help us decrease potentially injurious movements. Once we gain the concept of control we begin to carry ourselves in a more balanced and safe manner.
PRECISION Every movement in Pilates has a purpose. It is important to be aware of correct body placement and to understand how each part of our body functions in conjunction with each other. By learning how every part of our bodies plays an important role in our movement, we can remain aware of the ways in which our muscles and ligaments work together to keep us performing and functioning efficiently.
BREATH In Pilates exercises, Every movement is propelled by breath. The first thing we do in life is take a breath, similarly, in Pilates, every movement in the method also begins with a breath. Joseph Pilates, the founder of Pilates, often advised people to use their lungs to powerfully pump air completely in and out of the body. This is a useful principle in our daily lives because it reminds us to take deep, oxygenating breaths. Our breath sustains us and is a necessary component of everything we do and every movement we make.
FLOW Pilates exercises are completed in a smooth, steady and continuous manner, with each movement flowing gracefully into the other. Outside of Pilates classes, the principle of Flow teaches people to take life as it comes and move through their days with ease, continuity, grace and fluidity.
Private Sessions offer one-on-one instruction tailored to the client's specific goals and needs. Sessions utilize the mat and all of the apparatus. Pilates as it was meant to be taught. *Sessions are available in both 30 minute and 60 minute increments.
30 Minutes $40/session Package of 5 - $200 Package of 10 - $380
60 Minutes $70/Session Package of 5 - $350 Package of 10 - $625
Duet Sessions are semi-private and offer individualized attention but at a fraction of the cost of private sessions. Sessions utilize the mat and all of the apparatus. A great way to be motivated with other enthusiasts! *Sessions are 60 minutes. $40/session Package of 5 - $200 Package of 10 - $380 (price is per client)
Tower Trio/Quad Sessions
Trio/Quad Sessions are a cost effective way to get a great apparatus workout. 3-4 clients per session focusing primarily on the use of Mat and Tower exercises. Strong support from fellow clients plus personal attention to specific needs. *Sessions are 60 minutes.
$25/session Package of 5 - $125 Package of 10 - $240 (Price is per client)
Mat classes are the perfect compliment to private/semi-private sessions or as a way to spice up your current workout routine. 45 minute classes offer a challenging full-body workout while 25 minute Express classes are a great way to get a full body workout in on your lunch hour. 25 Minutes $10/class Package of 5 - $50 Package of 10 - $95
45 Minutes $15/class Package of 5 - $75 Package of 10 - $140
5 Session/Class Packages expire 6 weeks from purchase 10 Session/Class Packages expire 3 months from purchase
Appointments require preregistration & a 24 hour notice of cancellation *30 minute sessions are 25 minutes of instruction plus time for clean up/business *60 minute sessions are 50 minutes of instruction plus time for clean up/business
Small Group Class Schedule
Synchronous Small Group Classes We are limited to just 8 in-person participants The balance will remain virtual
Thursdays 5:30 - 6:15pm Open Level Mat Pre-registration required for all classes * Class schedule subject to change
* Private, Duet, and Trio Sessions have limited capacity due to the use of apparatus and therefore require preregistration & a 24 hour notice of cancellation. * Please arrive on time for appointments. Arrive early to change or make payments if needed so as to not disrupt or hold up the start of your class/session. * Please report any health issues or minor injuries to the instructor before your session begins. * Please wear appropriate clothing for movement and to allow for the instructor to see your alignment. Avoid wearing clothing with zippers, belts, or bangles. Remove excess jewelry. * Appointments must be paid in advance. For your convenience, Cash, Checks, and Credit/Debit Cards are accepted. * The full appointment fee will be charged if you miss an appointment or class or do not cancel at least 24 hours in advance.