Pilates training is for the individual looking to achieve balanced, total
body conditioning. With an emphasis on the muscles of the
body's center, or "powerhouse," The Pilates Method strengthens
and stretches the whole body while teaching muscle control.
A regular semester of 60-minute classes is 10 weeks long and progressive, starting more slowly to learn basics. Class size is limited to provide individual attention.
are held six mornings a week at 9:30 am, Monday through Saturday in the classroom in the main office building. Most classes accommodate a mixed level of student ability. There is a class in the Basics for beginners, those with restrictions and students who need to review. The Friday Advanced class is for experienced or athletic students who know the commands and want a workout with little instruction. Save questions for after class or a private session.
Winter Semester begins Tuesday January 3rd and continues through to mid March. There are no scheduled classes during the February school vacation week. New students are encouraged to come in at any time during the semester.
Beginners are welcomed with a requirement of 2 private lessons at
a 20% discount.
Semester Card is for an unlimited number of classes during the 10
week semester for $175. That gives you 60 classes to choose from.
Students may come as a "drop-in" to any class on a space-available
basis for $23.
on Events and Offers in the sidebar above left for more information about Pilates Private lessons and small group classes.
Instructors: Lisa Carusone (Power and Classical Pilates), Melissa Hoch (Classical and Polestar Pilates) and Erin Joyce (Stott Method).
in the Globe
November 13, 2004.