New Clients

Student and Teacher Lesson

Discover the joy of Pilates and transform your body, mind, and spirit.

Limited time offer: Beginner Pilates Class

Beginner Pilates Class Flyer

New Client Special = Three 55-minute private lessons @ $260


During the introductory series, you will work one-on-one with a teacher to create a strong Pilates foundation upon which you can build. Our new client series should take no longer than two weeks to complete. One week is even better.

Your First Lesson 

Be sure to arrive at least 10 minutes early to allow ample time to finish registration. Visit our FAQ page for more information on our location, parking, what to wear, and more.

The first lesson can be a little disorienting for everyone, as there is no body conditioning system quite like the Pilates method. Even seasoned athletes can experience difficulty executing the exercises properly. All things worthwhile take time and regular practice. Your teachers have been doing this for decades and are still works in progress.

How Often Should I Practice Pilates?

The benefits of Pilates are endless, but they only show up as much as you do, so you have to put in the work. Transformation requires commitment. Commitment consists of a regular, focused practice (2-4 times per week).

“Before my first visit to Strong Body I had never done Pilates, but Keion and Nicole were super friendly, helpful and welcoming. Now I go every week and don’t know what I did without Pilates!” Alex C.


Make lasting change that makes a difference in how you look, feel, and move.

Here’s How Pilates Can Help:

  • Regain strength and mobility after surgery. Increase strength and function before surgery, to ensure a faster, easier recovery.
  • Athletes practice Pilates to improve their game, to increase stamina and reaction time, to prevent injury and to diminish pain.
  • Pilates is an unprecedented mind-body practice that not only reduces stress, but also develops concentration, connection, and control (the Pilates method was originally referred to as body Contrology, after all). The culmination of a traditional Pilates practice increases confidence, vitality, and an overall sense of wellbeing, which proliferates throughout all aspects of life.
  • You are as young as you feel and as Joe Pilates contends, the pliability and function of your spine directly relates to your quality of life. Many of our older clients practice Pilates to maintain optimal balance, strength, and function -- to keep up with the kids and grandkids, to delay use of mobilization aids like wheelchairs, and to maintain the energy to enjoy activities with friends and family.
  • Sedentary jobs and jobs that require repetitive motion create weakness, imbalance, and added stress. Pilates rebalances, rejuvenates, and reestablishes healthy movement patterns, thereby preventing injury and keeping you functionally moving throughout life.