Private/semi-private lessons are conducted on the full range of Pilates in a one-on-one (private) or two-on-one (semi-private) format. In these sessions, made by appointment at times suitable to the client, you receive close personal attention. Clients may request specific training in a private session. For new students, two to three lessons per week are highly recommended to anchor the movement principles and build a strong foundation for progress. A minimum of eight to 10 lessons is highly recommended prior to beginning small group classes.
Small Group Sessions
Small Group Sessions are essentially semi privates at an affordable rate. This intimate setting ensures each student receive adequate attention from the teacher so you perform movements safely and correctly, thereby expediting and perfecting the results of your training. Because of the small class size, *advanced online booking is absolutely necessary to reserve your spot.
Towe Practice: Six participants/45 min.
A spring based workout on the Pilates wall units that focuses on strengthening the core musculature, lengthening the spine, sculpting the body. No experience is required for the level one class.
Five participants/45 min.
Using a carriage with a moving platform to emphasize dynamic stability skills, strengthening the core musculature call the powerhouse. A powerful graceful workout. A minimum of 10 private sessions is prerequisite to ensure your knowledge of pilates movement principles and the pilates vocabulary used in class.
BarreAmped™ Workout: 10 participants/45 min.
BarreAmped™ is an intensive body shaping experience designed to produce reliable results, no matter the client. The method is influenced by classical and modern dance (though it is not a dance class) and utilizes a barre to achieve optimal positioning. Insights from Pilates, yoga, and orthopedic stretching also balance the method’s unique approach.
The precision-oriented technique focuses mainly on small, isolated movements within deeply held and challenging postures. BarreAmped™ is proven to increase metabolism, burn fat, and lengthen tight muscles. With commitment to the technique, you get recognizable results exactly where you want them.
Lunch Express Mat Class: 30 min.
A great way to learn the fundamentals of Pilates emphasis on matwork and small props, as an add-on to your current Pilates apparatus regimen.
Isofitt KettleBell HIIT Workout
Learn the basic mechanics of Kettlebell training from a safe Pilates approach. Emphasis is on developing a strong core and a powerful posterior chain. The Kettlebell is a training device that must be handled correctly. Much like fire and all the great inventions of mankind, it demands responsibility of correct handling, and is not to be abused or flirted with. Given the proper respects of correct training, a Kettlebell can be your friend that keeps you in shape and is a great adjunct to your regimen on your Pilates off-days.
Kettlebell Pilates increases muscle strength of both your upper and lower body, promoting shoulder and hip flexibility and strengthening the thighs, core and lower back. Kettlebell training encompasses the postural and biomechanical elements of Pilates. Both Pilates and Kettlebell focus on strengthening the back muscles while conditioning the abdominal muscles, helping create a strong, solid core. Together the exercises work multiple muscle groups to help you increase muscular strength that improves performance in Pilates poses and other athletic activities. Isofitt offers group and private sessions in Kettlebell training.
Pilates on the Green™
Pilates on the Green™ is a special 12-week, twice weekly program designed to meet the needs of golfers. The golf swing is a highly complex movement pattern, where precision is superior to power in propelling a good score. The cause of the most common swing faults is rooted in an imbalance of tight and weak structures in the body. Every movement in Pilates, as in the golf swing, specifically requires a group of mobilizer muscles to work in sync with stabilizer muscles. Without this intricate balance and an awareness of where you stand walking into a golf game, your body is put in a potentially dangerous position where the vicious cycle of compensation begins and repeats itself. When a door is hinged on an already malfunctioning door frame, left unfixed, imagine what happens over time? It only gets worse, either the door breaks, or the hinges, or the frame, or...all together! That is precisely what happens to a body that has learned to bypass asymmetrical difficulties by faulty compensation! Because a tight muscle is a slow muscle, our programs emphasis on flexibility and precision is very beneficial for improving your golf swing.
If you are new to Isofitt Pilates, your first class is free!
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"We retire too early and we die too young, our prime of life should be in the 70’s and old age should not come until we are almost 100."
– Joseph H. Pilates
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Isofitt Pilates Studio
95 Almshouse Road, The Weathervane Complex, Suite 307, Richboro, PA 18954