Class Pricing & Memberships
One-time private informative session prior to first class.
Not mandatory, but recommended!
Pilates Equipment Classes
Includes Pilates equipment, Pilates equipment basics, therapeutic & restorative Pilates and jump board. Buy a 10 Pack for a better value $24 per Class
Balance & Bones Classes
Cost is $20 for a single class. Buy a Balance & Bones 5 Pack for a better value $18 Per Class.
Pilates Mat classes offered periodically. Please call or email for details when Pilates mat classes become available.
Four classes per month.
$22 per class
Eight classes per month.
$21 per class
Twelve classes per month.
$20 per class
Sixteen classes per month.
$19 per class
3 Private Intro to Pilates Sessions
A 3 pack of private Pilates sessions to introduce you to the Pilates method and our studio equipment. A one time purchase, at a promotional rate of $65 per session.
Private Pilates instruction tailored specifically to your needs. Call to book! Buy a 10 Pack for a better value at $75 Per Session.
Semi-private Pilates sessions, for you and a friend. Buy a 10 Pack for a better value at $50 Per Person.
$55 Per Person
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
If you have an injury or a prescription for physical therapy from your doctor, contact us to set up your first appointment and find out about insurance coverage. To start Pilates classes, click on our class schedule, find the class you want and sign up. You will be prompted to create an account and purchase a class package or membership. If you’d like to try first we have a $10 trial class for new clients only!
Keep in mind if you are new to Pilates and have never used the reformer, we highly suggest you take a beginner’s evaluation so we can help you choose the appropriate class. Private Pilates sessions may be recommened to address specific needs and fitness goals. Please complete the Contact form to schedule a beginner’s evaluation or Private sessions.
We believe that students should be trained in the true essence of Pilates – get a great workout, learn about their body, and have fun! You will get a beginner to advanced workout depending on the class you choose, and you will always be challenged no matter how fit or un-fit you are. We have two beautiful and comfortable studios, and instructors with years of experience and varying backgrounds, so you will never get bored and will want to come back for more.
Pilates works well with all fitness programs and can enhance them. The core stabilization and strengthening exercises in Pilates will improve your performance in any sport or activity. Most people experience the highest benefit when doing Pilates two to three times a week. As Joseph Pilates quoted: “You will feel better in 10 sessions, look better in 20 and have a new body in 30 sessions.”
Pilates was actually first developed as a rehabilitation and physical therapy tool. It is ideal for injury recovery in that you will strengthen muscles while protecting your body and relearning proper movement patterns. If you feel limited in your injury, we recommend starting with the Beginner’s Evaluation. Some private Pilates sessions will help focus on your specific needs and can prepare you to join classes. If feel ready to try a class, you may want to start with the Pilates Equipment Basics or the Therapeutic Pilate’s classes. Contact Us Call us if you aren’t sure where to start! You may want to consider starting with Physical Therapy as it can address the specific injury or health condition and can prepare you for Pilates classes.
Yes! By using resistance and toning exercises and increasing your heart rate, Pilates can contribute to weight and fat loss and lean muscle development. Pilates training creates a longer leaner muscle tone not bulk. Ultimately weight loss is a result of diet along with proper and regular exercise. Working with a nutritional consultant and increasing your daily exercise will help you attain permanent weight loss.
Wear comfortable clothes to move in. For women we suggest exercise pants or short, sports bra and t-shirt/tank and for men we suggest exercise pants or shorts and a t-shirt. No need for sports shoes in Pilates! We suggest wearing Pilates’ toe socks they have sticky pads on the bottom so you won’t slide on the equipment. We have them available for purchase. Socks also keep your feet, the equipment and studio clean and sanitary. For physical therapy, please wear clothes that allow us to get to the injured area.
Yes! Men gain as much, if not more, benefit from a Pilates program. They will gain balance, flexibility and strength in muscles that don’t get trained or used in the gym or with traditional sports. Pilates will aide in recovery from back injuries and improve performance in recreational activities. No matter how much time you spend in the gym, Pilates will challenge you and add to your overall strength.