We have two main class categories, Equipment and Mat Classes and each has is own pricing option. Equipment classes are any class using the Reformer, Springboard, or Chair. Any other class is a Mat class. Use the class level descriptions her to find the right class level for you.
As the class level number gets higher, you can expect more compilated movements, higher intensity and a greater strength and stability challenge.
This class is a great movement experience for any experience level including beginners. These class will be suited to those with injuries/illnesses.
Some experience required. Some classes with this level marking will not be suitable for certain injuries/illnesses. A larger Pilates repertoire is used in these classes. When listed as a 1/2 split multiple levels will be offered.
In order to attend this class, you must have attended at least 10 Equipment classes at Stretch Collective. Please inquire before signing up if you have injuries or illnesses. When listed as a 2/3 split multiple levels will be offered.
This class is a MUST TRY! The instructor utilizes the amazing piece of Pilates equipment, called the Reformer. The classes are small in size to ensure you receive exceptional instruction, intelligent sequencing, and personalized feedback every single time! Our state of the art reformers use spring resistance, infinity footbars, and specialized props for targeted strengthening, stretching, and to maximize your body’s potential. Reformer Jumpboard uses a padded Jumpboard at the end of our Allegro 2 Reformers similar to how you would use a trampoline.
This class uses a wall-mounted Springboard apparatus and elements of Pilates mat for a brilliant full-body workout with resistance. We apply a range of spring tensions to tone muscles and challenge core stability. Springs move individually, instead of as a pair. The separate springs emphasize asymmetries, as you challenge your extremities independently. The springboard creates infinite functional movement combinations that are certain to challenge both newbies and seasoned Pilates devotees alike. You will learn about your body and feel stronger after our Pilates Spring classes!
The Pilates Chair is one of the most challenging pieces of Equipment. This small but mighty apparatus will challenge your balance and stability like no other. We recommend already having a fair amount of Pilates experience before jumping into this class. The split pedal design of this chair will allow for single-limb isolations increasing your coordination and proprioception.
Is a modern take on the classic Pilates mat workout, incorporating various props, lightweights, and contemporary variations of the exercises. You will increase core strength, flexibility, balance, and endurance. Exercises are presented at multiple levels, which will allow you to choose to work at a beginner, intermediate, or advanced pace. You will develop a strong core, strengthen muscles, develop healthier movement patterns, and feel strong.
Barre is a perfect balance of muscle-sculpting, cardio, and postural alignment. Come groove to our upbeat music while you rev up your metabolism, sweat, and feel the burn! It is an empowering Ballet inspired workout for your whole body. utilizing the wall-mounted Ballet Barre. Experience increased strength, coordination, and balance in this fun and challenging class. Hand weights, balls, and bands are often utilized. All levels, not recommended for acute knee or back injuries.
Yoga is an ancient practice brought to us by the gurus of India based on the writing in the Hatha Pradipika. Yoga combines breathing techniques, movement, stillness, and mindfulness to create a practice that unifies mind and body. We offer many forms of yoga all with varying levels of movement intensity, stretch, and stillness. All our yoga classes end in a savasana or corpse pose.
Flow Yoga: Poses sequenced together and flowing at one breath per movement. Physically challenging.
Slow Flow Yoga: Slow-moving sequences of multiple breaths per movement, ending in a stretch focus. Also offered as a gentle version.
Yin Yoga: Yin postures are held for three to five minutes to allow your body time to move into deeper connective tissues.
Restore Yoga: This practice uses props to be fully supported and very little to no stretch is felt. This is to provide total body relaxation and support.
Stretch is an addition to any of our Pilates or Barre class types. When you see this in a class title, it means it takes elements from Yoga and/or typical stretching postures and brings them into the listed class style. This class will give an added focus to the lengthening aspect of the movement an increased focus on mobility and flexibility.