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pilates essentials

This core fundamentals class is great for students who want to focus on form and build strength from the inside out at a moderate tempo. We will prioritize the reformer, but may add in other equipment to keep things interesting! We can challenge and support all levels in this class by adjusting spring tension and making the positions more or less intense as needed. This class will emphasis on stability and tone.  Note: An intro to reformer private or group session—from our studio or another studio—is required prior to this class. Scroll below for more info

pilates strength

This class will focus on increasing strength using heavier spring tensions with an emphasis on fatiguing muscles and building strength. We will use a variety of equipment including the reformer, chair, trx, tower, mat, and more. As long as you have taken at least one reformer class before, we can accommodate different abilities by increasing or decreasing the springs as needed. Note: An intro to reformer private or group session—from our studio or another studio—is required for this class. Scroll below for more info

pilates burn

This is a higher tempo class with opportunities to build endurance and increase your heart rate by using a variety of equipment including the reformer, jumpboard, bosu, trx, and more! All levels are welcome in this class--as long as you have had at least one reformer class previously-- because we can modify the resistance or tempo in order to accommodate both veterans and newbies alike!  Note: An intro to reformer private or group session—from our studio or another studio—is required for this class. Scroll below for more info

"pilates & PBR" men's class!

Hey Gents! Join us Wednesdays at 6pm for a dudes-only pilates class. Your first class is FREE - use code PBR then only $20/class after that. .(Discounted prices through the fall, then regular packages will apply). To be clear, men participate in and are welcome at ALL of our classes, but this is a chance to shake off any pilates nerves in a men's only Lululemons required! Meet other guys, have a blast, and challenge yourself in a hard class without worrying if you can touch your toes. Pilates is essential to preserve your body for biking, skiing, & more far into the future.  (And, yes,  there will be PBR!)  

pilates combo

A mat-combo class means exactly that!  This all-levels class will incorporate elements from a variety of pilates inspired disciplines that may go beyond the reformer and chair. It could include mat based movements, mobility work, ball or bosu exercises, and an emphasis on core and glut activation.  While some classes may use the reformer and/or chair, we will often return to basics and get on the floor to practice a full mat series! This is a great choice for all levels to participate in because it will revisit some of the essential techniques used in pilates. It will also help improve your reformer practice by strengthening from the center outward. 

free intro to reformer

This FREE Intro to Reformer class is at 8:00am on the 1st & 3rd Saturday of each month! It is a 45 minute session to orient you to how a reformer works and to the fundamentals of pilates. Students who have never taken a reformer class before (either at our studio OR at another studio), are required to take this twice-a-month intro to reformer group class, OR you can sign up for the discounted "Intro to Reformer Private". NOTE: One free class per person. Free classes are intended for locals, second home owners & long term renters.

cancellation policy
Since there are only 6 reformers in the studio it is best to sign up in advance to ensure you get a space in a class.  For AM classes (anything before noon), there is an 8hr cancellation window in order to avoid being charged for the class.  For PM classes (noon or later), there is a 4hr cancellation window.  If you aren't sure you can get up for that 6am class, you may want to wait until the morning to register.  Of course, then you can't be guranteed a spot! 
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