At CrossFit Reanimated we offer Group equipment and Mat Classes, Private and Semi Private sessions using Pilates Apparatus. Pilates has been shown to help with injury recovery, sports performance, good posture and optimal health.
A 1 hour or 1/2 hour Pilates session dedicated to you! Private Pilates sessions allow for personal attention and tailoring to your needs and fitness goals. During these sessions you may use any of the apparatus including the Reformer, Wunda Chair, Tower, or Mat. Every new client is required to complete at least one private with us before entering group classes.
A 1 hour or 1/2 hour Pilates session with two people. One instructor with two clients. This is the best of both worlds. You get lots of attention from the instructor but get to share the hour and the cost with a friend. Most clients that choose this option have a friend in mind when scheduling but we are more than happy to match someone of equal skill.
Group Equipment Classes
A combination of essential Pilates mat work with the benefits of the Pilates tower equipment, ideal for students of all levels. This class will combine the resistance of the springs of the tower with the precise movements of mat work to create a great workout.
CrossFit Reanimated has a maximum of 5 clients per class.
Pilates Mat Classes are the floor work version of the Pilates method. These classes take place in a group setting using your body weight as the primary source of resistance.
Focus is placed on precise movements originating from the center or core of your body. Classes offer modifications and variations to suit each students individual needs.
What is Pilates?
The Pilates Method encompasses more than 500 controlled, precise movements designed to stretch and strengthen muscles. Most people have a combination of tight shoulders, tight backs, tight hips and tight legs – all of which is connected to weak core muscles. Pilates will focus on integrating core strength and stability.
Prices and Packages
- Private Sessions
- 1 Hour Session $65
- 1/2 Hour Session $45
- Multi Session Packages Start at $210
- All sessions and packages have 24 Hour Cancellation Policy to avoid being charged the full session amount
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- Duet Sessions
- 1 hour Sessions $45 each Person
- 1/2 hour Sessions $35
- Multi Session Packages Start at $170
- All Sessions and packges have a 24 hour Cancellation Policy to avoid being charged the full session amount
- Schedule your free consult
- Equipment Classes
- Drop in Rate $25 per class
- 5 class punch card $200
- Packages have a 2 month experation
- Classes are limited to 5 People. Classes have a 12 hour cancellation policy or you will be charged for the class
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- Pilates Membership
- $135 per month
- Attend up to 4 Pilates Classes per week
- Reservations for classes are required due to limited space
- Class reservations must be cancelled at least 12 hours in advance or you will be charged a no show fee
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Is Pilates for me? Schedule a FREE 15 minute Consult
So you've heard of it, maybe you've taken a class or two. Now is your chance to check out our studio and find out a bit more.
What to expect
You will be empowered to discover your inner strength, transform mind and body, increase stamina, improve your health and achieve a new and exciting physical well being. Your body will totally transform from the inside out. Your posture will improve, your abdominal, back and buttocks will strengthen, and your arms and legs will become leaner. Your energy level will dramatically increase. Chronic back pain and other debilitating physical ailments will decrease significantly as your range of motion and mobility improves.
How CrossFit and Pilates Work Together
Both CrossFit and Pilates are based on functional movements and the ability to control your body under a large variety of demands leading to improved fitness and health. Both methods include many body weight movements such as squats, push-ups, pull-ups, and sit-ups, as well as more advanced gymnastic skills such as handstand pushups, ring dips, and back levers. The basic functional movements of pushing, pulling, squatting, lifting and rotating all require our bodies to work at optimal function, with ideal joint mobility and stability, something many of us have unlearned from years of being trapped behind desks, in cars and on couches.