The Reformer is one of the pieces of equipment used in the Pilates Method. The Reformer is set on spring resistance and is designed to elongate and strengthen the entire body. An instructor teaches each of the classes while you take charge of the equipment. This class will leave you feeling stretched and strengthened.
The group reformer class is for clients who have completed the "Intro to Pilates" sessions. Maximum class size is 5 per class and each class in 55 minutes in duration. Reservations are required to ensure your place in the class. Please check our web-scheduler for class days and times or call the studio to schedule your "Intro to Pilates Sessions" or your private class.
Barre classes are the perfect blend of cardio, deep muscle toning the grace of ballet, the flexibility of yoga and the core strengthening of Pilates. The class is designed to build strength and stamina through intervals of cardio and muscle toing movements. We use a a ballet barre, light to heavy hand weights, and a playground ball as props to tone and strenghten your body.
*No dance experience is required
*See results fast
*Have fun while sculpting your body and burning calories
*Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced option in every class
*Barre classes have been featured in Shape, Fitness, Self, Redbook, Cosmopolitan, Health, Oxygen and Women's Health Magazines.
The Balanced Body EXO Chair delivers a unique full-body workout. The small group classes utilize a piece of Pilates equipment that is considered by some to be one of the most challenging pieces of equipment designed by Joseph Pilates. The EXO Chair allows for a challenging full-body resistance experience. It's a great new tool for conditioning and building upper and lower body strength for people of all fitness levels.
Private Instruction provides a client the opportunity to work one on one with a trained instructor in a private setting.
Some of the benefits are to work on a goal that you would like to achieve.
Work with clients with special physical situations, such as scolosis, osteoporosis, recovering from surgery.
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