Joseph Pilates / Eve Genrty

Imagine an exercise program that you look forward to, that engages you, and that leaves you refreshed and alert with a feeling of physical and mental well-being. The Pilates Method of body conditioning will do all this……..and more.

The transformation in the way your body looks, feels and performs will be dramatic. Pilates builds strength while reducing bulk.

By improving flexibility and agility, Pilates creates body awareness, good posture and relaxed, graceful motion. The typical gym environment can be stressful. Pilates provides an overall conditioning of the mind and the body by promoting harmony between the mental and physical aspects of health and fitness.

Goal specific and time efficient, sports men and women, ballet dancers and gymnasts use Pilates as an adjunct to their normal training to improve performance and correct muscle “imbalances”. This provides better joint support and improves muscle efficiency.

If you are interested in a healthy life change, Pilates is for you!

It is the mind itself which builds the body.
In 10 sessions you’ll feel the difference, in 20 you’ll see the difference, in 30 you’ll have a new body.
“Physical fitness is the prerequisite of happiness”.


What makes the Classical Pilates method unique and different from “modern Pilates” , is it’s flow and dynamics of the movements using the transitions as an exercise in weight transference between movements, connecting all movements from one to another. It emphasizes the athletic, corrective, and organic nature of the system.

In Peter Fiasca’s words, the Classical Pilates method is “the symphonic arrangement of all of our movements”. It is “the art of flow”.

Whether you are experienced in Pilates or trying it out for the first time, with consistent work on the Pilates apparatus, you will feel better and see noticeable differences in your body.

The Classical Pilates exercise method for has been practiced for almost 90 years, but in recent years it has been a buzz word in the media because the movie stars and elite athletes use it to maintain their shape. Tiger Woods, Chris Evert, Martina Navratilova, Madonna, Jennifer Aniston, Ali McGraw, Stefanie Powers have been using this technique for years because it is low impact, flattens the abdominal muscles and reshapes and tones the whole body without stressing the joints. Dancers, Golfers, Football players, tri-athletes, ice skaters and gymnasts all understand the importance of alignment to reduce muscle imbalance and use Pilates to improve muscle firing patterns for their activities.

The practice of Classical Pilates brings many benefits which include:

  • flattening the abdomen,
  • building stamina
  • building strength,
  • improving flexibility
  • correcting musculo-skeletal imbalances,
  • preventing back pain,
  • correcting poor posture
  • creating a longer and leaner body.
  • increasing lung capacity,

Joseph Pilates said, “Health is a normal condition; it is our duty not only to attain it but to maintain it.”