No matter your age or level of fitness, there’s a Pilates class that will work for you. See the options and find your perfect workout fit.
Classes to take in our our GYM.
We offer a multitude of fun and motivating classes that allow you to work out alone or with friends. Our trainers are highly educated and will make sure you give your all.
The classes are:
Classes For Every Skill Level.
Our beginners Pilates classes are perfect for fitness enthusiasts who are new to the practice, as it offers a safe and effective way to build a strong foundation. With a focus on proper form and alignment, you’ll master the fundamental principles of Pilates, allowing you to maximize the benefits of your workout as you progress. Suitable for all fitness levels, this class can be easily adapted to accommodate any physical limitations you may have, while promoting overall body awareness.
For those who have already established a solid foundation in Pilates and are looking for a challenging workout, intermediate Pilates classes may be the perfect fit. These classes build upon the fundamentals of Pilates and focus on progressing your practice to the next level. Expect to be challenged with more advanced exercises and sequences that will help you build strength, increase flexibility, and refine your technique. Intermediate Pilates classes are ideal for those who are comfortable with the basic principles of Pilates and are looking for a more intense workout. With the guidance of a skilled instructor, you’ll be able to take your Pilates practice to the next level and achieve your fitness goals.
For those who are Pilates fitness enthusiasts and have already mastered the intermediate level, advanced Pilates classes are designed to take your practice to the highest level. Advanced classes offer a challenging and dynamic workout that incorporates a variety of exercises that will challenge your strength, endurance, and flexibility. In these classes, you can expect to perform more complex exercises and sequences, including advanced variations of classic Pilates moves. Advanced Pilates classes are ideal for those who are looking for a demanding workout that will push their limits and take their fitness to new heights. With the guidance of a skilled instructor, you’ll be able to refine your technique, build upon your existing strength and flexibility, and achieve peak physical fitness.
For expert-level Pilates enthusiasts, the Pilates practice can be taken to even higher levels of intensity and complexity with advanced and specialized training programs. These programs often involve working with specialized equipment such as the Pilates Chair, Ladder Barrel, and Cadillac, which provide even more challenge and variety to your workout. These advanced training programs require a deep understanding of the Pilates principles, advanced body control, and a high level of physical fitness. They’re ideal for those who are looking to take their Pilates practice to the next level and achieve peak physical performance. With the guidance of experienced instructors and trainers, expert-level Pilates enthusiasts can continue to refine their technique, push their limits, and unlock the full potential of their bodies.
A Different Workout In Every Class.
Cardio training, also known as cardiovascular training or aerobic exercise, refers to any physical activity that elevates your heart rate and breathing rate for a sustained period of time. The term “cardio” is short for cardiovascular, which refers to the heart and blood vessels.
Examples of cardio training include running, cycling, brisk walking, and dancing. These activities help to strengthen the heart and lungs, improve circulation, and increase endurance. They are also an effective way to burn calories and improve overall fitness.
Cardio training can be done at various intensities, depending on your fitness level and goals. It is recommended that adults aim for at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise or 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity aerobic exercise per week, along with strength training exercises for all major muscle groups at least twice per week.
Core training refers to exercises that focus on strengthening and conditioning the muscles in the abdominal, lower back, and hip areas, collectively known as the “core” muscles. The core muscles are essential for maintaining good posture, balance, and stability, as well as for supporting the spine and protecting the internal organs.
Core training exercises typically involve movements that engage the entire core region, such as planks, crunches, sit-ups, bridges, and leg raises. These exercises can be performed with body weight only or with the addition of resistance, such as using weights or resistance bands.
The benefits of core training include improved balance and stability, reduced risk of injury, better posture, increased strength and power, and improved athletic performance. Core training can be incorporated into a variety of fitness routines, including strength training, yoga, Pilates, and sports-specific training.
Agility training refers to exercises and drills that are designed to improve an individual’s ability to change direction quickly, move with speed and efficiency, and react to changing stimuli. Agility is an important component of many sports and physical activities, including soccer, basketball, tennis, martial arts, and obstacle course racing.
Agility training involves a variety of movements that challenge an individual’s balance, coordination, and reaction time, such as running forward and backward, side shuffling, jumping, cutting, and pivoting. These exercises can be performed with cones, hurdles, ladders, agility poles, or other training equipment.
The benefits of agility training include improved balance and coordination, enhanced athletic performance, reduced risk of injury, and better overall fitness. Agility training can be incorporated into a variety of fitness routines, including sports-specific training, strength training, and cardio training. It is particularly useful for athletes and individuals who participate in high-intensity sports or activities that require quick and agile movements.
Strength training, also known as resistance training or weightlifting, refers to a type of physical activity that involves using resistance to build muscular strength and endurance. This can be achieved through the use of weights, resistance bands, bodyweight exercises, or other forms of resistance.
The goal of strength training is to progressively overload the muscles, causing them to adapt and grow stronger over time. This can lead to a variety of benefits, including increased muscle mass, improved bone density, enhanced metabolism, and reduced risk of injury.
Strength training exercises typically involve compound movements that engage multiple muscle groups, such as squats, deadlifts, bench presses, and pull-ups. These exercises can be performed with free weights, weight machines, or other types of resistance equipment.
Strength training can be beneficial for individuals of all ages and fitness levels, and can be incorporated into a variety of fitness routines. It is particularly important for older adults, as it can help to maintain muscle mass and bone density, reducing the risk of falls and fractures.
Endurance training, also known as aerobic or cardio training, refers to physical activity that challenges the body’s ability to sustain high levels of activity over an extended period of time. The goal of endurance training is to improve cardiovascular fitness, increase stamina, and boost overall endurance.
Endurance training involves engaging in activities that elevate the heart rate for an extended period of time, such as running, cycling, swimming, rowing, and brisk walking. These activities improve the body’s ability to deliver oxygen and nutrients to the muscles, allowing them to work harder and longer without fatigue.
Endurance training can be done at various intensities, depending on the individual’s fitness level and goals. For example, low-intensity endurance training, such as walking or light cycling, can be beneficial for beginners or individuals with limited mobility. High-intensity endurance training, such as interval training or hill sprints, can be challenging and beneficial for experienced athletes or individuals looking to push themselves to the next level.
The benefits of endurance training include improved cardiovascular health, increased lung capacity, improved metabolism, and reduced risk of chronic diseases, such as heart disease and diabetes. Endurance training can be incorporated into a variety of fitness routines, including strength training and sports-specific training, and is an important component of overall fitness.
Rehabilitation training, also known as rehab training, refers to a type of exercise program that is designed to help individuals recover from an injury or illness. The goal of rehabilitation training is to improve mobility, strength, flexibility, and overall function, allowing individuals to return to their daily activities and sports.
Rehabilitation training is typically tailored to the individual’s specific injury or condition, and may involve a combination of exercises, stretches, and manual therapies, such as massage or joint mobilization. The program may be overseen by a physical therapist or rehabilitation specialist, who can monitor progress and adjust the program as needed.
The specific exercises and therapies used in rehabilitation training may vary depending on the injury or condition being treated. For example, individuals recovering from a knee injury may perform exercises to improve quadriceps strength and knee stability, while individuals recovering from a stroke may perform exercises to improve balance and coordination.
The benefits of rehabilitation training include improved function, reduced pain, increased range of motion, and faster recovery. It can be an important component of overall medical care, helping individuals to regain independence and quality of life after an injury or illness.