Pilates Classes

Group Exercise Classes

S.T.A.R. Pilates is committed to providing high quality group exercise classes that both challenge and respect the body. While teaching in a group environment, our instructors maintain awareness of individual needs and conditions. Modifications of exercises are made to suit individuals of different levels.

Class Sizes Are Limited – Reservations Are Required!

Mat Classes

This workout involves Pilates exercises that are done while lying or sitting on mat, utilizing one’s own body weight for resistance. The total body workout strengthens the core, tones the hips and thighs, and flattens the abs. Small equipment may be added for additional resistance training.

Mat Classes

Pilates Plus

This class is MAT CLASS with the addition of small equipment. Large physioballs, small 9″ balls, Pilates rings, exercise bands and small weights can be layered into class challenging muscles with added resistance.

Pilates Plus

Group Reformer Classes

We offer Foundational Group Reformer for those who are new to Pilates and for those who have done Pilates on and off and could use a brush up. ** If you have not been on a reformer we require a private session prior to attending class. Please call for details.**

Intermediate Group Reformer is for participants that are familiar with the machine, terminology, exercises and have body awareness of themselves.

Advanced Group Reformer is for those extremely experienced on the reformer and can follow multiple directions at once.

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Group Reformer Pilates Classes

Group Chair Classes

Prior Pilates experience is mandatory to join this class.

Class utilizes Pilates equipment known as the Stability Chair as well as bands, balls, Pilates rings and free weights. The major difference between Chair & Reformer is that there’s more vertical work than reformer (standing and sitting vs. laying down) and more balance work, hence the prior Pilates necessity.

Group Chair Classes

M.E.L.T. Method

MELT MethodThe M.E.L.T. Method is a revolutionary approach to longevity focused on our connective tissue and neurological systems. It can offer positive changes such as improvement in the lower back, greater neck range of motion and better mobility in the hip and shoulder girdle. Foot problems can also be alleviated, most notably plantar fasciitis, but even peripheral neuropathy. Arthritic hands often feel better after utilizing the M.E.L.T. Method. The class utilizes specialized soft foam rollers and MELT balls on the hands and feet.

M.E.L.T. Method

Barre Class

Our barre class combines the grace and flexibility of dance with the strength and sculpting of Pilates to give you a long, strong, and lean physique. The upper body section creates defined shoulders and arms and a beautiful back. The barre segment employs movements to lift and tighten trouble spots like the glutes, hips, and thighs. The core program targets the deep abdominal muscles to help chisel your midsection.

Barre Class

Yamuna Body Rolling

Yamuna® Body Rolling (YBR) is a self-care practice that uses various sized balls focused on particular areas of the body to create self-traction, activate underused areas, lengthen muscles and offer joints a way to rebalance.

YBR routines help participants work with core strength to improve overall alignment that can help with efficiency of movement and rehab in areas that are out of balance or injured. The routines and feedback from the balls offer a slow and organic way to unwind from the inside out, allowing participants to discover and bring awareness to patterns and compensations in movement and to embody the actual and appropriate use of muscles and joints.

YBR routines provide bone stimulation and helps reduce the impact on overused areas so that bones stay strong and healthy (rather than getting brittle) throughout the aging process. These classes complement everything from a daily walk or vigorous run to yoga and gym workouts to your PT and chiropractic visits and offer a unique mind–body exploration that helps participants experience their anatomy in order rehab, undo old patterns and incorporate healthy movement.