The Free Pilates Intro Session is a great way to introduce yourself to Pilates! This complementary 60-minute one-on-one session with one of our certified Pilates teachers will help you understand how Pilates can benefit you and help you achieve your fitness goals.
Learn how to use the Pilates Reformer as your teacher walks you through some of the most popular Pilates exercises using various pieces of equipment. Your teacher will work with you individually to teach you the best form and to ensure your muscles are properly engaged so you can get the most out of your workout!
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The Pilates Intro Class is designed to teach the basics of Pilates in a 2-hour fun, judgment-free environment! Open to new clients of Pilates Tempe, this class guides you through the fundamental aspects of Pilates, including how to build the mind/body connection to create muscle awareness and avoid injury, and allow you to get the most effective workout for your body. This class is unique to our other Reformer classes and offers exposure to the basic exercises and Pilates equipment that you may find in a regular schedule Pilates class.
The Pilates Intro Class occurs every Saturday from 12:30-2:30PM and is available only to new clients. There are only 4 spots in each class - reserve your spot online today!
Want to start your Pilates practice with a little more personalized attention? Take advantage of our special introduction packages for private sessions. These one-on-one Pilates sessions can be booked online with any of our certified Pilates teachers. Each appointment is then tailored to you, allowing you to focus on your own goals and help you achieve faster results.
Intro Special 30 Minute | 4 Pack - $120
Intro Special 60 Minute | 4 Pack - $220
Each includes four private session appointments, in either 30-minute or 60-minute lengths. Packages have a 1 month expiration and are available only to new clients.
Pilates is a unique system of stabilizing, strengthening and stretching exercises developed almost 100 years ago by Joseph Pilates. He created the first "Reformer" by attaching springs to hospital beds to help support, strengthen, and rehabilitate his patients during WWI. He brought Pilates to the U.S. in 1926 and began his lifelong work training dancers and athletes in New York City. Today, Pilates focuses on the lengthening of the spine and the strengthening of the core in people of all ages and abilities. We believe Pilates is for everyone and every body.
Whether you struggle with exercise, are recovering from injury, are an athlete, or want to add flexibility to a current workout routine, Pilates is for you! Pilates is an intelligent approach to fitness; it addresses your muscle firing patterns, joint range of motion, core support, and overall muscle strength. Learn how to change the way your back responds to day-to-day activities. Educate your neuromuscular system to respond with the appropriate, protective core muscle action. Improve your posture and move freely.
Learn how Pilates can help you to change your body composition with gentle yet powerful exercises. Effective weight loss is best done over time, and Pilates can be an important part of your journey by helping to strengthen muscles and challenge the body. Over time, you can change your body by converting fat to lean muscle mass for a toned appearance.
Muscle and fascia flexibility is an important part of muscle growth and overall health. Stretching of the muscles occurs throughout Pilates movements, and our exercises are designed to strengthen while lengthening your range of motion. Whole body flexibility helps to improve movement
For the casual or professional athlete, Pilates can be used to decrease chance of injury and improve performance and endurance. Programs are tailored to your particular issues and objectives. The results include an increase in active range of motion strength, improvements in muscle symmetry (i.e., balancing dominant muscles patterns), increased awareness of movement habits (proprioception), movement efficiency and power, extreme core strength and overall muscle endurance.
Feeling strong and healthy are key factors to aging. There are many fitness gimmicks and programs that do not address the issues of aging. We focus on functional issues, like spine degeneration, pelvic floor thinning, pulmonary function (deep diaphragmatic breathing), flexibility, and we also help you strengthen your everyday movements.
During pregnancy and postpartum, training the muscles of the pelvic floor and conditioning the deep layers of abdominal and back muscles will improve all aspects of recovery, including increasing core strength and decreasing lower back pain. Pilates helps to strengthen the spine for support during pregnancy, ease labor, and speed postpartum recovery and weight loss. (Note that you should always speak to your doctor before starting an exercise routine if you are pregnant)