New Mat, Springboard and Yoga Classes

We’re excited to welcome you to mat, springboard and yoga classes in our newly renovated space. Register today!

Curious about our new class offerings? Try your first mat, springboard, or yoga class for free!

Mat Classes:

Mat classes teach the fundamental principles of Pilates and develop core strength. The workout experience is fluid and invigorating!

Introductory Mat – Mondays at 4:30pm

For people with no prior Pilates experience. Learn the fundamentals of Pilates Mat work.

Mat Level 1-2 Combined – Tuesdays at 11:30am, Thursdays at 12:30pm

For people who have taken Introductory Mat or have prior Pilates experience.

Core Connection – Mondays at 9:30am

Core connection provides the foundation for structural, postural, and functional integrity. Once taught to properly engage with your core, you will have the ability to maximize your health and fitness goals.pFascial Release – Mondays at 1:30am, Wednesdays at 9:30am

Fascial release classes are designed to relieve the built-up tension in our bodies that constricts natural movement. With proper release of your fascial tissues, you will experience a greater range of motion, allowing you to maximize your physical potential.

Springboard Classes:

Mondays at 6:30pm, Tuesdays at 9:30am, Wednesdays 6:30 pm, Fridays 9:30am and 12:30pm, Saturdays 10:30am

Take mat work to the next level in our small group springboard classes. Springboards use springs to provide adjustable resistance in order to build long, lean muscles.

Yoga Classes:

Mindful Hatha FlowTuesdays 1:00pm-2:15pm

This class aims to bring the body, mind and breath into balance. You will be encouraged to move with awareness, in rhythm with the movement of your breath, and to “listen” to your body when moving and when still. As we bring greater balance to the physical body, we also relax the heart and mind. A regular practice will improve breathing, sleep, strength, balance and equanimity, and so much more!

Yin Yoga – Fridays 11:00am-12:15pm

Yin yoga is a form of yoga that emphasizes lengthening and strengthening the connective tissue of the body through longer holds, which develops and maintains our flexibility. Most other forms of yoga would be classified as “yang” in this context, and emphasize developing muscular strength, stability and balance. As always in yoga, the approach and attitude we engage is equally, if not more important, so you will be encouraged to listen deeply, with kindness and self-compassion.