We’re lucky to live in Los Angeles, where many people understand the important role that fitness plays in leading a well-balanced life. But a practically unlimited array of different classes and programs, spread across the city’s sprawl, can make it difficult to balance convenience with the discipline and sense of community a studio can provide.
Enter Phitosophy. A fitness studio in Burbank, CA offering every discipline and difficulty level of Pilates under one roof. A place where hand-selected instructors make it their mission to accommodate you and help design a class schedule that will meet your unique goals.
Just about anyone interested in improving their physical fitness can find something that will benefit them at Phitosophy. Whether it’s the cross-training athlete who wants to cycle between different workout styles, or the brand-new exercise acolyte who isn’t quite sure what class is right for them yet: Phitosophy can help. Experienced trainees will appreciate our class variety and the challenge provided by our advanced options, while newcomers will be able to take advantage of judgement-free beginner classes that offer a friendly introduction.
Central to the Phitosophy formula is the expertise, attention, and compassionate style exuded by our instructors. The whole point of Phitosophy is to create a customizable fitness experience that matches the vibe and level of difficulty you’re looking for. Our instructors will work with you to help design your perfect slate of classes, and you’re sure to find a teaching style that matches with the way you learn. Not convinced yet? Drop on in and give us a visit today!
One of the main barriers that keeps people from changing their lives by starting a new fitness routine is the fear of being judged or not knowing what to do in their first class. It can seem like everyone already knows all the yoga poses, or the way a Pilates class works, or what to bring to a boot camp. We understand this, and we’ve designed beginner-only courses that specifically help you ease into your favorite style of class in an environment where you don’t have to worry about anything else.
Pilates is an exercise regimen that will test your body’s ability to resist pressure. Going into Pilates entirely unprepared, therefore, would be counterintuitive.Read More
Pilates machines are pieces of exercise equipment designed by Joseph Pilates specifically to be used with the Pilates Method.Read More
Pilates involves all three types of muscle contraction: concentric, isometric, and eccentric. Compared to other types of exercise, however, Pilates places greater emphasis on eccentric muscle contraction.Read More