Yes. Currently, we are following the NC Health Dept & CDC guidelines within all class and duets settings. Wearing a mask and socks in sessions are mandatory. We are operating under limited space and by need. SPP is now working with clients that are returning with rehabilitative needs and ordered fitness by a medical professional. Call us if you have any questions.
For someone new to Pilates equipment or needing a refresher, we require a three private session minimum. The intent is to prepare you for classes- if that is what you'd like to move on to. During these sessions, you will be working one on one with a teacher addressing any areas of concern along with learning the equipment and classical reformer exercises. After three sessions there is an assessment before starting classes. All will be discussed in your first session. Call to book your private first session. * We do not offer free intro sessions. Private sessions are by appointment.
Yes...Please sign in to a class. To ensure your space- please sign in on the website. If signing in is not available to you please email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or text (518-369-2884) your reservation- simply state your name and class you would like to attend and you will receive a confirmation. We are a small boutique studio focused on reaching everyone who attends on or off the mat.
Register for a class on our website- you'll see the SIGN IN tab at the top of this page.
You may call, text, or email as well.
How to sign in on line with our schedulicity service? Here's how to get started...
A MASK, STICKY SOCKS, and a refillable water bottle!
Yoga style clothes are perfect - comfortable and not too baggy. Socks are sold at the studio. Loose shorts are not recommended as many of the exercises we are on our back with legs up in the air.
Please arrive no earlier than 10 mins before class. If there is a class before yours- please wait outside till they have left the building.
There are two options..
1. You SIGN IN to our online scheduling and register for a class. If you are NEW- you will need to create an account with a password. You will choose at the top- Classes, Services or Workshops. Under classes- you find what you'd like to sign up for - choose a package ( can be a single class) and add a credit card. You won't be charged until you arrive to class.
2. You Register via Phone, Email, or Text and you will be charged when you arrive to class.
Each client is assigned an account and all packages will be managed thru that. If you are an active client- use your email address at the sign-in tab above to see or manage your account. Or refer to "How do I register for a class" for instructions on how to create or locate your account.
Any further questions, always call. 518-369-2884
Being we are small studio and every spot counts ...For GROUP classes you book online you have a window of EIGHT hour notice to cancel with out being charged. No shows will be automatically charged 100% from package or card registered with.
For appointments / PRIVATE sessions- there is a required 24 hour notice.
If there are extraordinary circumstances this will be considered as life happens. We ask only for your courtesy and understanding of our time and space.
Class Packages with EIGHT OR LESS classes expire with in 60 days of purchase. MORE THAN EIGHT will expire with in 90 days.
Ten Plus Packages expire 90 Days and Twenty packages expire with in 120 days.
Mat classes focus on core work and require you to support your own body weight and are challenging. Pilates equipment gives you a frame to work within that is often more helpful than mat but can be more challenging when springs are added or taken away. Working on the equipment can also target and tone specific areas of your body very efficiently.
Pilates exercises for osteoporosis are safe for people living with the condition.. Three-quarters of the exercises in traditional Pilates mat series need to be modified for someone with osteoporosis.
SPP recommends that you set up a free 30 min intro session to discuss your current situation and see if we can find a class or reformer session that is right for you.
Invented by Pilates founder Joseph Pilates, the reformer is a bed-like frame with a flat platform on it, called the carriage, which rolls back and forth on wheels within the frame. The carriage is attached to one end of the reformer by a set of springs. The springs provide choices of differing levels of resistance as the carriage is pushed or pulled along the frame. The carriage has shoulder blocks on it that keep a practitioner from sliding off the end of the reformer as they push or pull the carriage.
At the spring end of the reformer, there is an adjustable bar called a foot bar. The foot bar can be used by the feet or hands as a practitioner moves the carriage. The reformer also has long straps with handles on them that are attached to the top end of the frame.
They can be pulled with legs or arms to move the carriage as well. Body weight and resistance of the springs are what make the carriage more or less difficult to move. Reformers parts are adjustable for differing body sizes and different levels of skill. We work with Peak equipment at SPP.
The reformer offers all the benefits of mat including overall strength, flexibility, coordination, and balance. These things, in turn, lead to healthier living, like better posture, graceful, efficient movement, and for many, relief from pain associated with physical imbalances such as back pain.