Notice: Collective classes are availible from September
In summertime we offer only personal practices
are great for those interested in working out as a group. Classes are offered by level - from foundation through advanced. (Maximum of 8 persons a class):
Classical Pilates Mat
Beginners Class on Tuesday 17.30
Advanced Class on Tuesday 18.30
Joseph Pilates' original controlology vocabulary and syllabus, based on the six Pilates principles.
In classes we use original Pilates magic circles, sticks, elastics, weights, rollers and balls - great for body strength and muscle definition.
MOTR®Training - read more about MOTR®Training here.
Thurday at 17.30 and 18.30
Group max 6 persons
To make a reservation, e-mail to us.
Private sessions are tailored to the specific needs and desires of the client, incorporating mat, large apparatus and small apparatus. Where there are individual requirements, physical limitations or injuries, supervised individual classes are suggested.
An original piece of apparatus which utilizes the resistance of springs and the natural oppositional forces of the body on a moving surface. A one-hour collective class is composed of two people, working at the same level.
PILATES TOWER (CADILLAC)
The tower is an original piece of apparatus that can be attached to the reformer or be freestanding. It utilizes springs, the roll-down bar and the push-through bar on a stable surface. A one-hour collective class is composed of two people, working at the same level.
PILATES JUMPING BOARD
The Jumping Board is part of the Reformer apparatus; it is used to correct alignment of the feet and legs and strengthen the buttocks. It is a great tool for boosting the cardio-vascular system, burning calories, increasing endurance and developing core strength. The exercises consist of running, jumping and dancing on the Reformer. This piece of equipment is very dynamic and usually brings a smile to participants faces.
CoreAlign training aims to stimulate the central nervous system to govern challenging natutal whole-body movements while creating a balanced blend of flexibility, stability, strength, speed and control. By focusing on performing the functions close to the maximal ability in which they can be performed correctly, the body is continuously stimulated to reach a higher level of efficiency, effectiveness and safety.