A Private Studio offering Pilates Classes in Tucson, Arizona
Balance. Flexibility. Strength.
Pilates restores the body while improving your balance, posture, strength, and coordination. By working the spine in all directions and strengthening the core muscles, Pilates is not only an overall conditioning program but also truly a practice for quality of life.
A little more about Pilates...
The postural correction and core strengthening that a consistent practice creates not only improves how we look, it often results in pain relief and alleviates chronic pain completely. Having strong abdominal muscles protects the back, frequently a weak point due to our often sedentary, technology-driven lives.
The Pilates method produces lean, lithe physiques. Pilates speaks to today's concerns of alignment, injury prevention and correct breathing, while simultaneously stretching and strengthening. It's gentle enough to be performed by pregnant women, and sophisticated enough to challenge and train elite athletes.
Body Fundamentals offers Pilates classes in its boutique Tucson studio.
Classical Pilates, Progressive Pilates and Post-Rehabilitation Pilates.
Begin your Tucson Pilates practice today. Call: 520-299-6541.
Awareness . Balanced Muscle Development . Breathing . Control. Concentration . Centering . Precision . Rhythm . Whole Body Movement
SEMI-PRIVATE PILATES SESSIONS
Sessions are 50 minutes
Register for semi-private Pilates sessions so you and a partner can enjoy a mutually encouraging, exclusive Pilates experience. Pre-registration required.
Appropriate for: All levels - Beginner to Advanced
PRIVATE PILATES SESSIONS
Sessions are 50 minutes
Private Sessions are customized per each client’s needs and goals. At your Initial evaluation and first session you will complete a detailed intake to help us learn about your background and design a program plan. During that session we will conduct a postural evaluation and a detailed analysis of your current movement patterns.
Please allow 90 minutes for your Initial evaluation and first session.
Appropriate for: All levels
Tuesday - Saturday
Semi-Private and Private Lessons by Appointment
Please call: 520-299-6541
or email: email@example.com
Wunda Chair Quartets include: Mat work and Foam Roller techniques.
Chair Quartet: Beginning/Continuing
Chair Quartet: Beginning/Intermediate
Chair Quartet: Advanced/Master Class
Ideal for Pilates Instructors and and Advanced Pilates students
Tuesday - Friday: 9:00am - 6:30pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Tucson Studio Closure Dates 2018
The studio will be closed Thursday, Nov. 22- Monday, Nov. 26. We will re-open Tuesday, Nov. 27. Happy Thanksgiving!
Christmas/NewYear's Day 2018
The studio will be closed Tuesday, December 25th (Christmas) - Tuesday, January 1st (New Year's Day). We will re-open Wed. Jan. 2nd.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How often should I practice Pilates?
We recommend 2-3 hours a week for optimal results. One session a week will provide changes in the body, but it will take longer to see results. We recommend 2 private sessions and 1 group class or 2 group classes and 1 private session.
How soon will I notice results?
That depends. Each person has different needs that will determine how the body responds. However, most clients see results after 10 sessions.
If I have Parkinson's Disease (P.D.) can Pilates help?
Yes. One of the fundamental principles of Pilates is spinal alignment which aids in over-all Postural correction. Also, a consistent Pilates program results in balanced muscle development, and improved coordination and flexibility.
If I have a Pilates series package at Body Fundamentals, does it expire?
There is a time limit for use. All Pilates series packages must be used within 3 (three) months of purchase.
If I practice Yoga will Pilates still be beneficial?
Yes, they are a great complement to each other. While both focus on strength, flexibility and breathing, a Pilates practice takes it a step further by increasing core abdominal strength, which can help improve your Yoga practice.
Do I need cardio activities if I take Pilates?
Yes, Pilates is a non-impact, strengthening workout that only becomes cardiovascular at the advanced levels.
If I'm injured, can I still do the work?
Absolutely, the training is designed to meet the individual. Each program is customized to the client's specific needs.