Experience how resistance bands can take your workout to the next level with the BodyBoard and NEW aerial suspension system! Designed to meet your cardio and strength training needs, these classes allow users to incorporate a combination of upper and lower body resistance bands into each exercise. Every class sequences a range of movements from functional fitness, interval training, and Pilates. The addition of resistance to each movement increases intensity and will help you build muscle, lose weight, and improve cardiovascular conditioning.
A Pilates class is made up of dynamic movements that emphasize control, precision, breath and flow. Pilates will teach you fundamental body alignment principles, improve your strength, flexibility, body awareness, decrease stress, and help you enjoy living in your body. Mat classes are a great place for beginners to start, or experienced students to work on their technique.
Barre classes use a ballet barre, mat, free weights and other small props to increase your heart rate and sculpt your body. Bootybarre® fuses technique from dance, Pilates, and yoga at a steady pace to get your blood flowing. In contrast, BarSculpt® focuses on isometric movements in a small range of motion with periods of stretching. Try both to discover which style suits you!
When muscle meets yoga, Sculpt is born. Boost metabolism and build lean muscle mass as you move to upbeat music. You'll combine free weights with yoga sequencing and cardio to intensify each pose while mixing in strength training moves like squats, lunges and bicep curls.
Join our colleague and friend, Nate Long, who is a certified Personal Trainer for a traditional conditioning class. Develop total body strength and balance with a variety of exercises utilizing manual resistance, dumbbells and stability balls. While focusing on technique and posture you will learn to push yourself efficiently and effectively.
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.