Pilates is great for beginners! Especially my Beginner Mat class which will help you “connect the dots” between your body, mind and your movements in a methodical way. You will work and you will laugh and you will be different after a few sessions.
What Do I Bring To Class?
Most people like non-slip sticky socks. Some prefer bare feet. No shoes or sneakers are allowed in the studio.
Bring your own mat and a bottle of water.
Wear comfortable, form fitting clothes that allow easy movement.
Avoid wearing jewelry and strong perfumes.
Please note that no classes are confirmed if you’re not prepaid. Thus, advanced reservations for a spot in the room is necessary.
How Long Before I See Results?
Results depend on each individual. Pilates is a toning and strengthening regimen that if included in a healthy lifestyle approach to fitness (proper nutrition and cardiovascular training) results are noticeable within ten sessions. Listen to your body to find a routine that works for you. Most students enjoy 2-3 sessions per week to see results while allowing your muscles to properly recover and repair.
What's the Parking Situation?
There is FREE garage parking with a validation for four hours and use of the mall facility in which the studio is located.
Where Is The Studio Located?
The studio is located on the Lower Level of the Galaxy Mall, adjacent to Tower 2 and the BLUE elevator bank.
Are There Any Special Discounts?
Many enjoy the Intro to Pilates Package as a way to experience the private apparatus as well as mat classes – offered at a special discount in our Online Shop. Others choose to save a few dollars with a 3-class package as a “taste-test” of either a Mat or TRX workout.
From time-to-time throughout the year, studio specials are activated, so be sure to stay connected through our periodic newsletter.
How Much Is a Class?
The Single Class rate is $23 for a Mat Class and $29 for a TRX Class. Most students however, take advantage of the class package rate to enjoy a generous discount.
Especially if you are choosing Group Mat Classes. It’s actually crucial. The language is different. The movements are unique. The exercises may be similar to something you have done before but the precision of Pilates is specific and exacting.
I encourage a minimum of 3-5 Beginner Mat classes for all newcomers to get started. Make the investment in yourself to commit to a schedule of classes that will help you meet this goal.
Allow yourself to become comfortable with a little of the terminology, a few planks and pushups along with the Pilates abdominal series and then add to your repertoire with other strengthening and toning classes.