Pilates is a series of both aerobic and non-aerobic exercises that can be performed with a Mat, or on various apparatus such as The Reformer, The Cadillac, Springboard, The Ladder Barrel ect. Pilates focuses on breath, concentration, precise range of motion, control, centering, and balance. One strengthens and engages muscles that are underdeveloped and helps to release tension from muscles that are overused. Each exercise has a prescribed placement, rhythm and breathing pattern. Pilates can help to develop connection to the intrinsic muscles that support our structure. This will take away some of the compensation patterns that occur with our “global” global muscle (muscles that energize to create bigger movement). This deeper connection and focus will result in the following benefits:
Learn more about Pilates from The Pilates Method Alliance.
Private sessions include 55 minutes of one-on-one Pilates instruction. Each session is catered to individual's goals and needs.
Group classes include 60 minutes of an invigorating flow of exercises to meet the needs of all students. Concepts are built upon over time, and classes are kept intimate with 10 students or less.