What is Pilates?

Pilates is a movement practice that focuses on core strength, flexibility, and efficient mindful control. Developed by Joseph Pilates 90 years ago the theory continues to be a foundational method for many popular fitness modalities today. In an one-on-one setting, accompanied by Pilates signature equipment, it continues to be an eye opening experience for those looking to:

  • step up a golf, tennis, rock climbing, snowboarding, crossfit game

  • gain a deeper connection and understanding to their body

  • manage staying fit while coping with the residual effects of an injury

  • reduce stress and pain associated with it

  • improve marathon or triathlon race times


I already feel better than I felt when I walked in. You know, in fact, I always feel better when I come here.
— Eileen, Age 60

At The Co Pilates we know you can change your physical and mental state through movement. Our philosophy is "if you don't move it, you lose it." Through expert precision driven guidance we enable you to learn to safely move your body in a way that gives you access to a deeper more intense work out leading to long term results inside and out. A Pilates practice has the added value of  serving as a path toward rehabilitation from injuries or conditions such as:

  • chronic low back pain

  • rotator cuff surgery

  • hip replacement

  • pre and post-natal complications

  • vertebral disc herniation or degeneration

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Parkinson's Disease

  • Osteoporosis

  • Breast cancer


How does it work at the co pilates?

  1. Introductory Phone Call: This is a 20-minute phone call to discuss your desired goals and get a general idea of whether or not a Pilates Program at The Co Pilates would be right for you.

  2. Introductory Session: This is a 75-minute session where we go through your health and movement history and conduct a brief postural and movement analysis to allow the session to be molded specifically to your body and your goals. At the end of the session we develop a strategy that will track your progress and allow you to feel more in control of your body.

  3. Pilates Program: During your introductory session we decide together, based on goals and schedule, what program is best suited for you to start with. For more information about our programs and to schedule an introductory call, email move@thecopilates.com or click below to get started.


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What other form of exercise do you know of that can get you in shape and prevent or help you recover from an injury? Book an Introductory Call today if you are ready to see what the power of a mindful movement practice can do for your life.