Pilates Peace Barre

Pilates Girl with Peace Sign Transparent Reduced Size 70.png

Pilates Reformer

Pilates Reformer is a great form of strength, postural, flexibility, balance and endurance training and can be designed to target one specific area, or as a whole body muscular exercise.  Reformer beds use different weighted spring combinations to adjust the resistance to make it harder or easier, depending on the individual's capabilities.

Pilates Reformer Classic Left Adjacent White Back.png

Cardio-Tramp  Reformer

Trampoline reformer classes provide terrific, low-impact cardiovascular workouts. Well-structured trampoline classes help exercise and tone lower body muscles —including legs, abdominal muscles and lower back.  Cardio-Tramp's soft landing surface enables all different body types to engage in extended periods of calorie-burning activity at their own individualized rate of exertion.



Barre classes use a combination of postures inspired by ballet, yoga and Pilates. The barre is used as a prop to balance during isometric strength training where you hold your body still while you contract a specific set of muscles.  This routine not only improves posture, muscle definition, and weight loss, but also increases flexibility and reduces stress.

Barre Photo 1.png

Pilates Mat

Mat Pilates stretches and strengthens your body, primarily the muscles of the core, which span from your hips to your shoulders, via a series of exercises performed equipment-free. Inspired from dance, yoga and classic calisthenics, Mat Pilates exercises effectively work with just your body, balls and a floor mat for cushioning and support.


Stretch Reformer

Stretch Reformer's low-intensity exercises incorporate traditional Pilates principles with mild strength training and stretching.  By using Pilates reformer springs to lengthen you out, our Stretch Reformer classes provide a stress-free intro to Pilates and are particularly beneficial to those rehabilitating from an injury.

Pilates Stretch Image Left Adjacent Better Res.png

For More Info

Interested in learning more?  Send us a note and we'll reach out to you.