More Summertime Group Trainings
It’s vacation season. Kids are off from school. For most of us, these summer months are full of adventure, but our schedules are harder to predict.
So this summer we’re offering more small group trainings. We’ve got more drop in sessions – available at all skill levels – throughout the week. We’re making it easier for you to stop by and cross-train for all your summer activities – boating, gardening, hiking and beyond.
More Cardio Offerings
When the temperatures soar, you may not feel like slathering on the SPF and jogging outside. Check out the cardio offerings in our lovely AC. There is Barre, MOTR and Rotating Circuit to get the heart rate up. For a list of all our group trainings, see the full schedule.
Strong Bones and Backs
We changed the name – from Flexion Free Pilates – but class is the same. You can expect a full body workout that is appropriate for those of us with disc injuries and bone density issues. This class is offered twice a week, at different skill levels. Click here to reserve your space.
For more info on who would benefit from this class, see our blog on Flexion Free Pilates.
If you want to see some of the mat exercises featured in this class, watch our YouTube demo. You can practice these movements at home without much equipment.
Introducing Rotating Circuit
You’ve asked for more cardio options, you’ve got it. We’ve added a morning Rotating Circuit to the schedule. In this small group training, you’ll rotate though timed intervals that challenge strength, balance and endurance. You can expect to use small props (balls and bands), Pilates apparatus (Reformer, Cadillac) and fitness equipment (Bodhi and MOTR). Tennis shoes are recommended.
We are pleased to partner with Team Survivor NW to private a weekly Pilates class to survivors of cancer and those undergoing treatment. Team Survivor NW is an organization that supports women in their cancer recovery through empowering programs of physical activity and health education. For more information about their programs and how to donate, click here.