The Pilates Method develops core strength through a series of exercises created by Joseph H. Pilates in the middle of the last century. Integrating many physical disciplines, he created this revolutionary method to enhance overall physical performance while creating a strong and toned body shape.
Combining mat work and spring-based machines, the repertoire emphasizes awakening and strengthening the body’s postural & abdominal muscles (core), while increasing overall flexibility. Results include a strong and long back, toned abdomen, open shoulders and a balanced body. For decades, athletes and dancers have used Pilates to enhance performance and rehabilitate from their injuries. The fitness and health-based communities also recognize and acknowledge the numerous health benefits of regular Pilates practice.
why do pilates?
Increased Strength and Flexibility
Resistance to Injury
Body & Mind Connection
What We Offer
types of pilates classes
private pilates sessions
Private sessions are ideal for designing a program that addresses your unique fitness needs and goals.
Small Group Pilates Mat & Springboard Classes
Mat work is the heart of the Pilates program and can be a lot of fun in a group setting.
I have been going to Pilates Heights for a year now and LOVE it! I injured my back and was having some mild pain. I hoped that Pilates could develop the core strength I really needed. I was right! My core is now so much stronger and more flexible than when I started a year ago – it’s wonderful!
This is a great Pilates studio and local business. I have been taking individual classes for three or four years, and I’ve never had a bad experience. The studio itself is sunny, clean, and well-stocked, and it has a soothing, welcoming feel.
I love Pilates Heights. They are a neighborhood gem. The teachers are very knowledgeable, kind, down-to-earth, funny and their instruction is excellent. Pilates has turned out to be a cornerstone in my fitness and self-care and it’s a great counterpart to yoga and other training.