WHAT IS PILATES?
Created by Joseph Hubertus Pilates (we call him Joe) in the early twentieth century, Pilates is a corrective form of exercise designed to balance the body. It is an effective adjunct to sports training and physical rehabilitation. Practicing Pilates yields benefits like increased strength, flexibility, lung capacity, circulation, and better posture.
The body-mind-spirit modality translates into every moment and movement of life, bringing to life Joe’s saying:
“Change happens through movement, and movement heals.”
what we do
Work one-on-one with a knowledgeable instructor who knows movement from the inside-out.
Our instructors have decades of experience working with all bodies. Whether athletic, de-conditioned, injured or recovering, we can help you find your strongest self.
New to Pilates? We recommend one to three private sessions to familiarize yourself with Pilates concepts, equipment and safety before joining a group class.
We offer group classes for beginners to advanced clients in Pilates mat, reformer, jump board, chair, cadillac and barrels, as well as TRX and ballet barre.
Periodic workshops offer the chance to focus on a specific area such as fascial release, restorative stretch or core busters.
Got a hitch in your giddyup? Our bodies can hang on to faulty movement patterns or old injuries for too long. Find some relief with one of these services.
Fascial Stretch Therapy with Juliette Eymere
Rolfing with Ashley Jackson
Ortho-Bionomy® with Karen Reader
Thai Healing with Jill Voyles