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Danville Pilates Center

Posted by in on 11-23-13

Danville Pilates Center

Our Danville Pilates Program focuses on the principles of utilizing core strength, body control, precision, and flow of functional movement with sequenced breath. Danville Pilates Center’s program is unique in that we are an intimate studio where I work with my clients in customizing their fitness goals. My evolved Pilates program emphasizes the fundamental connection that Pilates creates between the mind and the body. Centered on creating core strength in the deep muscles of the abdomen, back, and hips, Pilates helps with better body alignment and posture. Pilates sequencing involves whole body, multi-joint movements that require full range of motion, which builds strength while helping create long, lean, and defined muscles. Pilates is an excellent modality for all people, including women who are in their pre or post-natal stages, those who want to gain an edge in their athletic pursuits, and individuals needing rehabilitation.

Our private and group apparatus classes use the brand new Balanced Body®, Allegro® 2 Tower of Power reformers and a clinical Reformer/Tower. The most versatile reformers on the market, the Allegro® 2 Tower of Power allows clients endless possibilities in movement and training. Each session at Danville Pilates Center is a full body workout, customizable, and always challenging and engaging.

Danville Pilates Center takes a contemporary approach to our Pilates instruction, but maintains the traditional standards of precision and attention to quality. Contemporary Pilates is based on the original work of Joseph Pilates, but has been adapted to fit with modern scientific research regarding proper biomechanics. Heavily influenced by physical therapy, our Pilates instruction is informed by today’s knowledge about correct, functional movement.

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(925) 820-9100

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