Group Apparatus Classes

Feel The Difference: Pilates Apparatus Classes Transcend Fitness, Uplifting Your Daily Movements and Redefining How You Experience Exercise.

Over 25 group classes offered per week with levels ranging from beginner to advanced.  

*Apparatus Classes Include: Reformer, Chair and Circuit

Feel The Difference: Pilates Apparatus Classes Transcend Fitness, Uplifting Your Daily Movements and Redefining How You Experience Exercise.

Over 25 group classes offered per week with levels ranging from beginner to advanced.  

*Apparatus Classes Include: Reformer, Chair and Circuit

Get Started By:

Constant Engagement:
The Pilates Apparatus provide resistance throughout the entire range of motion. This constant engagement ensures that muscles are actively working not only when pushing or pulling against the resistance but also during the return phase. This contributes to a more comprehensive and effective workout. 

Balance and Coordination:

The Reformer's sliding carriage and the Chair's split peddle add instability, demanding full engagement and control. This challenges balance and coordination, especially in moving platform exercises, offering an excellent way to enhance these skills in a dynamic workout.


Mind-Body Bliss:

Beyond physical gains, Apparatus workouts cultivate well-being benefits, including reduced stress and increased cognitive function, for  an all-encompassing feel-good experience.



Decreased Injury Risk:

The springs mimic the resistance of traditional weights but also provide additional support. The spring resistance enhances stability while targeting specific muscle groups, reducing the risk of injury during the workout.


Apparatus Classes: A Workout Like None Other.

The resistance from the apparatus springs works to strengthen your entire body, targeting not just the larger muscle groups but also activating the smaller stabilizing muscles. It's a smart way to address any imbalances and focus on strengthening specific areas individually.

Class Packages & Memberships

Whether you are just beginning Pilates or have advanced experience, the Apparatus work will challenge you and support your development of strength, balance, and flexibility. You'll leave class feeling stronger, taller and more balanced. Apparatus Classes include: Reformer, Chair and Circuit.

Introductory Offer For New Clients  4 Reformer Classes...$99

One Class...$35

10 Classes...$310

2x/week...$224/mo

3x/week...$300/mo

Unlimited Monthly Classes (Apparatus & Mat)...$399/mo

Pilates Apparatus Classes Transcend Fitness, Uplifting Your Daily Movements and Redefining How You Experience Exercise.

Over 25 group classes offered per week with levels ranging from beginner to advanced.  

*Apparatus Classes Include: Reformer, Chair and Circuit

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Apparatus Class Schedule:

Click HERE if you want to see all apparatus and mat classes

Apparatus Class Schedule:

Click HERE if you want to see all apparatus and mat classes

Class Levels

Use the guidelines below to choose what level class you should sign up for. If you need help deciding what level is best for you don't hesitate to ask. 

Level 1:

Build Your Foundation

A great starting point for anyone new to Pilates or exercise and movement in general. These classes will introduce you to the Pilates principles, common alignment cues, and the essentials you need for success in higher-level classes.


Take Level 1 Classes 

If/When You:


Are new to Pilates

Need a slower-paced class with a lot of cues from the instructor

Are learning to stabilize one part of the body while moving another part

Need to consider physical limitations

Level 2:
Increase Your Capacity

These classes assume you have a basic understanding of common alignment cues and know when to modify for yourself when necessary. You'll delve into more intricate movements and refine your ability to adapt to your body's needs.


Take Level 2 Classes 

If/When You:


Able to adjust your spine when cued. i.e. neutral, tuck, flex, extend, etc.

Able to maintain a stable pelvic position with no back discomfort while your legs are lifted

Are beginning to coordinate breath with movement

Can adjust quickly to variations or additions as cued by the teacher

Level 3:

Advance Your Ability

You know beginner and intermediate exercises well enough that you can confidently choose to do alternative exercises when you are unable, or shouldn’t do the exercise that is being cued, allowing you to progress effectively.


Take Level 3 Classes 

If/When You:


Have the breath capacity and stamina to work at a quicker pace

Need less queuing from the instructor

Able to find and maintain a neutral spine in supine, prone and side-lying

Can safely do balance work on an unstable surface while changing positions

Aware of and able to activate specific muscles

Learn More:

Constant Engagement:
The Pilates Apparatus provide resistance throughout the entire range of motion. This constant engagement ensures that muscles are actively working not only when pushing or pulling against the resistance but also during the return phase. This contributes to a more comprehensive and effective workout. 

Balance and Coordination:

The Reformer's sliding carriage and the Chair's split peddle add instability, demanding full engagement and control. This challenges balance and coordination, especially in moving platform exercises, offering an excellent way to enhance these skills in a dynamic workout.


Mind-Body Bliss:

Beyond physical gains, Apparatus workouts cultivate well-being benefits, including reduced stress and increased cognitive function, for  an all-encompassing feel-good experience.



Decreased Injury Risk:

The springs mimic the resistance of traditional weights but also provide additional support. The spring resistance enhances stability while targeting specific muscle groups, reducing the risk of injury during the workout.


Apparatus Classes: A Workout Like None Other.

The resistance from the apparatus springs works to strengthen your entire body, targeting not just the larger muscle groups but also activating the smaller stabilizing muscles. It's a smart way to address any imbalances and focus on strengthening specific areas individually.

Class Levels:

Level 1: Build Your Foundation

A great starting point for anyone new to pilates mat, or exercise and movement in general. These classes will introduce you to the pilates principles, common alignment cues, and the essentials you need for success in higher-level classes.


Take Level 1 Classes 

If/When You:


Are new to Pilates Mat Exercises

Need a slower-paced class with a lot of cues from the instructor

Are learning to stabilize one part of the body while moving another part

Need to consider physical limitations

Level 2: Increase Your Capacity

These classes assume you have a basic understanding of common alignment cues and know when to modify for yourself when necessary. You'll delve into more intricate movements and refine your ability to  adapt to your body's needs.


Take Level 2 Classes 

If/When You:


Able to adjust your spine when cued. I.e. neutral, tuck, flex, extend, etc.

Able to maintain a stable pelvic position with no back discomfort while your legs are lifted

Are beginning to coordinate breath with movement

Can adjust quickly to variations or additions as cued by the teacher

Level 3: Advance Your Ability

You know beginner and intermediate exercises well enough that you can confidently choose to do alternative exercises when you are unable, or shouldn’t do the exercise that is being cued, allowing you to progress effectively.


Take Level 3 Classes 

If/When You:


Have the breath capacity and stamina to work at a quicker pace

Need less queuing from the instructor

Able to find and maintain a neutral spine supine, prone and side-lying

Can safely do balance work on an unstable surface while changing positions

Aware of and able to activate specific muscles

Smiles & Success: Client Reviews That Say It All:

The teachers are great and very tuned into individual needs. They are always cheerful and encouraging. Make it a pleasure to be there!
 

Sally P.

It was a great introduction to Pilates! I’m looking forward to trying it again

Jennifer D.

Everything was awesome!
 

Shirley M.

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