To see and feel results the fastest, we recommend doing Pilates 3-5 times a week. However, please note that there is no set limit. We strongly encourage every client to honor and listen to their body.
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If you are new to Pilates, we highly recommend starting with our Foundations class. However, all of our classes are multilevel, so you can sign up for any class regardless of your experience level. Our expert instructors have designed the classes to provide various options for tension, advancements, and modifications. This allows for self-directed freedom and personal autonomy.
We do not accept walk-ins. Unfortunately, we do not have a front desk person available. Therefore, we request that you contact us via phone, text, or email. We offer online sign-up options to make the process more convenient, or you can download our exclusive In Balance Pilates app.
No, we do not require you to do privates first. We specialize in group reformer classes. If you are brand new, you may sign up for any of our group classes! All of our instructors are welcoming and helpful!
However, if you are interested in receiving more individualized attention and working one-on-one with one of our trainers, we also offer private sessions. These sessions can provide personalized guidance catered to your specific needs and goals.
No, that is not necessary! Pilates is another exercise modality done on a reformer apparatus. If you are currently active, you can join any class. If you haven't worked out in a while, we recommend starting slow and easing your way back into exercising, just like going to the gym.
Comfortable, well-fitted exercise attire is ideal. Choose clothes that allow for freedom of movement while ensuring that they are not too loose. Loose clothing can be a hindrance as it may ride up or open during exercises. While shoes are not necessary, you may also choose to wear socks if desired.
Firstly, congratulations on this very exciting time!
Short answer is, yes. All of our classes can cater to your prenatal needs.
Long answer from the American College of Sports Medicine and to provide you with the most up to date, current, best practices.
Healthy women are encouraged to exercise throughout pregnancy!
The health benefits during pregnancy are well recognized and the risks of sedentary behavior are of increasing concern.
Benefits of exercise during pregnancy-
Consult your doctor about contraindications. The following information should not be substituted for medical advice from your doctor. Please consult your physician for information on what will be appropriate for you during your pregnancy.
That's all you really need to know about exercising during pregnancy! Get moving and enjoy this time!
Of course! The Pilates method was designed by a man named Joseph Pilates. People of all backgrounds, from professional athletes to regular individuals, have noticed significant benefits from using the Pilates method. It's a great form of exercise to cross-train and incorporate into your regular fitness routine.
We strongly believe in the value of all Pilates philosophies. At our studio, we are proud to have instructors who possess both classical and contemporary training, along with ongoing education in various forms of functional movement and personal training. Our team is highly adaptable and dedicated to meeting the needs of even the most discerning clients.
Newbies! Start with our intro offer 5 classes for $50.
Download our In Balance Pilates app and we have our online store available to you with all of our prices.
You will purchase and sign up online or through our app!
Between our Central and OV locations we have studio reformers, allegro 2 reformers, exo chairs, spring boards, TRX, bosu balls, mats, hand weights, arcs, jump boards, therabands, magic circles, stability balls, foam rollers and more!
As compared to other forms of fitness training, where instructors can often become certified through a weekend course without a practical exam, Pilates certification courses require a significant amount of effort, time, and financial investment. Consequently, Pilates classes tend to be more expensive than most group fitness classes.
Several factors influence the pricing of Pilates classes, with two major ones being the payment of the Pilates instructor and the costs associated with maintaining and upgrading the equipment used in the classes.