Classes – Online!
- Pilates, Pilates for MS, Pilates for Seniors
- Tai Chi
- Buff Bones®
- Foundation Training
- Mindfulness Meditation
- Miracle Ball Method
- Total Gentle Stretch
- Posture Training
- Flexibility & Strength Training
These are all approaches to wellness that assist in keeping your body healthy, strong, and flexible while simultaneously providing mental clarity and emotional well-being. Available to any level of experience, we combine ancient tradition with innovation. Encouraging and forward-looking, we offer a wide variety of classes; you’re sure to find one to suit your needs. If you come to class, breathe, and try your best, you may notice immediate benefits.
Pilates Based Classes
Buff Bones® Pilates & More
Bone strengthening, osteoporosis-safe, fun exercise class for all levels using Pilates, functional movement, balance, strength training to improve posture and tone your whole body.
Cardio Core Connection
A higher intensity workout using the Pilates body and mind, with short cardio blasts, fun and diverse strength movements in this ever-changing class. Prepare to sweat!
Improve posture, strengthen back & core, decompress spine, relieve back pain, live better with this revolutionary exercise program.*Must first attend workshop or private session.
Pilates Equipment Fusion
Sweat! Pilates principles fused with strength training, plyometrics, cardio, yoga and use of Pilates Equipment and other toys. Must have Pilates mat and equipment experience. Try our Group class prep package $195/ 3 privates + 1 class.
Pilates Mat Multi-level
Using the principles developed by Joseph Pilates, emphasis is placed on developing deep core strength, to improve posture & breath, create long, lean muscles, and enhance overall strength and flexibility and a sense of well-being.
Pilates for Multiple Sclerosis
Pilates mat class with a focus on the needs of those with Multiple Sclerosis. Includes breath work, flexibility, core strength, balance, stress relief and more. Work is done standing, seated on chair and/ or mat.
Pilates for Golf
A golf conditioning program that will help you hit the ball consistently farther and straighter, with reduced risk of injury and back pain. Develop the flexibility, core strength, posture, alignment and breath to take your game to the next level. Currently offered in Private sessions only.
All levels. Learn to calm the mind and relax the body by being present and letting go of the burdens of the past and worries of the future. Reduce your stress and live happy. Sit in a chair or bring your cushion.
De-Stress In A Breath
All levels. This is a gentle, rejuvenating & deeply relaxing class that uses stillness, breath and stretches. Starting on the mat with low lights and quiet music; ending with a short rest, you will be refreshed and restored. Appropriate for all levels and for the inflexible body. Cancelled for summer. Check back in fall.
Miracle Ball Method
All levels. A non-exercise approach to stress and pain relief. Work on specific areas of your body using 2 soft balls and focused breath to reduce excess tension in the muscles, allowing your body’s own alignment system to rebalance and heal. Offered in monthly workshops only.
Gentle Stretch & Release
All levels. This is a gentle, rejuvenating & deeply relaxing class that uses stillness, breath and stretches. Starting on the mat with low lights and quiet music; ending with a short rest, you will be refreshed and restored. Appropriate for all levels and for the inflexible body.
Tai Chi Based Classes
Tai Chi for Fall Prevention for Arthritis
The National Center for Injury Prevention and Control of CDC now recommends the Tai Chi for Arthritis for Fall Prevention class because it is evidence-based to be effective at preventing falls. Tai Chi is an ancient practice proven to reduce pain and improve your mental and physical well-being. This program developed by Dr. Paul Lam and approved by the Arthritis Foundation, uses gentle Sun-Style Tai Chi routines that are safe, easy to learn and suitable for every fitness level. Tai Chi will help you reduce stress, increase balance and flexibility, feel relaxed, improve your overall mind, body and spirit.
Tai Chi for Better Balance
This program uses eight forms, derived from the traditional 24-form Yang-style Tai Chi, and progresses from easy to difficult. Research has shown that people who practice Tai Chi are half as likely to fall and are less fearful about falling. Tai Chi helps older adults improve their balance and reduce the likelihood of falling . Each session includes warm-up exercises, practice of the form, gentle Qi Gong exercises and brief cool-down.