About Pilates

The Pilates Method

The Pilates Method was developed by Joseph Pilates (1880-1967) to provide balance and vitality to the body through mindful exercise and neuromuscular re-education. Pilates offers strength and mobility training to improve posture, coordination and biomechanics. Pilates synchronizes movement, breath and spring resistance to create a unique experience that will leave you feeling invigorated and elongated.

What We Do

                        Sessions include:
  • ongoing assessment
  • warm-up & stretches
  • exercises specific to
    your body & goals
  • the development of a home program to complement our work in the studio

Who Can Benefit

             Pilates is appropriate for:
  • general strength training with an emphasis on core strength and optimal body mechanics
  • back and neck pain
  • hip, knee, and shoulder injuries (including joint replacements)
  • spinal disc injuries
  • neuromuscular disorders
  • osteoporosis and scoliosis
  • the aging body
  • pregnancy and postpartum support
  • athletic conditioning


Your carefully tailored sessions may include Pilates mat work, the Reformer, Cadillac/Trap Table, Wunda Chair, Bosu, Core Align, free weights and a variety of props to enhance balance and functional strength training.  I strive to make each session engaging, challenging and inspiring.