Body, Mind, Spirit….The TriPilates Difference!
When we practice Pilates, our minds connect to our bodies through concentration, control, centering, precision, flowing movement, and breath. While Pilates is a mind/body practice, we believe that it enhances spiritual well-being.
TriPilates Class Schedule
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- Core Strength
- Correct Posture
- Sense of Well-being
- Enhance Sports Performance
- Injury Prevention
It is precisely this ‘vigor’ that inspired TriPilates.
We hope you will try Pilates with your regular exercise routine. The benefits will bring renewed energy to all of your endeavors. There are two basic ways to learn and practice Pilates:
- Private or group equipment classes and,
- Group mat classes, which are group classes that take place on a mat using no equipment.
Most clients practice a combination of equipment lessons and mat classes. In a private lesson, your instructor tailors your workout for your particular needs and goals and the individual attention you receive helps you advance as quickly as possible.
It might be that a painful condition or injury will be greatly helped by Pilates, however, we suggest you work in private lessons until you’ve recovered. Group equipment classes and mat classes are not appropriate for injured clients.
Kathy Grant Heritage Training is a journey into the work of Pilates elder, Kathleen Stanford Grant, an original student of Joseph Pilates and who died in 2008. This skill-based work, shared by Cara Reeser in Denver, Co. uncovers the essence of Pilates movements and exercises that transforms our bodies, minds and spirits. This 6-month post-graduate training fosters a new understanding of what Pilates and the art of teaching movement means. This training has profound influence and positive effect in the studio.
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