The workout is designed to work your whole body. Depending on your own personal fitness level and the other fitness activities you participate in. We believe that doing Pilates 3-4 times a week (every other day) is ideal. Some students come 5 times a week. You will see and feel results in as little as 1 time per week it will take longer to see the results. The key is to listen to your body and find a routine that works for you.
Yes! The Pilates equipment requires experience and knowledge just to use it. Our studio requires 10 to 20 Privates before getting into a class. This is a financial commitment, and that we understand. But let your own experience determine the reason to this. We have packages that help for new clients. Please call to inquire.
Wear clothes that you can move freely in with no exposed buttons, buckles or zippers. Pilates is done with non-slip grip socks; toe socks; also known as grippy socks. We have some grippy socks available for purchase at the studio if you don't already have any.
Pilates Classes and Private Sessions are 55 in duration. Note that classes are on a sign-up and appointment basis. Sign-up for one or more classes or sessions at a time. Routine is a vital component to your health and physical success. So we are prepared to sign you up as far in advanced as you are comfortable. Classes need not be consecutive but they should be regular and a priority. We have a 24 hour cancellation policy with no refunds.
We have hand towels, water/tea, and all equipment necessary for class. Grippy socks to purchase.
Select a time that works best for you and call or do it with the Mind Body Scheduler TAB
Group Reformer Classes
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Talk To Us
Call or Text Annette, she’s always available 970.708.0717
Or Call your instructor directly
Overall, the biggest difference between Pilates and yoga is the ultimate goal. Yoga provides a meditative environment for you to improve your overall quality of life. It focuses on stress relief while improving your body.
For individuals with back pain, both yoga and Pilates poses can give glorious results for stronger and more supportive back muscles. Care has to be taken with some yoga poses as they will actually make the existing problems worse. When attending yoga classes, the yoga teacher will be able to offer advice to students with back problems.
Yoga and Pilates are both wonderful for toning and strengthening all of the muscles groups in your body but when it comes to Pilates vs Yoga weight loss advantages, there is not a massive difference in how much weight you will lose. If you are trying to lose weight, you could try Pilates exercises using different Pilates machine which add the cardio and fitness element to your Pilates poses and will help you to burn additional calories.