Pilates & Diskboard

What to expect?

No matter if you are beginner or advanced Pilates practitioner, every session at JFit Pilates studio is tailored for client’s needs and goals.

On arrival, your posture will be assessed and further steps will follow depends on your body type and body condition on exact day of your session. I will guide you through different movements to help you mobilize your joints, strengthen your muscles and re balance your posture. The first time you take any new fitness program, it can be a little intimidating. That’s why The principles of Pilates will be explained to you, so you can understand Pilates terminology and feel more comfortable with performing movements. You will learn the basic movements and breathing patterns of Pilates, integrating the mind and body resulting in increased energy and relaxation. 

Rotational Diskboard is used especially for rehab clients or clients with a limited range of motion, this accessory has both horizontal and vertical mounting slots to accommodate a variety of positioning which is very beneficial in this case. 

What to wear?

Before your first ever session at JFit Pilates studio, you will receive an email about studio Policy with rules to read at home. Those rules will include many points including what to wear. Below you will find a few tips of what to wear to your session at JFit Pilates Studio.

Choose active wear that is stretchy but

By wearing fitted rather then loose active wear  I can see your movements better and your clothes don’t get caught in springs or other equipment. Some Pilates movements end with your legs in the air or your torso inverted,  loose clothing could ride up or fall down to be revealing. 

"Footwear-please for your session"

JFit studio runs high hygiene standard etiquette. Socks must be worn at all times for hygiene purposes. Jfit Pilates studio can provide (for additional cost) non-slip socks which are great to use on the equipment. Otherwise normal socks without the grip are fine.

"Zippers and other accessories are big

Repairs are costly and can cause downtime for the studio. Zippers, buckles, buttons attached to your active wear can severely damage the upholstered Pilates apparatus. Long necklaces and dangling bracelets can be distracting as well as dangerous if they get caught up in the equipment.

What to bring?

Drinking water and towels are provided.The only one thing you must bring with you is good vibe / positive energy.

“Happy client-Happy teacher”

“Change happens through movement and movement heals.”

Joseph Pilates

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