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WHAT IS PILATES?


Introducing 2 New Group Classes.
Learn the fundamentals of Pilates, stretching and core strength.

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WHAT IS PILATES?


Introducing 2 New Group Classes.
Learn the fundamentals of Pilates, stretching and core strength.

 Book A Class

WHAT IS PILATES?

Pilates is similar to yoga but emphasizes your body’s core (including the abdomen, obliques, lower back, inner and outer thigh, and glutes).  Because it primarily targets your core, Pilates exercise gives you just what your body needs — strength, flexibility, muscular endurance, coordination, balance, and good posture — with a much lower chance of injury than with many other forms of exercise!  This discipline emphasizes correct form over simply going for “the burn.”  With so many exercise variations and progressions, you may have a difficult time getting bored with Pilates!  Pilates moves require you to engage virtually your whole body.  At times, you may try to strengthen one muscle while stretching another.  These moves require a great deal of concentration; therefore you can’t simply go through the motions like you can on most gym equipment.  And then: for every move you think you’ve mastered, Pilates has another version that will be a bit different and a bit more difficult.   

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Who needs to stretch? Everyone!! What is stretching “right"? Well, over our lifetime, through bad postural habits and repetitive movement, the skeleton and muscular system can (and usually does) create imbalances in your body. Stretching muscles and tendons can restore the body to its original and designed alignment. The problem is, once the body HAS bad habits, it tends to over use those for everything and is difficult to attain good posture. So if you aren’t stretching in right alignment and with some muscular stability — those stubborn tight muscles won’t want to release and your posture won’t be fixed.

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Who needs to stretch? Everyone!! What is stretching “right"? Well, over our lifetime, through bad postural habits and repetitive movement, the skeleton and muscular system can (and usually does) create imbalances in your body. Stretching muscles and tendons can restore the body to its original and designed alignment. The problem is, once the body HAS bad habits, it tends to over use those for everything and is difficult to attain good posture. So if you aren’t stretching in right alignment and with some muscular stability — those stubborn tight muscles won’t want to release and your posture won’t be fixed.