Movement plays a vital role in remaining centered and healthy in body, mind and spirit. In this time of self-isolation, our goal is to bridge the gap, between the studio and your home, with meaningful and varied movement experiences virtually with live online classes, private sessions, and weekly At-Home Movement Tips.
Using the Zoom platform is very easy:
1. From your computer go to www.zoom.com and create an account; or download the Zoom app for your iPhone, iPad or Android device.
2. Find one of the online classes on our Schedule and sign-up.
3. Prior to class please go to our schedule and click on the class name you plan to attend. Here you can find the link you will need to join our 'meeting'. Simply copy and paste it into your search bar and you will be directed to our group class which Zoom refers to as a 'meeting'.
4. Find a space at home where you can set up your mat and still see the screen. We recommend placing your side body parallel to the screen. Make sure you have enough around you. Watch out for end tables and ceiling fans!
5. Please be sure to 'join the meeting' at least 5 minutes prior to class.
From small props and apparatus to home-use Reformers; Balanced Body makes the highest quality equipment available. We recommend the following pieces for virtual sessions.
Though not required, these are our favorite items for adding challenge, assistance, and variation to your sessions: a mat, small weights, a foam roller, a magic circle, a resistance band, a 1" or 2" cushion (to add support for the low back) and a small ball (6-8").
For the committed at-home mover, we also recommend a Pilates Arc, or a home-use Reformer.
Pilates Mat and Movement - Level I
Mondays @ 9:30am
Pilates Defined: Mat w/Small Weights
Tuesdays @ 6:15pm
Pilates Mat - Functional Core - Level II
Wednesdays @ 9:30am
Classic Pilates Mat
Thursdays @ 2:00pm
Movement for Mobility
Thursdays @ 4:15pm
Utilizing equipment that is available at your home, we will create a customized movement session to help you maintain fitness, posture and healthy movement patterns during self-isolation.
Virtual private sessions are appropriate for those who are injury free and does not replace in-person therapeutic exercise.
Those interested in learning more about virtual private sessions may contact us HERE.