This class includes a series of stretch flow combined with conscious breath work, affirmations with movements and various centering exercises so that you feel refreshed and empowered in your mind and body.
Athletic Reformer Class
This 55 minutes class is filled with exercises that pumps the heart and soul, rejuvenates the body and builds endurance, strength through repetition.
This class is designed for everyone from beginner to advanced level Pilates enthusiast who wish to have a complete, full-body workout within 55 minutes while focusing on proper form and following the original 6 Pilates Principles.
You probably guessed it right what this class’ focus is on! Gluts and core! During this 55 minutes class you will use all available apparatus; Primarily the Wunda chairs, Reformers and several props to maximize gaining strength while toning these parts of your beautiful body.
Reformer Restorative Flow
This class is perfect for you if you’d like to focus on gently strengthening and rehabilitating your body, due to a previous injury. Even though it’s a group class the exercises are somewhat customized and catered to individual needs. This class is definitely an excellent step for a complete novice but also highly beneficial for any very experienced Pilates-lover!
Its name says it all. You have a chance to build and maintain your steel abdominal muscles within weeks if you attend this class. Why is this important? Not for the looks but for your health! Strong abs are necessary to build your Life-Force Energy through proper breath work and it also helps keep the organs inside! You’ll focus on your upper body as well, but this class will help you shred inches away.
Easy Reformer Flow
This class is excellent for all who are either novice or just want to take it easy on a Sunday morning. It will still meet all your Pilates expectations but will have a primary focus on proper alignment and basic exercises to thrive for perfection.
Fit, But New to Pilates Class
This class is useful for clients who are new to Pilates but are physically fit and would love to benefit from what Pilates has to offer.
Beginner Pilates Class
This class is for clients who are completely new to Pilates and wish to ad a gentle, progressive exercise regime that will help build up the inner, and outer strength of the body. You'll get to familiarize yourself with the reformer, cadillac and wunda chair and perform beginner level, basic exercises that will safely aid you back into the groove of movement. In about 5 sessions in this class you'll feel confident and strong enough to try other classes as well!
INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED LEVEL CLASSES
This class is designed around the various apparatuses; Reformer, Barrel, Wunda Chair, and, Cadillac if available, while using several props to make the Pilates experience more profound and sweaty. You’ll be so glad you attended!
90 Min Restorative Yoga
Restorative yoga is a type of yoga known for its relaxing, calming and healing effect. It has its roots in the yoga of B.K.S. Iyengar, who developed a yoga that allows students to practice without any strain or pain. This was developed into a whole style of yoga which was considered ideal for those recovering from injuries or illnesses.
Restorative yoga became popular in the United States in the 1970s, mainly thanks to a yoga teacher, Judith Lasater, who was herself a student of Iyengar.
As well as being popular with students who are recovering from illness or injury, Restorative yoga is considered an ideal balance to hectic and stressful modern lifestyles.
In Restorative yoga, the intention is to relax as far as possible into the postures, using as little physical effort as possible. The mind focuses on the breath in order to cultivate mindfulness and release tension from the body.
Restorative yoga classes tend to be relaxing and slow paced, with a whole sequence using as few as five or six postures which are held for long periods of time. Props are also used often in order to allow the body to be in the most comfortable, supported position possible. This may include bolsters, blankets, blocks and belts. Gentle music may be played, and the practice may be combined with guided meditation.
Restorative yoga stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system, which slows the heart rate, regulates the blood pressure and relaxes the body. As such, Restorative yoga is considered particularly beneficial for those suffering from anxiety, insomnia or headaches, as well as other stress-related conditions. It is also believed to boost the immune system and accelerate the body's natural healing process.
This is a prop intensive class, meaning each student will need, 1 mat, at least 2 bolsters, 2 blocks, 2-5 blankets, 1 strap, 1 yoga chair, sometimes we’ll need sand bags. Props are provided.