How to Get Started?
Pure Movement offers virtual or in-person introductory sessions for $35.
The introductory private is 50 minutes.
An instructor will take you through the basic Pilates principles, including form, technique, breathing, and equipment usage.
In addition, your personal fitness and movement goals will be addressed, including any limitations you may have from previous injuries or surgeries. This is exceptionally important as many students continue into group classes.
Don't be afraid to ask questions: Pilates is a continuous, mindful journey and we want you to be as successful as possible.
Follow the link below to fill out a waiver, purchase the intro private, and then request an appointment.
If you have any issues with any of the steps or just want to chat, you may contact us via email at email@example.com or you can call or text us at 260-420-1000 to schedule your first appointment.
We are open six (6) days per week, and will flexibly schedule you with an instructor based on your goals, needs, and availability.
What to Expect?
What are the Class Levels?
Our levels are designed to meet you where you are in your fitness journey. As you master each exercise, you may want to consider new challenges by going up, or try going down, levels. We list out the precautions for each level.
Ideal for beginners, individuals recovering from injury or surgery, or to focus on the basics. Classes teach breathing techniques, exercise form, and equipment safety. When completing your introductory group package, we recommend sticking to level one and level two classes.
Modifications will be offered for those who have limitations due to joint pain, surgery, or recovery, a variety of props may be offered to aid or deepen an exercise. These classes will be tailored towards those at a beginner level:
- Flexion and extension of the spine
- Knee, hip, and ankle flexion and extension
- Abdominal work involving lifting the head, neck, and chest in flexion
- Planking exercises that flex the wrist and work the shoulders
- Exercises performed while balancing on the knee joint