Restore & Re-align your Body
FLOW PILATES - REHABILITATION & PILATES STUDIO - We are here to help you Restore & realign your body. The purpose of Pilates is to build strength, awareness and harmony in both the mind and body. Our instructors are globally certified and trained to help correct any imbalances with your muscles so they can be structured on the skeleton the way they are meant to be. We focus on a combination of increasing range of motion and decreasing pain.
OUR VALUES evolve around the 6 principles of Pilates - Breath, Control, Concentration, Centering, Precision and FLOW in movements. Our goal is to help clients understand their body better and work with them on improving overall strength and flexibility; in turn, improving better posture and alignment.
Pilates incorporation of BREATHING and the CONNECTION of mind & body can also help improve a person’s mental well-being. Regular practice creates MENTAL CLARITY and calmness; increases BODY AWARENESS; relieves chronic stress patterns; relaxes the mind; CENTERS attention; and sharpens concentration.
“In 10 sessions, you will feel the difference. In 20, you will see the difference. And in 30, you’ll be on your way to having a whole new body.”Joseph Pilates: Founder of the Pilates Method
We can't wait to see you in class and work towards a healthier YOU!
First time pilates student to seasoned athletes , get started with our "Introductory Private Sessions" to meet the teachers, learn the new machines and get placed in a class suited to your level.
We offer a more intimate setting in our private room with 2 reformer/ tower equipments. In a 2 persons semi-private group session, we will create a personalized workout to address your individual needs.
* Prior to joining our group classes, you are required to complete the introductory private package or 4-week foundation series.
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*Note: All prices are per person. Prices include 5% GST.
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Certified Pilates Instructor NPCT / Co-Owner
Bilingual in basic Chinese and fluent in English. “Pilates develops the body uniformly, corrects wrong postures, restores physical vitality, invigorates the mind and elevates the spirit.” - Joseph Pilates
NPCT Certified Pilates Instructor
Bilingual - Fluent in English & Portuguese. PILATES is what I consider “Intelligent” exercise. Whether it be for athletic purposes, post-rehabilitation, fixing muscle imbalances, or getting rid of aches and pains, Pilates does it all.
NPCT Certified Pilates Instructor
“Pilates is complete coordination of body, mind and spirit.” -Joseph Pilates
Co-Owner / Website & Marketing
Co-Owner with Jenelle, Jamie looks after the maintenance of the equipment and the studio, as well as the website and social media. A former martial arts instructor, now an avid student of pilates.
The short answer is Yes.
As long as you are not in acute pain, and you have permission from your MD to start Pilates as a form of rehabilitation. Many doctors and chiropractors recommend Pilates as a rehabilitative tool. We work with you at a pace that is suitable to help strengthen muscles around the problem area.
Great Question !
A highly qualified, certified instructor goes through hundreds of hours of intense lectures, practical work, practice classes, teaching and observing in order to be certified. The Certification process can cost Thousands upon thousands of dollars. The drop out rate is also very high.
Our certified instructors are movement specialists rather than a class motivator that pushes you to sweat to a beat. We are of course not against other forms of exercise and Cardio. They all have their place and can compliment your Pilates workouts.However, you just will not get the same attention to detail in a regular gym class.
Your Pilates instructor will guide you in understanding how your body works and give detailed instructions to make the most out of every move. A deeper level of training will help you make changes within the body.
A good way to approach it is to think of the costs that you may incur from regular physio, chiro or massage treatments. While these certainly have their place and benefits, if your body is balanced correctly through proper instruction and movement, you will decrease and possibly stop the need for regular visits to them.
While it is not at first, commitment to the method will become a cardio workout.
It does take time to master the beginner work and to completely understand how you should be working within the body before you get to the pace where you achieve a cardio workout.But once you get there, Wow... Does it ever feel great !
We ask clients to bring a water bottle and to wear comfortable, workout wear. Nothing that is too baggy or bulky is good (no jeans).We have a change room if you prefer to change at the studio so please do not feel pressured to come in your workout attire.
We also ask clients to wear socks in class for hygienic reasons. We sell ToeSox in the studio. These socks have grips on the bottom to keep you from feeling unstable during your workout.
Pilates is safe enough to do every day. Initially you may want to start slow and work your way into a regular schedule.
Once you become consistent; then a good goal is to do it 3 times a week for the best results. As Joseph Pilates used to say, to do it at least three times a week.