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Mind Your Body Pilates offers customized classes for one to two people, based on the following modalities. Most classes usually draw on a combination of modalities to best meet clients' needs.

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Reformer Pilates

Reformer machines use springs and pulleys to provide variable resistance to assist and challenge the body. The variable resistance with Reformer Pilates is what makes it so unique and is why it’s suitable for every level of ability.

Reformer Pilates has countless benefits including:

  • Long, lean overall body muscle tone

  • Improved flexibility and postural correction

  • Core strength, balance, and body awareness

  • Accelerated results

Mat Pilates

Mat classes are conducted on the mat, utilizing your own body weight and small apparatus for resistance. The beauty of Mat classes is the enormous freedom of being able to enjoy continuous fluid movement with uninterrupted flow but always at your level of ability.

Mat Pilates classes have countless benefits including:

  • Long, lean overall body muscle tone

  • Improved flexibility and postural correction

  • Gain strength from your core including pelvic floor focus

  • Stand taller, sit straighter and move with better balance, coordination and body awareness

Tower Pilates

The tower is a vertical, space-saving, version of the largest Pilates apparatus "the Cadillac".  It uses a variety of attachments including a roll-down bar, arm springs, leg springs, and a pull-through (or push-through) bar to provide a full body workout.  

The tower offers another dimension to the Pilates workout. Exercises on it are typically performed more slowly and with more control making it a great option for beginners.  Additionally, movements often focus on one body part at a time, making it easier to work one set of muscles in a rehabilitation situation.  In short, the tower is great for beginners, physical therapy or advanced practitioners as it offers exercises that range from beginner level to advanced.

Chair Pilates

Designed to stretch and strengthen muscle groups not easily reached by more traditional techniques and equipment, Pilates chairs consist of a seat and a foot bar where springs are attached. Users can sit, lie or stand on the chair or the floor and push the foot bar with their hands or feet.

The chair is considered to be the most challenging piece of Pilates equipment in terms of building strength in the legs and shoulders. Exercises on the chair are great for skiers, runners, tennis players, golfers and for clients looking to increase power in the upper body for throwing, lifting and racquet sports.

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