Arrival – On your first day, come about five minutes early to fill out your health history and informed consent
What to wear – We require that you wear grip socks for your safety. You can purchase some from us or online.
As for clothes, just wear something you’re comfortable in. As long as it’s not too loose so as to make sure it doesn’t get caught in the equipment and the instructor can see how your body is moving.
What to bring – Nothing! We provide all equipment needed to exercise.
What to be prepared for – MOVING YOUR BODY!
We have a bathroom in the back that is free for you to use!
While we would never claim to heal or “fix” you, our instructors are educated in ways to modify the exercises they teach so you won’t have to sit on the sidelines.
If you do have an injury, be sure to let your instructor know and if you have recently seen a doctor for surgery or an injury, make sure you have a note from the doctor releasing you to do pilates.
If you have purchased our 12 session package, we offer 2 make up sessions per package. Given that you have provided us with a 24 hour notice that you will be missing your session, we will do our best to get you in for a makeup session.
If you are doing a drop in, please give us 24 hours notice and we will reschedule for another day. You have 3 months before your drop in purchase expires, so if you can’t make your originally scheduled session, try to get with us as soon as you can!
Yes, it is very difficult for us to find people for you. Plus, if you are going to do a duo or trio, it’s more fun to do it with people you know!
Whether you are a couch potato or a triathlete looking to enhance your sport and performance, or a mom, dad, or grandparent that just wants to keep playing with the kids for years to come, pilates can work for you!
Level II Stott/Merrithew Pilates Matwork, Reformer, Cadillac, Chair and Barrels, Injury and Special Populations
Pure Pilates studio founder and instructor, 2006 -2020
Cindy’s extensive Pilates education and teaching experience began in 1999. After many years of continuous studies and working in health club management and instruction she chose to extend her knowledge base in physical therapy and became a Physical Therapist Assistant. After working 5 years in physical therapy she decided she wanted to pursue her pilates training. Cindy received her full Level II STOTT Pilates training in Mat, Reformer, Cadillac, Barrels and Injuries and Special Populations in 1999. She also has an extensive background in specialty training for those with orthopedic conditions, back conditions, osteoporosis, breast cancer rehabilitation, arthritis and many other areas. Cindy completed the Pilates for Neurological Conditions course through Mariska Breland and Meghann Koppelle in order to offer services to those with Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis and other neurological conditions. Cindy’s belief in the pilates method, devotion to her education, and commitment to teaching with integrity, is the foundations of her success.