Pilates Mat Based
In Pilates, your muscles are never worked to exhaustion, so there is no sweating or straining, just intense concentration. The workout consists of a variety of exercise sequences that are performed in low repetitions, usually five to ten times, over a session of 45 to 90. Each exercise is performed with attention to proper breathing techniques and abdominal muscle control. To gain the maximum benefit, you should do Pilates at least two or three times per week. You may notice postural improvements after 10 to 20 sessions.
Specialized equipment for resistance and assistance are used in Pilates Mat based class such as foam rollers, magic circles, resistant bands, stability balls and etc. The Pilates method is taught to suit each person and exercises are regularly re-evaluated to ensure they are appropriate for that person. Due to the individual attention, this method can suit everybody from elite athletes to people with limited mobility, pregnant women and people with low fitness levels.
Barre workout adapted ballet movements (plies, releves, battements etc) and uses basic Pilates principles. Total body Barre-fitness workout that lifts the buttocks, tone the thighs, flatten the abs and sculpt the arms, while protecting the joints. Set to high-intensity music, Cardio Barre burns fat. Incorporates small props (Bands, balls etc).
Barre is an effective low-impact total body workout that lifts the buttocks, tones the thighs, flattens the abs and sculpts the arms. Set to music for a cardiovascular element. Combines 30 mins Barre work, & 20 mins upper body and Floor work to strengthen abdominals plus 5 mins of balance work in the center. Level: Moderate to Hard
Zumba is a Latin music inspired dance class where you’ll experience various types of dances such as Salsa, Merenge, Bachata, Samba, Bhangra, Belly dance, Pop, Hip-hop and etc. You don’t have to be a dancer and it’s totally ok if you trying Zumba first time. Just move with the rhythm of music and have fun!
Burn & Sculpt
Burn & Sculpt class is definitely for you if your goal is to lose weight and build stronger muscles. It’s build up of 2-3 interval circuits including cardiovascular and weight lifting using different props like dumbbells, body bars, bands, fitness balls, step platforms and etc. This class is for all ages and fitness levels, instructor will provide you with modifications if you have any restrictions or need time to get back into track.
Walking into a Pilates studio can look a bit like walking into a high tech medieval torture chamber But the truth is all these equipment was created to rehabilitate your body, help you to develop mobility and strength while using your deep core stabilizers. One of apparatuses is Reformer that was created in the early 1900s by Joseph Pilates to help bedridden patients to exercise despite their illnesses and health restrictions. The machine consists of a sliding carriage rigged with springs, bars and straps. On this apparatus, you lie, kneel, stand and sit to create a balanced body and strong core — or "powerhouse," as creator Joseph Pilates called it. Regular reformer workouts offer a unique benefits to everyone. Nowadays it’s widely used for rehabilitating clients as well as for professional athletes and dancers.