Pilates/Yoga Class Schedule


Day Time Class Level
Mon 9:00 – 10:00 AM

10:00 – 11:00 AM
Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Pilates Plus





Wed 9:00 – 10:00 AM



Therapeutic Yoga & core work
All levels


Thur 9:00 -10:00 AM

10:00 – 11:00 AM

Pilates Mat

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

All levels



Fri 9:15 – 10:15 AM


Pilates Basics/Rehab. Beginner
Sun Closed

All classes on schedule are “drop-in”…you just show up. Mats are provided. Child care is available during our regularly scheduled classes, with the exception of our evening classes. Private yoga and Pilates sessions and sessions on the Pilates equipment are by appointment.


Class Descriptions


Pilates Mat:

The foundation of all Pilates work on the equipment, mat classes are a series of fluid floor work exercises designed to develop a strong foundation. If you’re looking to strengthen your “core” muscles – your abdominals, buttocks and muscles around your spine, then this class is for you. Don’t be afraid to try this if you’ve never done Pilates before, your instructor is very knowledgeable and will help you with modifications if you need them!

Pilates Basics for Rehab:

Body Dynamics PilatesThe Pilates principle of core stabilization addresses posture, muscle performance and motor control – the same concepts that form the basis of most orthopedic rehabilitation programs and therapy. No other exercise method is so gentle to the body yet so effective for strengthening. If you are new to Pilates and need to learn the basics, or if you are recovering from injury – then this class is for you.

Therapeutic Yoga & Therapeutic Yoga with Core Work:

The physical practice of yoga is a gentle, effective way to stay active, and it can also help with a variety of chronic health problems. Because yoga combines movement and a concentration of your breathing, it allows you to focus both on what your body is physically doing and what is happening internally. If you suffer from chronic pain, exercising may be the last thing you want to think about doing, but the gentle movements and stretching of a therapeutic yoga class may actually help to relieve your pain. Performing the poses and transitions increases your strength and flexibility, making your muscles more toned and pliable. It can also stretch the ligaments around your joints, and therefore may help with conditions like arthritis.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga:

This energizing class is perfect for intermediate students.  A vigorous and exhilarating full-body workout, each pose flows fluidly and dynamically into the next pose.  Combined with motivating music, this upbeat class is addictive!

Pilates Plus:

Pilates mat sequences are organized in a non-stop fashion to encourage fluidity of movement, fat burning and overall intensity.

Healthy Bones:

In this class taught by a physical therapist, you will be instructed in exercises that help build bone density and strength of the spine, hips, upper and lower extremities; improve posture and balance; increase flexibility and mobility. You will also learn how to avoid movements that increase the risk of fracture.