Strong Body with a Strong Mind

Our selection of online and in person Pilates Classes are designed to strengthen you outside as much as on the inside.

8 Week Program

5 x 10 – 30 minute Pilates class a week


Pilates is a form of exercise that was created by Joseph Pilates in the early 20th century. The system is based on the principles of control, precision, concentration, centering, breath, and flow. The exercises are designed to work on the deep muscles of the abdomen, back, and pelvis, known as the core muscles. Pilates also emphasizes the importance of proper alignment, balance, and coordination.

There are two types of Pilates exercises: mat-based exercises and equipment-based exercises. Mat-based exercises are performed on a mat and use body weight as resistance, while equipment-based exercises use machines such as the Reformer, Cadillac, and Wunda Chair to add resistance and support.

Pilates is known for its ability to improve posture, flexibility, and balance, as well as build strength and tone muscles. It is also a low-impact form of exercise, which makes it suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels.

Pilates is often used as a form of rehabilitation for people with injuries or chronic pain, as it can help to improve mobility and reduce pain. It is also popular among athletes, dancers, and celebrities for its ability to improve performance and prevent injuries.

Pilates can be practiced in a group class setting or one-on-one with a certified Pilates instructor. It is important to learn proper form and technique in order to get the most out of the exercises and avoid injury.

Overall, Pilates is a versatile form of exercise that can benefit anyone looking to improve their physical fitness and overall well-being.

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