To ensure your safety and to preserve class quality and flow for your fellow classmates, you must be injury-free to participate in any classes. If you have movement limitations of any kind, private customized equipment sessions are for you.
In this dynamic, mixed-level class, each student is encouraged to build a Pilates practice to fit their body. Designed for students with enough physical awareness to modify exercises if necessary. Stretch, strengthen, and tone your body; invigorate your posture and clear your mind.
Classical Pilates Mat
Practice your "core" fundamentals in this open level classical pilates mat class focused on the first 18 moves Joseph Pilates designed to create spinal mobility and core stability. Perfect for beginners and those seeking build strength and confidence. Also perfect if you want to get "back to basics."
A Sunday morning treat. This mat class will teach you how to release areas of tension and tightness through self-myofascial release techniques, including Yoga Tune Up® Therapy ball work. Once your muscle tissue is more malleable and open to change, you'll be lead through a series of Pilates-inspired stretching and strengthening exercises. Leave with a rejuvenated body and mind. 65 mins.
Classical Barre is an all levels group class geared towards those interested in strengthening the leg and hip muscles and core, while building in cardiovascular training. Barre will challenge the balance and coordination of practitioners and is meant to supplement Pilates training, or other forms of athletics. Taught with the principles and movements of classical ballet, this barre class is not what you’ll see at other barre fitness studios. Practitioners should plan to wear ballet shoes or tight-fitting socks. As an all levels class, Classical Barre is taught with modifications and hands-on assistance from the instructor.
Intermediate Classical Pilates Mat
Challenge your core strength and stability in this faster paced class. Build upon the classical fundamental exercises learned in the beginner class. New, more difficult exercises will be introduced. Expect to "feel the burn" in this dynamic class, and work toward building a well-balanced, fit body. Prior Pilates experience is required.
Looking to shake up your pilates practice? In this class we will NOT focus on adhering strictly to alignment. Instead, this class will teach you how to apply pilates principles to more integrated, functional movement. Prepare to work hard but maintain a sense of play
With its roots grounded in the Pilates mat repertoire, Pilates Sculpt class adds more challenge by increasing load and range of motion, reducing base of support and adding repetitions. Be prepared to sweat, use props, listen to some fun music and kick it up a notch
Foundations Classical Mat
This introductory-level class is geared towards those with little Pilates experience, significant movement restrictions or injuries, and/or limited core strength. Learn the fundamental movements used in Classical Pilates in a contemporary, flowing context, and gain an understanding of the six Classical principles of Pilates: breath, control, concentration, centering, precision, and flow. Foundations will help practitioners to engage and strengthen their core safely and effectively through close observation and assistance from the instructor.
PT Pilates Vitality Mat
Taught by our resident Physical Therapist & Senior Pilates instructor Marika Baxter, this nuanced class will help you become aware of your unique physical architecture. The movement sequences, grounded in Pilates principles, will help you adapt to the changing terrain of everyday life.
Single Class $18
Student Single $15
Student 10-Pack $126
Unlimited Monthly Mat Class Package $115
Packages include all barre classes, mat classes, pilates play & sculpt classes *Prices do not include sales tax unless noted otherwise
What Our Clients Are Saying
“You have a beautiful studio–gorgeous–with more Pilates equipment than I even knew existed. Everyone I met there was warm, friendly, helpful, and encouraging.”
“The comparison between my experience at Aldrich Pilates and what was called Pilates at my health club and at physical therapy is rather like the comparison between an Italian dinner at a wonderful restaurant in Florence versus pizza from a pizza delivery chain. Both are Italian but they are very different.”