- longer, leaner muscles
- improves postural problems
- increases core strength/stability and peripheral mobility
- helps prevent injury
- enhances ease of movement
- balances strength & flexibility
- heightens body awareness
- no-impact – easy on the joints
- can be customized for everyone from rehab patients to elite athletes
- complements other methods of exercise
- improves performance in sports
- improves balance, coordination & circulation
Pilates is an exercise method designed by a man named Joseph Pilates in the early 1900’s. Joseph Pilates called it the art of Contrology. He developed this method to help the sick and injured in WWI. Pilates moved from his home in Germany to New York in the early 1920’s. Dancers found that this form of exercise was very beneficial to their work. Over 80 years later people have begun to find that it is beneficial to everyone. Whether you are in sports or you like to relax, whether you are 6 or 106 Pilates will help you improve your balance and coordination. It focuses on abdominal, hip, lower back, and gluteus muscle strengthening. This is called your Power House. Pilates will help maintain muscle strength, tone, flexibility, and reduces lower back pain. The result is a healthy body that feels and looks good both inside and out!
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Private Sessions and Group Classes
There's strength in numbers. True statement, especially in our group classes. Chances are, there's one to fit your schedule perfectly. Even better, they're packed with motivated, not-afraid-to-sweat people who'll inspire and push you.