These days, there are seemingly infinite perspectives on the ideal way to achieve personal fitness and an active, healthy lifestyle. At Phitosophy, our approach is simple: through the discipline of Pilates, we sculpt both body and mind. Our instructors are knowledgable and charismatic; our classes are tailored to push you to the exact level you need; and our facility is top-notch to ensure a clean, welcoming environment. Helping you reach peak physical condition isn't just our passion. It's our Phitosophy.
Use the power of the reformer to get a workout that would be impossible with the mat alone.
Want to boost your reformer work with a fun and low-impact calorie burn? You’ve gotta try the jumpboard.
This is it: no excuses. An expert private instructor will help you break through walls and reach your goals.
The team that trains together, bonds together. We’ll come to you, or we can host your company at our studio.
The simplicity of the mat, deep stretching, and gravity is all you need to be led through an amazing workout.
Browse our schedule online (or drop us an email at “firstname.lastname@example.org“) to choose the classes or package that are right for you. If you’re not sure what to pick, our friendly, knowledgeable staff are always ready to help you determine the most appropriate classes for your goals. Consider coming to your first class 15 minutes early to introduce yourself to the instructor and give them a heads up in terms of your fitness background or any medical/adaptive restrictions you might have.
Dress in loose-fitting, comfortable workout clothes that you don’t mind getting sweaty, as well as some athletic-appropriate grip socks. Bring plenty of water with you, or grab some once you get to Phitosophy. Same goes for a yoga mat if you’re coming to a yoga class: feel free to bring your own, but we provide them on-site as well.
Once your class is over, don’t forget to hydrate as much as possible and grab a healthy snack or meal to re-fuel your body! Now you can relax for a bit and feel good about engaging your body and mind through physical fitness!
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