We teach Classical Pilates
Joseph Pilates (1883-1967) named it Contrology, defined by himself to mean: “complete coordination of the body, mind, and spirit”
There is a sequence in the Classical Pilates method which was designed by Joseph Pilates to move the body through a full range of movement. This intelligent sequence builds from foundational exercises at the beginning and more complex exercises as one gains strength and control.
Classical Pilates is based on 6 fundamental principles of exercise: Breathing, Centering, Concentration, Control, Flow and Precision; it is such a true union of the body, the mind and the spirit. Plus a lot of sweat!
Attention to core support and full-body fitness, including the breath and the mind, provide a level of integrative fitness that is hard to find elsewhere. It is also a reason that Pilates is popular in rehab settings, as well as with athletes who find that Pilates is a great foundation for any kind of movement they do.