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Pilates Equipment

What is Pilates?

Pilates is a system of exercises developed by Joseph Pilates to strengthen muscles, improve core strength, increase flexibility and stability, and improve overall health. Pilates equipment (Reformer, Tower, Combo/High Chair) is used to assist in movements that were originally designed to be done on the Mat.

"In 10 sessions you'll feel the difference, in 20 sessions you'll see the difference and in 30 sessions you'll have a whole new body" - Joseph Pilates

Our studio is fully equipped with Balanced Body Allegro Reformers with Tower of Power and Combo Chairs.

 

Pilates Equipment Schedule

Monday:  7:30am
Tuesday:  9am, 11am & 5:30pm
Wednesday:  4:30pm
Thursday:  9am & 11am
Friday:  7:30am

To sign up for class contact pilates@4seasons-club.com or visit the front desk.

 

Private & Semi-Private Sessions are also available! Work one-on-one or two-on-one with a Pilates instructor to take a deeper dive into your Pilates practice.
To schedule Private and/or Semi-Private sessions contact pilates@4seasons-club.com

Meet our Instructors

Kellie Franks
Pilates & Barre Instructor, Post-Natal Pilates Specialist

Kellie began practicing Pilates in 2007. After experiencing a transformation in her own body, she decided she couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share Pilates with others. In 2008 she began teaching and truly studying the Pilates method. Kellie has completed various levels of instructor training through Balanced Body University and she continues to train regularly and further her education. Kellie enjoys working with clients at all levels and takes great care to ensure their goals are being met. The clients' needs are Kellie’s number one focus, and whether it's private training or group classes, she will work closely with you to help you reach your fitness goals. Kellie's laugh is contagious, and you can't help but smile when you're around her! After just one class with Kellie, you'll feel her passion for Pilates and fitness, and experience her fantastic energy!

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