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We want you to feel completely comfortable and safe taking Pilates Classes.
If you would like a more personalized experience we highly recommend a private session with one of our skillful instructors
Semi-private lessons are for friends who would enjoy a private Pilates session together.
These lessons are ideal for individuals that are of similar levels of experience.
Please get in touch so we can help you schedule this type of class.
A maximum of four people, together, on the reformer, trap table, chair, and barrels. Apparatus experience is very much recommended, but not required. Please reach out if you have questions.
What to Bring to a Pilates Class
Consider bringing a water bottle. You most likely won’t be drinking as much water as you would during an aerobic workout, but you'll still want to have water available and ensure you're well-hydrated before your session.
What to Wear
Here are some tips to help you dress for Pilates success:
Avoid tie-backs and belts. Tie-back tops can be uncomfortable when you're lying on your back. Ties, belts, drawstrings, and tassels can get caught in the springs of Pilates equipment.
Eschew embellishments. Choose workout wear that's free of metal or plastic adornments. Zippers, buckles, clasps, buttons, or trimmings can severely damage the upholstered Pilates equipment. Repairs are costly and can cause downtime for the studio.
Opt for unscented products. We request that clients refrain from wearing strong scents. Many people are sensitive to perfumes and strongly scented deodorants, lotions, and sprays.
Remove accessories or jewelry. Long necklaces, belts, and dangling bracelets can be distracting as well as dangerous if they get caught up in the equipment.
Skip shoes. Pilates is usually done barefoot—no fancy footwear is necessary. If you prefer to wear socks, buy a pair with grippy bottoms to ensure your feet don't slip.
Tame your mane. If your hair is long, ensure it's tied back out of your face.
Think form-fitting, not baggy. Choose workout clothing that's stretchy but not baggy. Your instructor needs to see the alignment of your bones and how your muscles are engaging.