Pilates class for retirees

Retiree Classes

Restore physical vitality and enliven your mind.

The Experience

Rebuild muscle strength. Ignite endurance. Achieve longevity.

Our Retiree Classes are designed to reawaken dormant muscle and brain cells to restore your physical and mental vitality. A slower pace than our Rookie Level Classes, the focus of our Retiree Classes is on your form, not speed; which decreases the difficulty level, without reducing the benefits for you.

 

Each class gets virtually every part of your body moving. As your instructor gently guides you through each exercise, you regain muscle suppleness, develop your body uniformly, correct poor posture, invigorate your mind and elevate your spirit. 

 

Classes will have you using three of the major pieces of Pilates equipment, (the reformer, tower and spine corrector) with the chair and mat making occasional appearances. 

 

You will feel revitalized with strength and confidence as you regain the ability to perform your daily activities, walk, run and travel for long distances without undue body fatigue or mental strain. And this will be no means be the end.

 

Age is only a number. Our Retiree Classes will help you turn back the clock.

*Our Retiree Classes are booked individually. View our class schedule.

What to Expect

  • Exercises personalized to your ability 
  • A decreased pace & exercise difficulty level (compared to our other group classes)
  • Attentive, knowledgeable & hands-on instruction 
  • Instructors that are mindful of age & stage
  • An intimate, motivating & supportive group atmosphere 
  • Exercise variety (to keep your mind stimulated & muscles engaged)
  • Logical exercise progressions (to keep you safe)
  • Increased strength, flexibility & physical vitality
  • Improved posture & body awareness
  • Decreased stress levels
  • Improved mental clarity & invigoration
  • Feelings of strength & empowerment

What to Wear

Breathable, comfortable fitness clothing without zippers or buttons – whatever you would wear for yoga, weight training, etc. The more form-fitting your clothing is, the better your instructor will be able to see your alignment.

Prerequisite

Completion of three Private Classes or Five Duet Classes.

*If you have previous Pilates experience, you can challenge our prerequisite system. To challenge our system, book a single Private Class and be assessed to be given the green light to take our Retiree Classes.

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40 Classes

$ 1200
  • $30 /class
  • No expiry
  • Reformer, tower, chair, barrel & mat classes

20 Classes

$ 630
  • $31.50 /class
  • No expiry
  • Reformer, tower, chair, barrel & mat classes
Most Popular

10 Classes

$ 330
  • $33 /class
  • No expiry
  • Reformer, tower, chair, barrel & mat classes

5 Classes

$ 175
  • $35 /class
  • No expiry
  • Reformer, tower, chair, barrel & mat classes

1 Class

$ 38
  • Prerequisites required
  • No expiry
  • Reformer, tower, chair, barrel & mat classes

40 Classes

$ 1200
  • $30 /class
  • No expiry
  • Reformer, tower, chair, barrel & mat classes

20 Classes

$ 630
  • $31.50 /class
  • No expiry
  • Reformer, tower, chair, barrel & mat classes
Most Popular

10 Classes

$ 330
  • $33 /class
  • No expiry
  • Reformer, tower, chair, barrel & mat classes

5 Classes

$ 175
  • $35 /class
  • No expiry
  • Reformer, tower, chair, barrel & mat classes

1 Class

$ 38
  • Prerequisites required
  • No expiry
  • Reformer, tower, chair, barrel & mat classes

FAQ

How many students are in each class?

To allow our instructors to work closely with you, there is a maximum of 4 students per class.

 

How long is a class?

Each Retiree Class is 55-minutes.

 

When does a class package expire?

We don’t believe in expiry dates for class packages. They will never expire.

 

What is your cancellation policy?

A minimum of 24 hours notice is required to cancel a class. If less than 24 hours notice is given, your missed class will come off of your package. You can cancel a class easily online after logging into your account.

 

What style of Pilates is taught?

We teach Classical Pilates in the tradition of Romana Kryzanowska; who was a student of Joseph and Clara Pilates. Our practice is true to Joseph Pilates method, but authentic to us. It is as smart and transformative, as it is energizing and fun.

 

What exactly is Pilates?

Pilates is a physical fitness system developed about a hundred years ago by a man named Joseph Pilates. Some ingenious equipment is used, all having large springs for resistance. Pilates might be thought of as weight training meets gymnastics meets yoga.

 

What exactly does Pilates do? What are the benefits?

Pilates provides students with a number of key benefits. It improves strength, flexibility, circulation, posture and stamina while decompressing joints, relieving stress (both physical and mental) and developing mental control.

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