One of the hottest workouts of the past year - Bootybarre® is a fun, energetic, workout that fuses techniques from Dance, Pilates, and Yoga that will tone, define and chisel the whole body. Bootybarre® is the perfect combination of strength and flexibility with an added cardiovascular element utilizing the barre.
BarSculpt® is Pilates Evolved. The unique combination of high-energy cardio, strengthening and stretching results in a long, lean flexible body. Whether you are an avid runner, Pilates or Yoga practitioner or just looking for a way to get in shape, BarSculpt is an effective and safe workout.
The SxB method was developed by our senior trainer and social media guru, Susannah Shulman. The concept of SxB is an evolution of HIIT, Yoga, Pilates, ballet and traditional strength training. Each class is 45 to 50 minutes of non stop movement, loud music and laughter. Every class is unique - you will never take the same class twice. This is done on purpose to keep both the muscles and the mind consistently engaged and to stave of boredom. Gains in flexibility, stamina and energy are a given. These classes lean toward the advanced level and those coming back from injury or illness will need to get prior approval before attending a class.
The Pilates method was developed in the early 20th century by Joseph Pilates, a German who devoted his entire life to improving his physical strength after being a sickly child. A Pilates mat class takes you through a series of controlled movements that emphasize control, precision, breath, flow, and your core (muscles in the center of the body, encompassing the abdomen, lower and upper back, hips, buttocks, inner thighs, and pelvic floor). Learning Pilates will teach you fundamental movement and body alignment principles, as well as improve your strength, flexibility, and stress levels.
This class uses a much loved piece of Pilates equipment, the Reformer, in combination with other props and Pilates mat exercises to create a complete workout that will challenge and invigorate your mind as well as your body.
How do I know if the Pilates Reformer is right for me?
The primary intentions of our Pilates Reformer instructors are to help you develop a greater sense of joy and ease in your body; their secondary intentions are to help you strengthen, and improve flexibility, stamina, posture, and balance.
All of our Reformer classes are open to all levels with Pilates Reformer experience, except our advanced classes. New clients must complete three introductory privates or have previous Reformer experience before joining group classes.