Each Pilates student is gently encouraged to seek a deeper connection to their own body
I've been learning here for about 8 years and take classes twice a week. I'm still noticing progress, finding new strength, better flexibility, and a stronger mind/body connection.
Erika and the instructors have done a great job creating a friendly, supportive community. It's not clique-y or appearance-focused at all. There's no competitive feeling in the studio.
Each student is gently encouraged to seek a deeper connection to their own body and given lots of attention and cueing to help. Is Pilates (here or anywhere) a relatively pricey form of exercise? Yes. But a $10 a month gym doesn't work for me. I simply won't go. Turns out, I need dedicated, paid-for time and space that I prioritize to keep me coming back.