Tennis Basics

23 May

Being able to get your leg into a deep side lunge is one thing, and having the strength to control that deep side lunge is a different story. That’s the difference between flexibility and mobility. It doesn’t matter if you can get your leg way out there to grab that forehand shot… if you lack […]

2016 Streamlined Class Structure

20 Dec

4 price points, 4 class levels. Mix and match any classes under the same price category!   Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

Knee Pain — A Couple Practical Tips

20 Jul

Knee Pain Tips

As a physical therapist who teaches Pilates and Gyrotonic® exercise full time, I have learned quite a bit from observing how my clients’ bodies respond to my work. There are a couple “golden nuggets” that I’ve acquired over the years. These “nuggets” are morsels of information that I find so practical and invaluable, I’d like […]

MELT™ Method…What you need to know

4 Nov

Melt Method

When I first heard of MELT™ Method, it sounded like some fad workout that leaves you completely drenched, exhausted, and hobbling instead of walking.   Well, boy was I completely wrong.  Here’s a little insight from our resident MELTer, Karden Rabin.  Both he, and Sarah G at our studio can help you MELT down.  Listen carefully, […]

Live Streaming Classes at Your Fingertips

29 Oct

We are starting slowly with this process.  But the big news is that we have an online studio where you can take our Pilates Mat Classes from the comfort of your home, or hotel room, or wherever you might be.  We’d like to add Yoga, Stretching Classes, anything is possible (except Gyrokinesis –  that won’t […]

We are fam-i-ly

16 Jul

Every Wednesday, I host a meeting with the Pilates instructors so I can be available for them, or at least that was the reason for starting them.  Those Wednesday meetings have really begun to grow on me.   We review all types of stuff during these meetings, and I address everything and anything the instructors […]

Giving Back Never Felt So Good

22 Mar

So, some of you may remember taking lessons at the studio with Rebecca Williams.  She is one warm, vibrant lady.  And she still is vibrant, despite what she and her family has gone through and is going through.  Without getting into too much detail, because you can read way more here, Rebecca’s second son Joey […]

Winter Bootcamp

30 Dec

For those of you who come 1x/week, or less than that…for those of you who wish you could try some classes at a discount…for those of you who have never done a Private lesson… now’s your chance!!!  Check this out, and seriously consider it.  Pilates and Gyrotonic exercise are practices… you have to give your […]

2013 Marks 10 Years in Business! Reflections on our journey…

29 Jun

I can’t believe the studio was born ten years ago….. what started as me teaching roughly 12 hour days in a teeny, tiny little studio shared with a Botox joint (seriously), has now grown to about 3,500 square feet worth of movement bliss!  As I reflect on how many positive things ten years means, I […]

Spotlight: The Pilates Wunda Chair

25 Dec

Every time I teach a Pilates mat class, I notice people’s eyes wandering over at the part of the studio that houses the apparatus.  I know you’re curious about it, and yes, I know that the two Beginner-level classes a week that we offer on the apparatus may not mesh with your schedule (we offer […]