Stretch Your Limits. Build Your Strength. Find Your Peace.


Pilates will change your life!

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“The acquirement and enjoyment of physical well-being mental calm, and spiritual peace are priceless to their possessors….and it is only through Contrology that this unique trinity of a balanced body, mind, and spirit can ever be attained.” – Joseph Pilates, Return to Life Through Contrology   Rolling Like a Ball is a fun Pilates pose which strengthens the abdominals andRead the Rest…


Love your new Pilates body!

Single Leg Stretch

Pilates is complete coordination of body, mind, and spirit. Through Pilates you first purposefully acquire complete control of your own body and then through proper repetition of its exercises you gradually and progressively acquire that natural rhythm and coordination associated with all your subconscious activities. Single Leg Stretch: Single Leg Stretch mobilizes the leg in the hip socket. It challengesRead the Rest…


Become more flexible!

Stretch

Pilates (Contrology) develops the body uniformly, corrects wrong postures, restores physical vitality, invigorates the mind, and elevates the spirit. -Pilates   Teaser is a classic Pilates exercise. It activates the core abdominal muscles as the trunk moves into flexion, while challenging scapulae stabilization. It also improves balance, coordination, strength, stamina, control, breath and fluidity.  


Have a strong core!

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A body free from nervous tension and fatigue is the ideal shelter provided by nature for housing a well balanced mind, fully capable of successfully meeting all the complex problems of modern living. – Pilates The Hundred is a classic Pilates exercise and is primarily used as a warm-up to prepare the body for other exercises. It requires that youRead the Rest…


Be in control!

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Pilates is about Control. Every Pilates exercise is done with complete muscular control which starts with the mind over the muscles. It is not how fast or how many repetitions but about the quality and control of each exercise.  


With body, mind, and spirit functioning perfectly as a coordinated whole, what else could reasonably be expected other than an active, alert, disciplined person? – Joseph Pilates