Our Pilates Classes

Our Classes

While the basic principles of Pilates is a common thread through all styles, not all Pilates follows the same order and dynamic. ​We teach Romana’s Pilates, which has a specific sequence of movements and flowing style of movement. If you are new to us, or to Romana’s Pilates, you will get the best results if you start in Private lessons, or attend our Fundamentals classes, to familiarize yourself with the order and technique of this style. No matter your background, we want to make your experience both challenging and fun!

Pilates Apparatus Classes

Precise technique is what makes Pilates training effective and prevents injury. If you are new to practice, out of practice, or if you have chronic injuries and flexibility limitations, please come to our Fundamentals classes to get started with us. You can also schedule Personal Training in Private lessons to accelerate your results.

Apparatus Fundamentals

Learn how to apply the 7 Principles of Pilates for legendary results: Concentration, Centering Control, Precision, Rhythm, Breath, Flow. This class is great basic training for beginners who are just learning the material, and for experienced clients who are learning the classical choreography and who want to work deeper. In this class, you will learn how to form the mind/body connections using Pilates to advance you toward your goals, how to use the Reformer and other apparatus, and learn the sequence of your workout so you can progress to new challenges. Total body conditioning can also complement the work you do with a physical therapist. If you are seeing a doctor be sure to talk to them about starting anything new.

All-Levels Apparatus

This class is for experienced clients who are ready to work more independently and at a faster pace. There will be variation in routines and pacing, and basic exercises will not be explained. Both Reformer and Mat may be taught, as well as work on the other apparatus; the Tower, Barrels, Chairs.

"Equipment is what you use to do work. Machines work you. You work Apparatus."
- Romana Kryzanowska