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Do you follow up on Instagram? Please do! On our Instagram page, we showcase all things related Pilates at our studio. We tell you a little bit about our trainers, our locations and our favorite Pilates exercises. We also love being featured in your Instagram story!...

Why Is Pilates Expensive

Why is Pilates so expensive? Do you offer any discounts? Sometimes clients ask us about our pricing and wonder if we have any unpublished pricing options. We want to use this blog entry to address our pricing and hopefully answer some common questions. First, just to...

Why Do We Always Do Feet in Straps

In Pilates, the feet in straps exercise is prominent in almost every workout.  This exercise really focuses on the abdominals, inner thighs, and hamstrings.  While you are working towards strengthening and stabilizing the abdominals, your legs are supported in the...

3 Tips for New Clients

1) Listen to the Instructor Your first Pilates class may seem overwhelming – intimidating even.  The Reformer looks fairly complicated, there’s so many accessories on the side, and everyone else seems to already know what they’re doing.  Do not...

Quick & Easy Class Modifications for Pregnant Women

Here are some easy to implement modifications for our pregnant clients. Remember, if you’re expecting, make sure you have the OK from your doctor to workout. And, if you’re new to Pilates, we strongly recommend starting with a few privates. If you’ve been with us for...

Three Tips for Getting Better at Pilates Class

Sometimes clients ask us how to get “better” at Pilates. Well, we’ve got some tips! Practice: You need regular practice to get better at anything. If you want to get better, you’ve got to show up and take class. Think About Form: Form is so important in Pilates....

Need a Pilates Moment Over Thanksgiving?

If you’re away and can’t make it to Pilates class over the holiday weekend, we have a quick mini-workout for you! No weights are needed, but it’s great if you could add them for the lunges. Warm up: Two minutes standing marching. As you march, use your core. Imagine...

What Are the Stott Springs

Our reformers have 5 springs – 3 red, 1 blue and 1 white. Red is the heaviest (100%), blue is the middle (50%) and white is very light (25%). For many exercises, more springs = heavier/more resistance. For example, footwork on 3 red will be heavier/harder than...