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Pilates at LifeTime is here!  More info and sign up at the Front Desk.

Pilates is a method of exercise created by Joseph Pilates in the early 1900's. Utilizing the specialized equipment he designed for all ages and body types, Pilates improves flexibility, builds strength, develops control and endurance all without strain on the joints. Pilates promotes new neuromuscular patterns, heightened body awareness, and improves coordination and balance. Combined, all these things help to strengthen, prevent injury and improve overall well being.

Pilates is also proven successful as adjunct training for professional athletes, physical rehabilitation and seniors. Due to the unique equipment design of using springs for resistance and/or support, the intensity can be adjusted over time as the body conditions and adapts to the exercise.

Pricing. Pilates points are used to attend Pilates sessions.  Points are sold in packages from 1 point up to 400 points.  Each Pilates class costs a fixed amount of points depending on the amount of students (1-4).  As the number of students increases, each individual’s points per class goes down.  The more points you commit to in your package, the cheaper your sessions will be.  The more students in your class, the cheaper your session will be.

Point Packages ($)

1 pt - 6.90
10 pts - 69
50 pts - 319
100 pts - 589
200 pts - 1099
400 pts - 2099

 

Class Size

1 Student - 10 pts/student
2 Students - 8 pts/student
3 Students - 6 pts/student
4 Students - 5 pts/student

What is Pilates? Cat on the Chair involves using your abdominal muscles to lengthen, flex, and stabilize your spine while working your lower half.

What is Pilates? Climbing the Mountain on the Chair teaches balance, coordination and stability while strengthening major muscles in one leg and smaller ones in the other leg.