"In 10 sessions you'll feel the difference,
in 20 you'll see the difference, and
in 30 you'll have a new body."

- Joseph Pilates

What is Pilates?

image courtesy of Mitchell Gross

image courtesy of Mitchell Gross

Core, Concentration and Control

A strong core lays the best foundation. By executing movements with concentration and control, you can teach your body to move more effectively. Proprioception (your understanding of your body in space) is increased and chances of injury are decreased.

Strength and Flexibility

By balancing strength and flexibility in Pilates, you gain practical ranges of motion that help you to move freely throughout your daily life. You will feel more capable and empowered with the growth in these areas.



Breathing naturally facilitates movement. Take a breath in and notice how you rise. Exhale and notice the difference. Movement and breath go hand in hand. Pilates recognizes and utilizes that relationship to increase what you accomplish in each session.

Rhythm and Flow

Each Pilates session is intended to work your entire system. We flow from one movement to the next in a way that you are always challenged, but not exhausted. Try a session out and notice how you feel rejuvenated afterwards. The best Pilates will make a real difference in your real life.