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What is Pilates?

Named after the German Joseph Pilates, who developed this exercise method in the early 18th century. He first applied it while being interned in an English camp during WW1, to rehabilitate the injured. He was later invited to train the German army, but instead relocated to America with his wife Clara. There they further developed and taught his method, catering to the needs of athletes, dancers and gymnasts among others

Today the Pilates method is practiced all over the world and is recommended as part of athletic, rehabilitative, antenatal, general fitness and performing arts programs (truly a movement method for anyone). It consists of mat exercises and use of specialized equipment, with modifications to suit any fitness level.

Balance

Why Pilates?

Core
Strength & Stability

Mobility

Mental
Health

Effective
Breathing

Athletic Performance

Mind-Body
Connection

Postural Control

Muscle
Tone

Injury
Reduction

Private sessions

Private sessions are ideal for a progressive program that is tailored to your personal needs and goals, with maximum attention.

Reformer Pilates is an option in this format.

Types of Sessions

Group Class Schedule

Dec 11 - Dec 17

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F

16

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