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TRX Pilates

The TRX Pilates class begins with the fundamentals of Pilates. First, warming up the body through breath, proper alignment and core support, we then explore different planes of movement using the TRX suspension straps. Developed by The Navy Seals, TRX suspension training utilizes your own body weight and gravity allowing for full range movement and deep core conditioning. Like Pilates, TRX exercises improve overall functional fitness, developing greater strength, balance, flexibility and core stability, making them the perfect match. This class can be modified to any fitness level. All levels welcome!

Yamuna Body Rolling (YBR)

YBR is a fitness and therapy practice that combines healing, wellness, and injury prevention. It uses 6- to 10- inch balls to strengthen, tone, and realign the body to assist in fixing all sorts of problems, ranging from sciatica and herniated disks to fibromyalgia and low-back, neck, and shoulder pain. To practice YBR, you lie over the ball and literally roll out your muscles, almost like dough, following specific routines for all parts of the body. The ball applies traction that creates space around joints and vertebrae and lengthens muscles so they can fully release. YBR ball work improves core strength and releases restrictions caused by habitual movement patterns. “Even if you don’t exercise at all,” says Pilates Body Trainer Teri Smith, “YBR keeps you fit.”

Tower

Also known as “the Cadillac”, this piece of equipment uses spring resistance to enhance the original Pilates work. Exercises are performed lying, sitting, kneeling and standing with focus on core strength, muscular balance, breath and building long, lean muscle. This premier piece of equipment also features the roll down bar, and push thru bar to create endless programming challenging the body both bilaterally and unilaterally. A work out like no other.

Tower Of Power

Also known as “the Cadillac”, this piece of equipment uses spring resistance to enhance the original Pilates work. Exercises are performed lying, sitting, kneeling and standing with focus on core strength, muscular balance, breath and building long, lean muscle. Other pieces of equipment may be utilized such as the stability chair, or other Pilates props to create a workout which challenges the body head to toe.

Mat Pilates Classes

Just as the name implies. Pure Pilates mat class incorporates traditional mat exercises to develop core strength and stability to promote spinal health and improve performance using the body’s own resistance and simple movements.

Barre

The Pilates Body new signature format. Total Barre combines ballet, weights, and Pilates for a low-impact, fat-burning workout. If you want sculpted thighs, a toned body, flat abs, and defined arms, this class is perfect for you! Plan to do some free-standing lifting using light weights, some mat work, and of course, plenty of Barre work. The Barre Pilates Classes incorporate stretching segments after each strengthening series, so you’ll also lengthen your body and increase flexibility while you tone. Total Barre integrates elements of Pilates, dance, cardio & strength training.

Total Body Tone

This class will incorporate the use of our Halo trainer. An evolutionary device that incorporates strength work, flexibility training, overall conditioning, and injury prevention. The Halo trainer features a friction fitting ergonomic handlebar that works individually, and with a stability ball. Elements of Mat Pilates and other small props will also be utilized to define your abs, glutes, and all major muscle groups for a total body tone. Class appropriate for all fitness levels.

Mixed Equipment Class

Our signature Pilates class utilizes various pieces of Pilates equipment such as Pilates Chair, Tower & Halo Trainers to give you the best Pilates workout possible. Participants practice a series of conventional Pilates based exercises designed to enhance core strength, spinal alignment, flexibility, balance, and postural control.

Jump Sclupt

This class consists of 30 minutes of jumpboard interval training to get your heart pumping and torch some calories, followed by 15 minutes of upper body sculpting. Jump your way to a strong core, toned legs, and Glutes. Finish with exercises to sculpt your arms, chest and back. You will leave feeling energized and strong from head to toe.