The Pilates Method is an investment in your overall health and wellness. Each individual has a unique body type with his or her own fitness challenges. BodyWave Pilates highly recommends all new clients start with an Initial Consultation, then privates sessions.
The Initial Consultation is a one hour private session which includes an individual evaluation and postural assessment. We recommend this session for seasoned pilates clients new to our studio as well as clients new to pilates. You will be introduced to the fundamental principles and exercises of pilates. We will discuss your personal goals to help plan the direction of your pilates experience with us. Dress appropriately for a workout.
We focus your private sessions to your body's specific abilities and needs. A wide range of Pilates equipment (reformer, cadillac, chair, spine corrector, ladder barrel) and mat will be utilized during your hour session.
classes are 55 minutes in length
Introductory Pilates Class 1 & 2
If you are new to Pilates and prefer a group setting, start with our Introductory Pilates class. Learn the fundamental principals of breathing, core connection, postural alignment, coordination and joint mobility. Introductory Pilates 1: mat and reformer. Introductory Pilates 2: chair and tower
A solid mat foundation is key to progressing in the Pilates Method. Our mat classes build upon the six principles of Pilates: control, concentration, center, precision, flow and breath. The Pilates fundamentals, which include pelvic stability, joint mobility, spinal imprinting/alignment and core engagement are equally essential to mastering the Pilates Method.
Spice up your Pilates practice with Prop Fusion! The props used in this class will make for a challenging and stimulating workout. Balls, bands, foam rollers, weights, magic circle, spine corrector and rotating discs will be used to target the muscles of the core, legs, butt and arms. There might even be some barre work to keep you on your toes!
The Reformer is a highly specialized piece of equipment that features a bed-like platform, which slides along tracks with a spring system for resistance. The challenge of exercising on this equipment comes from the spring system and maintaining balance and control on a moving surface, while focusing on the core and alignment.
A minimum of 10 private sessions are required prior to entering a reformer class.
The ten private sessions will instruct you in the fundamentals of Pilates, proper body alignment as well as the basic exercises that are performed regularly on the Reformer. Please call the studio to schedule your sessions.
A unique workout using the reformer, exo chair, tower, mat or jumpboard. Previous experience on the reformer is required.
Combo Class 1
This class is the next step after completing Introductory Pilates 1 & 2. Students will continue learning pilates using the reformer, exo chair, tower, jumpboard and mat.
An advance equipment class only for the experienced student. Focus is on continuous movement, higher repetitions and a fast pace tempo.
||We are dedicated to promoting a healthy lifestyle and positive body image to all breast cancer survivors. The Pink Ribbon Program will help stretch and strengthen the shoulder, chest, back, and abdominal muscles, allowing women to regain full range of motion to those areas affected by breast cancer surgery. This program is suitable whether your surgery was recent or several years ago and accommodates all fitness levels.
Benefits of the Pink Ribbon Program
|• Improves self confidence and control
• Helps regain strength and mobility in affected shoulder and arm
• Enhances energy levels and helps to control weight
|• Improves sleep and alleviates fatigue
• Decreases stress and tension
• Enhances physical and mental well-being
Please call the studio for more information.