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  • Can I try a class if I have an injury?
    Please note classes may not be suitable for you if you are carrying significant injuries or require Pilates for rehabilitation. We highly recommend making an appointment for a Private Session before joining group classes in order to learn how to modify exercises appropriately for your condition.
  • I'm new. Where do I begin?
    As a new Pilates student, it's great that you're embarking on this journey! Come at least 15 minutes early to fill out any needed forms and meet your teacher. Your teacher will ask about any injuries, health concerns, or specific goals you have. Remember, everyone starts as a beginner, so don't be discouraged if some movements feel challenging at first. Your instructor is there to support and guide you throughout your Pilates journey. Enjoy the process, listen to your body, and have fun discovering the transformative potential of Pilates!
  • I have more questions!
    We'd love to connect with you. Reach us by email, phone, chat or text.
  • Do I need previous experience?
    No prior experience is typically required to take lessons. Pilates is a form of exercise that can be adapted to accommodate individuals of varying fitness levels and abilities. Whether you are a beginner or have previous experience with Pilates, Pilates Methodology will have classes and sessions suitable for your needs.
  • I've only practiced on the reformer but what are your other machines in the studio?
    The Pilates reformer is perhaps the most well-known and versatile piece of equipment. Classical Pilates equipment refers to the specialized apparatus and machines that Joseph Pilates developed to enhance and support the Pilates exercises. These equipment pieces are designed to provide resistance, assistance, and a wide range of motion to engage and challenge different muscle groups. Some of the classical Pilates equipment includes: Reformer, Cadillac, Wunda chair, Barrels, & High Chair. These are some of the key classical Pilates equipment pieces, but there are additional apparatus and props, such as the Magic Circle, small weights, and resistance bands, that can be used to enhance the Pilates exercises and provide additional challenges or modifications.
  • I have a shoulder/back/knee injury. Is Pilates right for me?
    Yes! Our Pilates instructors can modify exercises to accommodate specific injuries or limitations. They can adapt the exercises, provide alternative movements, or use props and equipment to create a safe and effective workout tailored to your needs. Always communicate openly with your instructor about your injury, discomfort, or any changes in your condition during your Pilates sessions. They can make necessary adjustments and provide appropriate recommendations to help you progress safely. Private sessions are recommended prior to joining a class to learn how to modify exercises appropriate for your condition.
  • I'm new. Where do I begin?
    As a new Pilates student, it's great that you're embarking on this journey! Come at least 15 minutes early to fill out any needed forms and meet your teacher. Your teacher will ask about any injuries, health concerns, or specific goals you have. Remember, everyone starts as a beginner, so don't be discouraged if some movements feel challenging at first. Your instructor is there to support and guide you throughout your Pilates journey. Enjoy the process, listen to your body, and have fun discovering the transformative potential of Pilates!
  • Do you offer refunds for unused sessions?
    All sales are final. Privates, Semi's, & Classes are non-refundable, exchangeable or transferable.
  • Pilates Methodology Late/Cancellation Policy
    We understand that life happens. Pilates Methodology has a 24 hour cancellation policy. If a session or class is not canceled 24 hours before the time of the session or class, you will be charged the full amount of the session or class. Please email, text, or call the studio if you need to cancel. We recommend arriving at least 5 minutes before your appointment. However, we know that traffic, work, life, kids, and pets don't always cooperate. In the case that you are more than 5 minutes late to class your reserved spot may be forfeited to a standby client and constitutes a late cancellation. Doors may lock after session has started.
  • Where do I park?
    There is ample parking to the left of the studio. Parking is free.
  • What is pilates?
    Pilates is a form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility, and overall body awareness. It was developed in the early 20th century by Joseph Pilates. The Pilates method emphasizes the integration of the mind and body and aims to create a balanced and aligned physique. Pilates exercises typically involve controlled movements performed on a mat or using specialized equipment, such as the Reformer, Cadillac, or Wunda Chair.
  • What should I wear?
    We recommend to wear something that allows you to move freely, feel comfortable, and gives your instructor the ability to observe and guide your movements effectively. Comfortable athletic wear free of buttons, snaps, or zippers. Pilates is often practiced barefoot, but if you prefer to wear socks, choose ones with grippy soles. These can provide traction and prevent slipping on the mat or equipment.
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