I hope you have been enjoying the beautiful fall weather. As the weather changes, it is the time to start planning the indoor activities. Time at the studio is well spent because as you well know, the time is used to stretch and strengthen your body so you will move efficiently and reduce injury in all of your outdoor activities. I know what is like to suddenly become injured and immobile for many weeks. It is no fun. It is very important to exercise sustainably to prevent injuries. If you want to beat on your body biking, running, bootcamps, etc. remember to stretch and move with control and balance. Use your mind!!
My morning private session availability is quickly filling up. If you have any interest in private lessons, now is the time to schedule. As Joseph Pilates said, One session on the apparatus is worth a week of mat classes.
The apparatus is the best way to feel the Pilates work in your body which you take home with you and use always! I hope to see you in the studio.
BARRE CLASS IS ON THE SCHEDULE: I will now be offering Barre classes on Thursday and Saturday mornings at 8:30am. Barre is the perfect marriage of my 3 favorite things; Pilates, good music, and dance all done at a ballet barre. Don’t worry, you do not need to be a dancer to enjoy this workout, and it IS a workout (low impact and sustainable). I am very excited to offer this class so you can have a fun way to start out your day.
Other new classes are the Pilates Baby Arc class. Many of you love the work on the baby arc, so I have decided to form an entire class with it. The Pilates Baby Arc is a small half sphere form that sits on the floor and fits to your body. Many exercises are done while lying down. It protects your lower back while offering challenge to your core and opens up tight shoulders and hips. Please come and enjoy!
I have moved the lunch time class from Thursdays at noon to Wednesdays at 12:30. It is a 30 minute class that gives you a challenging workout even if you are unable to spend a full hour at the studio.
I must stress, reservations are suggested, since the maximum to a class is 5 participants.