What is Pilates?
Pilates trains the body as an integrated whole--focusing on lower body strength, flexibility, posture, and the core. This type of workout promotes strength, balanced muscle development, and increased range of motion for the joints.
Joseph H. Pilates, the creator of Pilates, came to believe that the "modern" lifestyle of bad posture and inefficient breathing lay at the roots of poor health. He created a revolutionary new way to work out the body by devising a new series of exercises, training techniques, and equipment. His methods focused on control and technique instead of heavy weights and reps.
The result is what some now refer to as "the new fountain of youth".
"You will feel better in 10 sessions, look better in 20 sessions, & be a completely new body in 30 sessions."
- Joseph Pilates
Long, Strong Muscles
Higher Core Strength
Higher Energy Levels
Connected Body & Mind
About Our Instructor
Andrea Bridges was hand-picked to train at the prestigious Romana's Pilates Certification Program in New York where she was taught by one of Joseph Pilates' original students and has over 15 years of experience teaching Pilates.
Her knowledge of the body and understanding of how to work in your favor to aid in your strengthening process knows no bounds. Her kindness, compassion, and understanding is what keeps her clients loyal and committed. She is dedicated to using the classical Pilates technique to improve your overall wellbeing by constantly challenging you and pushing you to your limits.