Small Group Pilates Classes
The beauty of the complete Pilates system and the many pieces of equipment Joseph Pilates built is that they build on each other. Our classes utilize all the apparatus so you benefit from the entire method.
Classes are limited to (4) participants. The small groups ensure you receive attention, individual corrections, and hands-on feedback from your instructor.
Equipment Class Descriptions
The Method Equipment Class: New to Classical Pilates? Start with our Method Equipment Class. Learn and strengthen your Pilates practice from the ground up. In this class you will learn the choreography, spring changes, equipment set up, foundations and principles. You will use the Reformer, Tower, Chair, and Mat. Once you’ve mastered the basic moves and equipment, you’ll be equipped to graduate to the next level. Appropriate for first time students.
Reformer Class: Meet the Real Reformer workout. Our Reformers are fashioned after the original blueprint designs. Pilates Fit Studio trains you in the original system the same way Joe Pilates did. With 4 weighted springs and a specific repertoire, you’ll learn to use the springs and your body for strength and tone. Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced classes available
Tower Plus Class: For the love of Springs! Using resistance from the arm springs, leg springs, barrels and wunda chairs, you’ll tone and strengthen in places you didn’t even know you had. Open Level
Reformer/Tower Class: In this class we work the entire system with flow, strength, precision and control on the Tower and Reformer, just as Joe intended. Beg/Inter levels
Mat Class: It’s you, the mat and added resistance. In this class, we use weighted bars, hand weights, small balls, and resistance bands to enhance the Classical Mat repertoire and leave your muscles aching for more. You can expect a fantastic workout in $45 min. Open Level Mat
If you’re new to Pilates Fit Studio but not new to Classical Pilates, contact us so we can put you in the appropriate class.
Duets are similar to privates with individualized attention and instruction but you share the instructor with one other person. Duets are an economical way to get a lot of personal feedback on your Pilates practice.
Duets are a great option for friends or family members to share their time during a Pilates session while still working on individual goals. We recommend that you provide your own partner for a duet session.