inBalance recommends 3-5 class per week to really feel the benefits of our program. See the pricing and membership page to see pricing incentives for extended commitments. We also have baby-sitting available for moms who want to work out!
*Indicates an inBalance signature class found exclusively at inBalance
This Pilates based class brings Pilates fundamentals together with dynamic stretching on the foam roller for the ultimate recovery class. Our bodies have been through the ringer all week, so we will use foam rollers and other props to assist in the recovery effort, all while creating a strong powerful core with pilates flow. Pilates=recovery=happy bodies
Pilates is intended to preserve the inspired evolution of Body Contrology, the work of Joseph and Clara Pilates. Working through spinal articulation, core strengthening exercises, coordination of the extremities, and flexibility, this class is the perfectfoundation for all of our high intensity classes at inBalance, as well as a beautiful compliant to any of our yoga or restore classes.
An inBalance original class, designed to help you relax, unwind, and tend to thosehard working muscles & joints.This class will combine gentle yoga flow, meditation, and deep stretching techniques, all set to myriad pranayama techniques (breathing) to soothe, calm or perhaps energize. This class is the perfect compliment to our high intensity inBalance workouts.
In this practice, students flow from one posture to another, synchronizing breathand movement. Often the class begins with sun salutations, standing poses, and balancing postures, then moves to seated forward-folds, twists, backbends and inversions. Exertion may range from mild to vigorous and emphasis will vary from class to class. Modifications and variations will be offered in a supportive way foreach person to practice comfortably.
These classes require an equipment pass or all inclusive pass to participate.
Sticking to more of a traditional approach to the reformer, this class will use the reformer, long and short box, as well as some Pilates props. Expect to move your body in all planes of motion and mobilize your spine in flexion, rotation, lateral flexion, and extension. We’re sticking to the basics here and bringing you the authentic Pilates experience!
Blending classical and contemporary Pilates exercises, this class will work through a series of dynamic movements that flow from one exercise to another. Using the Pilates reformer as well as various props to improve flexibility, coordination, core strength, endurance and posture. This class the just the beginning of your transformation journey on the reformer…
Everything you are looking for packed into one amazing class! We combine the muscle lengthening, core targeting, smooth-flowing sequences you love about our inBalance classes with just the right amount of intensity, creativity and ‘push you to your limits’ encouragement in this whole body sculpting class, all on the reformer. Be prepared to work hard, see results, and leave feeling empowered!
Get ready to jump into a more toned body. This class utilizes jump boards to combine low impact cardio with fitness style pilates. But don’t worry… this cardio class won’t skimp on giving you a balanced workout… we’ll cover buns, core and upper body as well, ensuring that you get a complete and balanced workout. Get ready to shake, sweat, lengthen and tone!
All things Pilates are working together here… reformer, chair, tower, mat, props, barrel…. you name it! Work every muscle in your body as we take you from one exercise to the next using ALL the things! We’re going to keep your muscles (and your brain!) guessing.
Can’t decide which class to take? Now you don’t have to! We’re combining some of our favorites with the reformer for a full body workout. Putting the reformer together with modalities like mat, TRX, Wunda chair, or try trampoline, this class won’t disappoint on the movement and the burn.
Late cancellations and missed bookings will be charged the full fee. A late cancellation is anyone who cancels with fewer than:
*Note that group classes must have at least 4 students and reformer classes must have at least 2.