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What are your refunds & cancellation policies?
• 24 hours’ notice required for all cancelations.

• If less than 24 hours’ notice is given for a cancelation, the client may be charged the full price of the session.

• If space has been reserved in a Mat, Reformer or equipment class and the client “No Shows”, the client will be charged the drop-in rate for that class.

• Payments must be received before the day of a session

• No refunds. Purchases may be exchanged for studio credit.

• All sessions and class packages have an expiration date.

• Returned checks will be subject to a $25.00 service charge.

Where can I park?
We have plenty of free parking around our studio including handicap and reserved parking in front of the building.

Is the studio available for practice to students?

The studio is available during business hours Monday - Thursday, 8:00 - 4:30. Fridays vary based on education offerings. If the studio is busy when you arrive, we request that you use the time for observation. Otherwise, it is available for Observation and self-practice with priority to our clients. There are days when evenings are available. Please get in touch with the studio on the morning of to confirm evening availability.

What are your COVID protocols?
• We follow the current CDC and State guidelines for Covid.

• All equipment must be wiped down after use with a hospital grade disinfectant

Is there a dress code?
• Please dress as you feel comfortable. You will be moving, and the instructor will need to see your body, but your comfort is top priority.

• Socks are requested but not required.

Do I have to be a member to come to the studio?
We do not offer memberships. All clients must either have purchased sessions or classes to attend at the studio.

How long is a typical session/class?
Unless otherwise stated, all sessions and classes are 55 to 60 minute in duration.

What is Pilates?
The Pilates Method is an approach to mind and body integration that was created Joseph Pilates in the 1920s. The fundamental principles focus on balance concentration, control, center, awareness, and breath. BASI Pilates added flow and harmony for a more holistic and mind/body approach. Pilates enhances a core strength that increases flexibility, coordination and improve activities of daily living. Pilates engages the entire person not just muscles. It will help improve stamina, posture, alignment, and core strength.

Do I need to be in shape to do Pilates?
Pilates is the perfect complement for new mothers and mothers to be. We recommend that before beginning any exercise program to check with your medical professional to make sure it is safe for you and your baby. If you are already doing Pilates, we would like a medical release for you to continue exercising for each trimester.

Can I do Pilates while pregnant or if I recently gave birth?
Absolutely! As long as you are cleared to exercise by your doctor, our Studio Coordinator can make recommendations for you based on your level of Pilates experience.

How soon will I start to see results with Pilates?
Like any other exercise program, it is more than just the exercise. It is a combination of eating habits, water intake, frequency of exercise. We recommend that to see results to participate in Pilates at least 2 to 3 times a week or a combination of other movement practices. Everyone responds differently but you can expect to feel and see a difference after 30 sessions of consistent practice.

Should I continue to do other workouts while doing Pilates?
Pilates is the perfect stand-alone workout, but it is also an excellent complement to other training programs. Combining Pilates with other forms of cardio exercise and strength training, plus a balanced nutrition is an effective way to tone your muscles and keep you healthy for other activities.

Do I have to be flexible to do pilates?
NO, absolutely not! Flexibility is important for overall healthy movement, but it will come with regular practice.

Is Pilates the same or like Yoga?
Like Yoga, there are many benefits to Pilates. Pilates helps increase strength, flexibility, and muscle tone with an emphasis on postural alignment and functional movement and flexibility. Both are considered low impact forms for exercise. The main difference is that in Yoga you adopt a position and hold it or flow into a different position. In Pilates, you adopt a position then challenge your core by moving your arms and/or legs. Pilates applies a resistance system using springs, bands or rings to increase the strength aspect.

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