Pilates@Sportsplex

Pilates Rate Sheet

 

 

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Pilates @ Sportsplex offers many options to train in Pilates. Pilates is a great workout in and of itself, but in the Sportsplex environment offers a fantastic balance and addition to all of the other fitness opportunities here.

Private or Duet Sessions – Experience all of the Pilates apparatus that you have seen and wondered how to use! These 60 minute workouts utilize the reformer/tower combo, Wunda Chair combo, and various small Pilates apparatus. This classical approach is integrated (use a number of different apparatus), and systematic (following an order for the ultimate mind/body connection) to ensure a fun, challenging and never boring workout.

Small Group Tower Training – A full body workout that utilizes a system of springs and bars for greater resistance and stretch, developing strong, lean, flexible muscles.  Minimum of 3, maximum of 7.

Instructors Pilates @ Sportsplex has a wide range of diverse and unique instructors, with certifications from the leading Pilates educators. We offer a variety of techniques and specialties to our clients.

Reservation required.  No shows or cancellations less than 24 hours in advance will be charged to the client.


 

Pilates FAQs

Q. What is Pilates?
A. Pilates is a system of exercises designed to strengthen and stretch the body. It works the body through focus, concentration, flexibility and the breath. Exercises are initiated through what we refer to as the “PowerHouse” which is beyond just the abdominals.

Q. What is the difference between the mat classes I have been taking and the apparatus/equipment?
A. Our apparatus sessions have a maximum of two participants,  which allows the instructor to offer individual attention. With the apparatus, the springs work as resistance to add challenge to the workout and simultaneously help to stabilize.

Q. What are the qualifications of the Instructors?
A. All of the Instructors are certified by internationally recognized Pilates educators. They further their education with continuing education workshops.

Q. How do I start?
A. The best way is with a private session.

Q. How long before I see results and how often should I do this?
A. We absolutely encourage cross training, but for best results Pilates should be practiced at least twice a week. That could be in any combination of mat and/or apparatus. A wonderful sense of well being is typically felt immediately after a session or class.

Q. Who benefits from Pilates?
A. Everyone, even though everybody’s goals are different. Pilates can enhance athletic performance by working overly tight muscles, strengthening weak muscles and balancing the body. People who have never exercised before like the method for its systematic approach and non competitive nature. For long time exercisers, it is a new challenge.


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