What We Offer
We offer a variety of services to our clients and each of our programs are tailored to suit your individual needs. Ranging from an hour-long private class with our certified trainers to making the elderly active, we have something to offer to everyone!
We offer an hour long one-on-one Pilates sessions with an internationally certified trainer, using specialized Pilates equipment, such as the Reformer, Trapeze/Cadillac, Wunda chair, Exo chair, Spring Board, Ladder Barrel and Core Align. Each session is designed to suit your individual needs and long-term goals, keeping your limitations in mind.
We offer an hour long group Pilates Mat classes with an internationally certified trainer. Exercises are mostly performed on the mat and employ different pieces of Pilates props such as resistance bands, stability balls, magic circle etc. The main aim is to work your body against gravity, using your own body weight to create resistance.
Rhythm is mainly an intense cardio-dance class which contains elements of Zumba and Aerobics. The classes are typically an hour long and feature both, fast and slow rhythmic music that keeps the heart rate pumping while building stamina. The choreography is easy to follow, thus creating a fitness party atmosphere.
Muscular imbalance within our own bodies can be a cause of many injuries. Pilates techniques are often used to rehabilitate many orthopedic and neurological disorders: arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis, and, back, knee and shoulder pain. Pilates helps to identify the safest movement sequence which facilitates recovery.
Athletes are often victims of knee injuries, heel pain and ankle sprains, to name a few. Specific and general Pilates exercises can help to prevent and overcome these sports injuries. Regular commitment to Pilates will enable you to avoid injuries by improving your balance and coordination and, strengthening your muscles.
Pilates is an ideal form of exercise for women during and after their pregnancy. Pre-natal Pilates helps to reduce the discomforts of pregnancy such as cramping and, realigns the body for successful natural birthing. Post-natal Pilates helps to tone up the sagging muscles and skin. Pilates breathing and relaxation techniques allow mothers to re-energize.
It is essential to keep the elderly active and Pilates is a gentle and safe alternative to other weight-bearing exercises which may be injurious. The benefits of Pilates are numerous as it emphasizes on the quality of movement, not the quantity. Exercises can be performed in a sitting or reclining position which is ideal for the elderly.
Yoga is an ancient spiritual science that brings together physical and mental disciplines to achieve a peaceful body and mind. It helps to manage stress and anxiety while increasing flexibility, muscle strength, body tone and, improving respiration, energy and vitality. Yoga places great emphasis on meditation to create inner harmony.
Yin Yoga is a more slow paced meditative approach with a deeper physical focus than the usual Yoga practices. The session consists of a series of long held, passive floor poses which focus on the joints rather than the muscle. As one ages, flexibility in the joints decreases but Yin Yoga helps to replenish that flexibility and agility.