We believe in individualized and intelligent fitness.
We offer a wide variety of services at Pilates On 10th. We want to focus on providing health for not just your body, but your heart and soul as well. From group classes, to private sessions, to studio amenities such as massage or Feldenkrais, we are here for you.
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Group Equipment - essentials
If you are new to Pilates, this is the class for you! This class is designed to introduce you to ALL the Pilates equipment: Reformer, Chair and Tower. We will work at a basics level–fine tuning how to breathe for maximum core engagement, becoming familiar with your body’s stability and flexibility, and building strong, lean muscles. Clients who are familiar with the Reformer but want to expand their knowledge and repertoire on the other essential Pilates equipment will find this class beneficial as well. Bulk up on the basics with this class!
Monday 7PM & Wednesday 5PM
Group Equipment - mixed levels
This class is for all levels. If you have been taking Essentials and want to challenge yourself try this class. We will continue to build upon the basics we focused on in Essentials, utilizing ALL equipment (Reformer, Tower and Chair) for maximum breath capacity, spine and pelvis stability and increasing lean muscle mass. Clients may be given different exercises to do at the same time according to their level. This is a great way to see where the work can go and give clients different perspectives on the same premise. Mix it up!
Monday 8AM, Tuesday 6PM, Thursday 5PM, Friday 8AM, Saturday 10AM & Sunday 10AM
Group equipment - intermediate
Take your workout to the next level! In our Intermediate class the exercises will become slightly more complicated and require more skill, strength and balance. This class is designed for the healthy client or for those who are ready to step it up. If you’re not sure about your level, ask an instructor. As always, individualized attention is given to each client and your instructor will be close at hand to assist you in any way you need.
Monday 6PM, Tuesday 7AM & Wednesday 7PM
Mat, ball & props - mixed levels
All levels are welcome in this class. We will utilize all the small props (fit balls, therabands, small hand weights, small balls, magic circles etc.) in order to tone up and strengthen your deep core musculature and focus on alignment and precision. Novices can gain insight from observing more advanced clients and our more experienced clientele can benefit from going back to basics and tightening up their form.
Tuesday 12PM & Saturday 8AM
Mat, ball & props - Intermediate
Take your mat workout to the next level! In our Intermediate class the exercises will become slightly more complicated and require more skill, strength and balance. We will continue to use the small props (fit balls, therabands, small hand weights, small balls, magic circles etc.) in order to work your deep core, legs and arms, building strength, grace and tone. Each class is unique. This class is designed for the healthy client or for those who are ready to step it up. If you’re not sure about your level, ask an instructor. As always, individualized attention is given to each client and your instructor will be close at hand to assist you in any way you need.
Tower hour - mixed levels
A Group Equipment class focused on utilizing the tower and springs. Challenge your core stability with spring work (leg springs and arm springs), find support with the push through bar in exercises like Swan and Teaser, use the roll down bar to enhance spinal articulation and increase overall core strength. We love the reformer, but we want you to explore ALL the equipment Pilates on 10th has to offer. Come take a Tower/Springs class and see what you've been missing. All levels welcome! Novices can gain insight from observing more advanced clients and our more experienced clientele can benefit from going back to basics and tightening up their form.
Stabilize & sculpt
Stabilize & Sculpt is a mixed levels class that, in addition to the traditional equipment, utilizes the stability balls and foam rollers to challenge your deep stabilizing muscles. Through these balance challenges, we will create a strong connection to our powerhouse and from there work on toning and sculpting to create powerful bodies. This is a small group class that allows for personalized feedback and individualized attention from the instructor.
Want to get more of an aerobic workout with your Pilates practice? Try jumpboard interval training on Pilates reformer! This dynamic class combines the strenthening benefits of traditional PIlates with cardio intervals on the jumpboard. The jumpboard is a padded plate that replaces the foot bar on the reformer and provides an excellent and non-weight bearing method to increase heart rate and burn some serious calories. This class not only targets all the different leg muscles and core abdominals while jumping, but also increases spinal stability, arm and back strength and ends with a full body stretch series. Reformer experience required.
Wednesday 7AM & Saturday 11AM
Full Body Mat Flow
This class is comprised of Pilates Mat exercises utilizing small props (foam rollers, magic circles, therabands and small balls) that focus on using the core muscles to address the postural issues that many of us face. As we age, our upper backs and shoulders round and our lower backs tend to shorten creating the potential for neck, shoulder and lower back pain. Imbalance in the muscles of the legs can contribute to knee pain and balance instability. Using our mat exercises and small props we focus on a full body flow and musculature integration, counteracting the above conditions. Lengthening the lumbar spine by finding and engaging the deep abdominals and backs of legs, opening shoulders by strengthening the upper back muscles and learning the shoulder girdle alignment that both protects our shoulders and also relieves neck pain. We strengthen the musculature around the pelvis to both support spinal alignment and also stabilize the pelvis. Come develop your full body flow and live the life you deserve to live, regardless of your age!
Pilates Therapeutics: The Functional Core
Functional Core (FC) is an all levels class taught by Laurel Levasheff. In FC we learn what resilient strength feels like using techniques from Laurel's applications of Functional Integration in the Pilates setting. Functional core students will learn joint alignment using strengthening, key landmarks in their own system for reference in performance, balance, stability and bone building power for longevity. Functional Core is a whole-systems approach to long term resilient strength for a dynamic life. We will use mat, props, chair and tower in these classes, not necessarily all in one class.
All levels welcome, post operation also welcome.
Wednesday 6PM & Friday 9AM
Posterior Power is a class that will challenge the use of your extensor muscles, build stabilization and support through your spine and utilize the techniques of Joseph Pilates and fundamentals of Structural Integration to engage and connect your posterior! This is a mixed levels group equipment based class that focuses on the use of props and equipment to enhance every workout. All bodies welcome; find your Posterior Power!
This class will combine the use of the pilates chair and reformer jumpboard to achieve a full body workout. Clients will build strength in the legs, abdominals and arms in addition to finding power and cardiovascular endurance. Exercises on the chair will challenge clients muscularly, but also use focus to increase stability and balance. Jumpboard is a wonderful way to change the pace of movement and work different types of muscle fibers. Both apparatus will be used on alternating heavy and light springs allowing clients to feel the way changing tension will change the way their body initiates movement.
This class is for all levels. The Chair is one of the key pieces of equipment in The Pilates Method and has always been a part of any fully equipped Pilates studio. Originally designed by Joseph Pilates to be used in a New York City apartment as both a piece of furniture and a work out tool, The Chair (originally called The Wunda Chair) is basically a box with one side that can be pressed down against the resistance of springs, like a large pedal. Though the basic design is simple, there are a myriad of exercises that can be performed on the Pilates Chair. It is excellent for strengthening the core muscles, of course, and also the arms and legs. Exercises are done lying, sitting, and standing on the chair, as well as from positions to the sides of the chair. One can expect a lot of stability and flexibility work on the chair. It is truly a testament to the ingenuity of the Pilates Method to see how many exercises can be done on the Pilates Chair. Come to this class to practice intention, mindfulness, discipline and control!