Developed in the early 20th century by Joseph Pilates (pronounced "pih-lah-teez"). Pilates exercises are done with concentration and precision, emphasizing core stability and spinal flexibility. The exercises are done on specifically designed equipment or on the floor (matwork). Pilates simultaneously lengthens and strengthens your musculature, working the entire body as an integrated whole, resulting in the most balanced body imaginable. It is unlike any other exercise!
What can Pilates do for me?
Classes are 55 minutes in length. All Mat classes are on a drop-in basis. Reservations required for all Semi Private and TRX Classes.
In-depth class descriptions, click here.
Pilates workshops are a great way to learn new pilates excercises that will help you to expand your knowledge about your practice, while focusing in on specific tasks and movements. Whether you're at the beginning of your Pilates practice or have been a Pilates instructor for years, everyone stands to benefits from these workshops.
We offer a wide variety of workshops from our Pilates for Pre and Post Natal excercises to Golf workshops focused on improving your flexibility for a better and more powerful swing. We even do Foam Roller Workshops that will leave you feeling like you just had a 90 minute massage!
So keep an eye on our calendar and find a Pilates workshop that's right for you. The best way to hear about upcoming workshops is to join our email list here.
“I didn't get my body back after baby, I got a BETTER one. I feel strong and confident and love being able to chase after my toddler. Pilates is more than stretching, therapy, or exercise. It's a way to live happily.”
“My husband and I are in our 60’s and having been taking duets for several years. Pilates has helped us stay active, improved our balance, continue sailing, and over all enjoy a better life.”
“I was training for my third degree black belt in Karate when the pain in my hip started... ...after three weeks the pain in my hip essentially disappeared and my range of motion increased."