Mat Classes 

The Pilates Matwork is a series of floor exercises, precisely ordered, designed to strengthen and stretch the entire body. The exercises were created using six basic principles; concentration, centering, control, precision, breathing, and flow. Once the knowledge of the exercises and skill to perform them are developed, the matwork can be a comprehensive and well rounded workout for the average, healthy individual.

Mat Essentials is a series of classes geared toward the normal, healthy individual interested in learning the basic principles and fundamentals of the Pilates Method as they relate to the Pilates Matwork.  Exercises are introduced in a progressive manner as corrections and modifications are provided by the instructor.  Proper form  and execution of the exercises will be emphasized as students gain knowledge and control of their bodies.

 
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Open Mat Classes are geared to the intermediate/advanced pilates practitioner. Students should be free of injury and be completely familiar with the order and performance of the matwork series. Prior to taking our open mat classes, you must have taken our Mat Essentials I Series or have been cleared by one of our instructors. Due to space limitations, all mat classes are limited to 12 students

            

             Single class: 20

             5 classes: 80

             10 classes: 140

             20 classes: 250

 
 

All series purchases expire 8 weeks from date of first use. All classes require advanced sign in...simply click on the 'MindBody' logo at the bottom of our homepage. Classes may be cancelled if less than three people have signed up at 24 hours before the scheduled class.

Tower Classes

The Pilates Tower Class is designed for the advanced matwork student who is looking to advance their practice. A full advanced mat is performed in the first portion of class, while the latter utilizes classic work from the Cadillac and Guillotine. This one-hour class is great for those individuals who crave a little variety to their mat, as well as those would like to experience a little of the pilates apparatus, but don’t necessarily have the resources for private training.

Tower Orientation class shows the aspiring Tower Class participant the nuts and bolts of the Tower System. Students will learn how to set up and use the equipment safely, as well as how to adjust the apparatus to suit their particular bodies. Although this class is less likely to flow due to lack of experience, like all pilates emphasis is placed on proper form and alignment. There is a Tower Orientation the first Saturday of each month at 10am.
  
Single class: 30

 

 

 



All series purchases expire 8 weeks from date of first use. All classes require advanced sign in...simply click on the 'MindBody' logo at the bottom of our homepage. Classes may be cancelled if less than three people have signed up at 24 hours before the scheduled class.

Open Tower Classes are geared to the advanced pilates practitioner only. Students should be 1) free of injury and be completely familiar with the order and performance of the advanced matwork series, 2) complete a Tower Orientation class, and 3) have permission from an instructor. Since space is limited, advanced reservations are needed to hold your spot (and 24-hours advanced cancellation is required to avoid late/no-show charges).

  

Single class: 30

10 Tower package: 250 (6 weeks expiration)

 

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All series purchases expire 8 weeks from date of first use. All classes require advanced sign in...simply click on the 'MindBody' logo at the bottom of our homepage. Classes may be cancelled if less than three people have signed up at 24 hours before the scheduled class.


Wunda Chair Classes  are the most challenging on our schedule. Because of the advanced nature of the class, there are a couple of things you'll need to know . . .

1. Only students who are without injury and currently doing strong, advanced Pilates work can sign up. This is just a safety precaution, since instructors will not be able to spot everyone at the same time!


2. The class involves very advanced techniques on the Wunda Chair, so if you've only had limited experience on that apparatus, you'll need to get some lessons. As with any group lessons, you'll be expected to know the exercises and how to set up for them (just like Tower classes). Talk to any instructor about getting some private training.

3. You'll need the permission of an instructor to be able to sign up for the class. Again, this is just for safety and to make sure everyone is working out at the same level.

Hope to see you in class soon!