Pilates Sessions With proper instruction, a student must understand the basic principals which prepares them for the GROUP Mat/Barre/small equipment and larger equipment sessions. These principals ensure that you can take these skills into a lifetime of optimal fitness.
Private/semi-private instruction is tailored to each individual client. With group classes the focus remains the same – perfect form with fewer repetitions, many exercises including small equipment and barre. – without the risk of injury.
Benefits of Pilates Exercise Equipment Pilates exercise equipment is extremely versatile. It allows hundreds of exercise variations, is easy on the joints, offers modifications for people with injuries or conditions, allows for three-dimensional movement and conditioning, and is suitable for a wide variety of clients (from rehab to pro athlete). It also facilitates balanced strength and flexibility, provides resistance on the in and out moves, total musclo-skeletal conditioning (muscles and postural alignment), and facilitates core conditioning and peripheral mobility.
- Please print and fill out our New Client Information Sheet and bring it to your first session along with a good attitude.
- CANCELLATION POLICY: Our time, as well as yours, is important. If the need to cancel arises, a 24 hr notice is required to avoid being fully charged. Our studio does not offer refunds.
- Each session is either private, semi-private or group class and lasts 55 minutes. Please arrive 10 minutes early – dressed comfortably in form-fitting exercise clothing with socks (available for purchase at the studio), a mat, and a towel. Studio Etiquette
Group Mat/Barre & Small Equip. Sessions:
Private Mat/Barre/Small Equipment Session
$70/$80 with Lead Trainer
$40 Duet/$45 duet lead trainer/ $35 Trio/ $30 Quad
Three Private Sessions of “Basic Principles”
$200 Includes Postural Analysis
Group Mat/Barre/Small Equipment Class (drop in)
$15 (those w/ “Principles”)
$135 for a 10 class pass
Custom Workshops* Price upon request
*Customized sports specific and Corporate workshops available. Rooftop option
$70/$80 with lead trainer
$40 duet/$45 lead trainer/ $35 trio/ $30 quad
Reformer The Reformer is the main piece of equipment used in Pilates exercise. The Reformer glides forward & backward on rollers and uses springs for resistance, along with other attachments, for a wide variety of exercises and positions (i.e. lying down, seated, kneeling and standing.)
Split-Pedal Stability ChairIdeal for those who need to stay in a seated or upright position (i.e. pregnancy), the Stability Chair helps rebalance muscles and provides a full-body workout. It also facilitates high-performance exercises for athletes, fitness enthusiasts, as well as rehab clients.
Ladder Barrel Designed for serious core conditioning and to increase flexibility and mobility, the Ladder Barrel challenges core stability and strength for every Pilates student – from beginners to the fully conditioned exerciser.
Deluxe Arc Barrel Made to soften hard floor surfaces and protect the spine. Used for modifications or to increase challenge.
BOSU Balance Trainer The unstable nature of the BOSU makes it an ideal tool for establishing and reinforcing balance, stability and core strength.
Cadillac Add more than 200 exercises to your Pilates repertoire and challenge the body in different planes of motion with the Cadillac Trapeze Table. For post-rehab clients to peak performance athletes.
The multiple attachments allow arms and legs to be worked independently ensuring muscle balance in the upper and lower body as well as stability through the core. The Cadillac offers more three-dimensional movements and facilitates exercises in sitting, standing or lying positions, promoting programming options for every fitness level and ability.