Introduction to Sessions

We offer Pilates training in three different formats: private equipment/mat, semi-private equipment/mat, and mat-group classes. Pilates machines are only used during private/semi-private sessions.
It is recommended that you not eat 30 minutes prior to and after each session.
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Private sessions are customized based on each client’s: fitness needs, physiological capabilities, goals, body condition, and time availability. There are four major types of Pilates equipment used during private and semi-private sessions in our studio: REFORMER, CADILLAC, WUNDA CHAIR, & SPINE CORRECTOR.

The following are just some of the many benefits of a private-equipment session:
1) consistent, delicate, and pain-free attainment of self balance;
2) safe, gradual, and ecological self - understanding, and acceptance, and
3) such prerogatives as easy motion, detoxation, release of muscles, and mental clench.
You will get to know more deeply and precisely about your body features by doing exercises on various Pilates’ equipment.


Semi-private means two clients taking a session together.
Each exercise will differ from one person to the next, according to one’s fitness level, Pilates experience, health restrictions, and age. Plus, the goal of each exercise and its intensity can vary depending on circumstances.
Common experience, mutual achievements, and the joy of practicing together help to unite and discipline participants.
The spring resistance of some of the specialized equipment provides a challenging, bone- strengthening endurance workout. Best of all, the equipment is easily customized for users, which allows individuals to work at an appropriate fitness level. Visible results can be seen after a dozen or so regular sessions.


If you are new to Pilates, we suggest taking a mat-group session to learn the basics before you start equipment sessions.
Through our sessions, you will acknowledge your body and become aware of all your senses. Each session starts with breathing, a warm up, and stretching which gradually leads to the advance level of Pilates. A period of relaxation and analysis will bring the session to a close.
Pilates mat classes focus on developing core strength, flexibility, balance, and stamina. The instructor presents the exercises at all levels: beginning, intermediate, and advanced.
Group-mat sessions may also be conducted with the usage of some props, such as: a balance ball, magic circle, stretch pole, flex band, and others. No previous Pilates experience is necessary to join a mat class.

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