These small classes are performed on the Pilates Reformer, or other Pilates apparatus, and consists of 8 students or less. They are designed to give you a full body workout using the resistance of the reformers and small props.
This Reformer class will work on the basic framework for which all other levels build on. It will develop strength, stability and flexibility to allow you to advance to the next level. It will include exercises to challenge a variety of levels. All Levels welcome for this class.
This class is designed for clients who have had been attending Pilates for a minimum of 2 months and have a solid understanding of the proper use of the reformer, spring tension and basic exercises. Clients must be able to change springs independently, have good standing balance and be able to perform the basic exercises without assistance. These classes are taught at a slightly faster pace and are intended for those that are familiar with the repertoire. This class is not suited for clients whom require many modifications or are new to our Pilates reformer classes.
This class continues to progress the Reformer series to include more challenging exercises. You should have completed 4-6 months of Pilates prior to advancing to this class and should feel comfortable with all the basic exercises prior to entering this class. You should not require assistance to perform any basic exercise including hundreds, roll ups, short spine, plank or standing work as well as be free of acute injury. You should be able to adjust your spring tension independently for your personal needs. The class is taught as an increased pace. Instructor permission is required to enter this class.
This class is the most advanced class in our reformer series. It continues to progress the Reformer series by increasing difficulty through varied resistance, speed and coordination. Clients should have at least 1 year of Pilates experience and be able to perform the following exercises without assistance and be free of any injuries…Short Spine, Roll Up, Hundreds, Bridging, Plank, Standing Series and Roll Overs. Clients should understand all necessary modifications. Instructor permission required to enter this class. Not suitable for pre-natal clients.
For New Clients. Try our 30 minute complimentary session to get you acquainted with the Pilates reformer and the Pilates method. You will learn the basic set up and foundational exercises you can expect to see in our small group classes. Call or email us today to schedule this free session.
Levels 1, 1.5, Intermediate I, Intermediate II
These classes are all performed on the Balanced Body Reformer. The spring loaded machines offer both assistance and/or resistance when performing your exercises. These small group classes of 8 people or less are perfect for those looking for a full-body workout encompassing both strength and flexibility.
Intermediate I, Intermediate II
Pilates Fusion is a Pilates based Reformer workout focusing on core strength, flexibility and total body conditioning fused with a perfect mix of cardio and body sculpting exercises designed to make you strengthen, lengthen and tone.
Intermediate I, Intermediate II
Circuit classes use a variety of Pilates equipment including the tower, mat and Exo-Chair. This fast-paced class is an intense full-body workout that will challenge and inspire the most experienced Pilates practitioner.
This class utilizes the Pilates Tower System to help build long, lean musculature as it helps increase range of motion and unilateral movement by utilizing various attachments – springs, push through bar, and pull down bar. This class is low impact and suitable for all levels. It challenges the body differently than reformer classes offering a different way to strengthen your body. Exercises can be performed lying down, sitting, standing or kneeling.
Level 1.5, Intermediate I, Intermediate II
Jump classes utilize the Reformer Jump board in an interval based class. Jump classes have a “cardio” aspect because the participant is jumping, however, since it’s done in a horizontal position the heart rate typically stays in the fat-burning zone. This type of jumping doesn’t create the same pressure on the spine, pelvis or knees like vertical jumping and is packed full of fun.
Our Community Classes are a way for us to give back to the local community and expose the community to Pilates at a fraction of the price. These Group Reformer classes include the fundamentals of Pilates for a minimum donation price of $10 ($12 online). All levels are welcome. This is a way for clients to experience Pilates and contribute to a great cause. At the end of each quarter all proceeds from these classes will be donated to a local charity or organization.
Barre-Set-Go (All Levels); A combination of ballet, modern, Pilates, cardio and coordination exercises that promise to produce the sleekly sculpted body of a dancer and the endurance of a football player.
Barre-Set-Go is an energetic and fun full body workout. This class is a unique combination of dance movements and Pilates exercises used to achieve flexibility, strength, and muscular endurance in an effective and lasting way.Unlike other Barre classes Barre-Set-Go was created by our very own professional dancer and certified Pilates instructor and will be sure to provide a stimulating and intense workout.
Barre-Set-Go is the perfect combination of dance, Pilates and coordination with a little cardio thrown into the mix. With it’s Afro-Caribbean music and square timing, Barre-Set-Go will have you signing up again and again. So get the long lean body of a dancer and the strength and endurance of a football player while having a lot of fun along the way.
Our mission at Pilates in the Grove is to create a supportive community for our customers that inspires them on a pain-free journey to improved health and wellness.