How quickly will I see results?

Everybody is different. On average, if you begin attending class 2-3 days a week, you will start to see and feel changes by the end of week two and you will notice a big difference in your overall strength after 30 days.

  • Wear comfortable workout clothes.
  • Water is provided.
  • Towels are provided.
  • Anti Slip socks or barefoot

I’m thrilled that you’re thinking about getting into shape with me! Pilatesbyme is a very efficient and effective way to burn fat and build muscle. We start slow and work hard to get you in shape and feel strong and lean all I need from you is your commitment and readiness to be consistent.


Pilatesbyme works your slow-twitch muscles to failure. Using absolutely no momentum, digging deep into your muscle fibers, asking your muscles to remain in constant tension. You will feel an intensity like you have never felt before. Triathletes, marathoners, cross fitters, and athletes of all levels say Pilates is the hardest workout they have ever tried but they all say they love the way they feel after class!

Once a week is great … 2 times a week is better … and 3 times a week is amazing! And remember, Pilates doesn’t have to be your only exercise. … To help you, pilatesbyme studio has a variety of private, small group, and classes to make Pilates part of your life every day!

Pilates is safe. One of the great things about Pilates is that the exercises can be adjusted and adapted for every client Pilates gets to the root of the problem. Pilates was developed specifically to strengthen and stabilize the core. Numerous recent studies have been done that find that Pilate is an effective way to help reduce pain and disability from back pain.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that adults complete at least 2.5 hours of moderately intense exercise per week. This can include physical activities ranging from walking around the block to gardening, dancing, raking leaves and so there are plenty of exercises that are wonderful for older adults but the best one of the options is Pilates.

Pilates was originally created and developed by Joseph Pilates as a way to help dancers condition their bodies and strengthen their cores. Today, Pilates works in much of the same manner. It incorporates slow, controlled movements that stretch and tone muscles, help improve posture and strengthen the core – all of which are imperative for seniors who need to better their balance and stability. Additionally, Pilates helps to elongate and re-align the spine, which helps with posture and limits muscle imbalance.

Pilates is suitable for all fitness levels because each exercise can be modified for beginners and progressed to more advanced stages for seasoned Pilates participants. This format is also great for those who can’t or prefer not to stand for long periods of time because most of the class is performed seated or lying down.

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