Liz



Liz instructs the following:
  • Pi:RIDE
  • Combo of 25 minute RIDE + 25 min Pi-Yo (pilates + yoga) 

  • REFORM: CLASSIC
  • Get the benefits of private training on the pilates equipment, and a fraction of the cost! Small group sessions allow for personal attention and corrections, but give a fun, energetic workout that will improve posture, core strength and flexibility. 
     
    NOTE: Students must be able to change their own spring and manage their own props. Prior Pilates Reformer experience is required.  

    LATE CANCELS LESS THAN 12 HOURS WILL BE CHARGED FOR CLASS.


  • VINYASA YOGA
  • The word vinyasa means “flow” and this class is a beautiful way to get your body, mind and spirit connected, deeply inspired and into that “flow state” where you can pursue your potential in life.
     
    Our instructors are creative and strategic, organizing your practice in a well-thought and purposeful way so that you get more than a physical workout out of these precious 50-minutes. You know you need it, so let’s flow.

  • REFORM: JUMP

  • RX: Reformer Remedy // Posture & Upper Back
  • Poor posture is an energy sapper. If your spine is incorrectly balanced, your muscles need to work harder to keep your body upright all day long. Poor posture also causes your upright structure to collapse in places, like a poorly constructed building. In turn, this can compound many physical ailments, such as digestive problems, poor circulation, chronic low energy, lower back pain, headaches, and shortness of breath.
    Pilates is all about moving efficiently, this is important with respect to posture as it trains us to develop and use core strength, rather than holding our position with superficial musculature.Using the deep core muscles the abdominals, back, and pelvic floor—to support our posture allows the shoulders to relax, the neck and head to move freely, and relieves stress on the hips, legs, and feet.

    Good posture can help us to attain (and retain) maximum flexibility, strength, resiliency, and mobility of the spine. This is a goal well worth aiming for, and Pilates can help you achieve it — because postural awareness is built right in to every exercise.


  • RX: Reformer Remedy // Humpty Dumpty
  • Poor posture is an energy sapper. If your spine is incorrectly balanced, your muscles need to work harder to keep your body upright all day long. Poor posture also causes your upright structure to collapse in places, like a poorly constructed building. In turn, this can compound many physical ailments, such as digestive problems, poor circulation, chronic low energy, lower back pain, headaches, and shortness of breath.
    Pilates is all about moving efficiently, this is important with respect to posture as it trains us to develop and use core strength, rather than holding our position with superficial musculature.Using the deep core muscles the abdominals, back, and pelvic floor—to support our posture allows the shoulders to relax, the neck and head to move freely, and relieves stress on the hips, legs, and feet.

    Good posture can help us to attain (and retain) maximum flexibility, strength, resiliency, and mobility of the spine. This is a goal well worth aiming for, and Pilates can help you achieve it — because postural awareness is built right in to every exercise.


  • RIDE 50
  • This is what you’re missing; our signature high-intensity interval training ride. Climb heavy hills, sprint through fast flats, jog up-and-down mixed terrains, and race against yourself in a class that will change your body and empower your mind.

  • PI:YO FLOW
  • Part Pilates, part yoga - Pi:Yo cranks up the intensity and speed of traditional Pilates and yoga to help you get the best of both of these potent fitness modalities.
     
    You’ll sweat, stretch, and strengthen in one low-impact, fun and body-sculpting workout PLUS you’ll finish with that oh-so-wonderful few minutes of final relaxation to set your day up with purpose and intention.

  • YOGA + MEDITATION
  • YOGA + MEDITATION

  • RX: Reformer Remedy // Osteopenia/Osteoporosis
  • The fundamentals of Pilates offer a terrific platform for strengthening bones and preventing fractures when done properly.

    Done correctly, Pilates exercises can help people with weakened bones by:
    Increasing bone density when body parts move against the force of gravity
    Increasing strength and muscle mass, which in turn help to support the bones
    Improving balance, which can help prevent falls that might result in a bone fracture
    Improving range of motion and posture, which can help keep the bones in alignment and prevent painful pinched nerves and muscle spasms in the back
    The Pilates Reformer can be an excellent tool to create safe and effective exercise programs for clients with osteoporosis, as the spring resistance can effectively assist clients and offer myriad programming options for clients with Osteoporosis at any stage.