You can start Pilates Training with 3 introductory private sessions. Each intro is 45 minutes long and will go over the fundamentals, the 3 pieces of equipment and some beginner exercises. You can then make the decision whether you’d like to continue with private training or go into small group classes. It all depends on your personal goals, your availability, if you have injuries, etc. [...]
Yes, Pilates can be modified for every individual, making it safe even while injured. Depending on your injury and your doctors recommendations, you may need to stick with privates to avoid hurting yourself or holding others back in a class.
We recommend at least twice a week to reap the benefits pilates can provide.
Pilates is a system of exercises that focuses on the strength of your core or trunk muscles. The core muscles are the deep, internal muscles of the abdomen and back. When the core muscles are strong and doing their job, as they are trained to do in Pilates, they work in tandem with the more superficial muscles of the trunk to support the spine and [...]
If you have never taken Pilates and want to join classes you’ll need to start with your introductory sessions first to get acquainted with some of the basics and how to use the equipment. After you finish your intro sessions you can then start with some of our level 1&2 classes and then progress from there. We have room for 5 participants at a time [...]
Absolutely, Pilates has always been best practiced privately. We encourage private training to everyone before they take the leap into classes. It will enable you to work on your goals and better understand some of the complex movements, thus getting results faster.
We don’t allow drop- ins for Pilates equipment classes because we reserve the equipment and need to plan ahead for how many participants in each class. You can however contact the studio or your instructor that day to see if there is room in the class.