OK, I have some Questions.

What if I fall? well you signed the waiver(right!).Ok,we promise to catch you.

Do you have any specials for new clients?

Yes! Click here to check out our New Client specials we offer.

How Do I book a class or a session?


Scheduling a Pilates class is made easy with the easy on our website under schedule. Once an account is created, simply select the class or workshop you’d like to take and reserve it with a click!

Can I take a Group Reformer Class if I've never done Pilates before?

We encourage all our clients to first take our Never ever session which is a private session but a reduced price of $ 39.00

All our clients, regardless of injury or fitness level, begin their Studio Pilates experience with an Initial Assessment so that the ideal tailored program can be developed to meet their needs. During the assessment session we conduct the following: Postural screening, Balance Testing, Flexibility Testing, Core Endurance and Muscle Strength Testing. Based on the results of the tests, your medical/injury history and in consultation with you we develop the program goals from which we can then develop in individualized program to achieve your goals.  Payment due in cash or check.Duration approx. 45 min.

How about Barre and Yoga classes?

Even if you've never taken any kind of barre class before, you may take our all-levels Barre and Yoga classes. Just make sure you let the instructor know of any injuries so that we can modify exercises accordingly.

Are Pilates, Barre, and Yoga appropriate during pregnancy?

Yes, Pilates, Barre, and Yoga are a wonderful way to stay in shape, feel good, and keep a strong and healthy back during pregnancy.  Please let your instructor know if you are expecting and we can modify exercises accordingly. After 20 weeks, you are required to take private instruction or join one of our Prenatal classes. Please call us with any questions.

What if I am injured? In pain? Out of shape?

Come as you are, my friend. Come as you are!
Pilates is actually great for people with injuries, weak muscles and particularly bad posture because it encourages you to strengthen your problem areas in a controlled and low impact way. Many people think they have to reach a certain point - such as losing weight, or getting out of chronic pain - before they can try Pilates, but that couldn’t be further from the truth! It is advisable however that anyone with serious injuries consult their doctor. If you have concerns about your situation, just come in and talk to us.

Is Pilates good for seniors?

Supervised Pilates is often appropriate for senior fitness and is gaining popularity among senior citizens. Pilates exercises can be modified to meet the individual needs of all ages and levels of fitness. Some exercises in Pilates work on balance, flexibility, muscle strength and stamina. Some of our fittest clients are well in their 80s.

What are the Studio Hours?

We are open Monday through Sunday. You are most welcome shoot us an email at: feelbetter@pilatesbody.net any time and we will reply as soon as possible.

You can click here and view our Class Schedule or Download our APP Mind Body.

Of course, any announcements of Studio closings will be posted on our Facebook page.

Do you work with both men and women clients?

Absolutely!! We enjoy teaching  both men and women . More and more men are showing up in our studio. After all, Joseph Pilates did create Pilates to be an exercise specifically for men.

How soon will I notice the difference?

This depends on a number of factors such as your current level of fitness, level of body awareness and the frequency of your visits. Joseph Pilates’ used to say “You will feel better in 10 sessions, look better in 20 sessions, and have a completely new body in 30 sessions”.

How often should I practice Pilates?

Consistency is the key to change! You knew that, Right?
The speed of your progress will depend on how many times a week you are able to commit to sessions. For optimum results, we recommend 2 to 3 times a week.

What is the difference between Reformer Pilates and Mat Pilates?

The Reformer was invented by Joseph Pilates (creator of the Pilates method) in order to assist clients who had difficulty performing the Mat exercises. Over time, the Reformer has become known for being an excellent way to spot-tone specific areas of the body, while the Mat work is excellent for a full-body workout which focuses primarily on the core. Pilates students often describe the Reformer as a fun and exciting way to get a great workout while the Mat work is sometimes referred to as Pilates in its purest form. At Pilates Body, we tend to teach in a way that always ensures a tough yet enjoyable workout, so whichever one you try, you're going to notice the results and feel great.

What should I wear?

Our studio requires that you wear grip socks for all classes except yoga. We sell grip socks in our retail shop, so just ask if you forget yours. You should also wear comfortable but form-fitting clothes so our instructors can see your form and make appropriate corrections. Bear in mind your legs will sometimes be in the air, so if you're going to wear shorts make sure they move with you.


Do you offer gift certificate?

Yes, we do! offer gift certificates which are called “gift cards.”  They never expire and the person you are giving them to can use his or her gift cards to buy classes or any kind of merchandise. Once a class is purchased using a gift card, it will expire just like any other class purchased.  If you would like to purchase a gift card, please select the “gift cards” tab under our online store to complete your purchase.

Oh, That sounds great but I want to be sure I’ll like it.

First sight first love, once YOU are here and YOU try it YOU will fall in love!

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“It's not what we do once in a while that shapes our lives. It's what we do consistently."