Both studio locations have water fountains or water coolers..bringingyour own water bottle is recommended. We do not have water for purchase.
HOW EARLY SHOULD I ARRIVE?
On your first visit you should arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled time. We will have paperwork for you to complete. After that you should arrive at least 5 minutes before your class or session.
WHAT IF I ARRIVE LATE?
If you arrive more than 10 minutes late for a group class you will not be allowed entry into the class for your safety and as not to disrupt the flow of the class. If you arrive late for a private or PT sessionyou will receive the remaining time available for the hour.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
You should wear comfortable clothes that you can move freely in. For gentlemen we recommend wearing underwear briefs under your shorts. We require everyone in the studio to wear socks for safety and sanitary reasons. Ideally, non-slip tread socks should be worn. If you forgot to bring them, we have some you can purchase in the studio.
ARE THERE DIFFERENT LEVEL CLASSES?
Yes. Our class levels are as follows: All Levels. This class is for all clients of any fitness level and ability. Modifications will be given to more advanced clients to increase the difficulty of the exercises.
Intermediate 1. These classes are for clients that have a solid fitness foundation and can perform all of the basic foundation Pilates exercises without assistance. Clients know how to adjust the springs independently and are able to modify exercises appropriately for their level. These classes are not for beginners with little to no Pilates experience.
Intermediate 2. These classes continue to increase the intensity and difficulty of the Pilates exercises. Clients should not have any restrictions to take this class. Clients should be able to adjust springtension independently andknow appropriate modifications of each exercises. These classes move at a quicker pace and require a solid Pilates foundation.
CAN I TAKE A CLASS IF I’M PREGNANT?
Pilates is a wonderful and safe form of exerciseduring pregnancy however if you are new to Pilates we recommend pre-natal clients begin with a private session prior to entrance into a group class. Group classesare appropriate for prenatal clients for up to 6 months of pregnancy. We recommend private or semi-private sessions once you have reached your last trimester.
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