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Group Classes

Studio 1

Pilates Mat, AIR®, Barre, Yoga, Zoom

These group classes, located in Studio 1 of our facility, range from Pilates foundations level to Advanced. We are an affiliate studio with Air® (aerial fitness), as well as offer Barre, Yoga, and online Zoom programming. All classes require pre-registration.

  • Single Class $20
  • 10 Class Package $160
  • Unlimited Monthly $119 (auto-renew)

*Class prices are for Studio 1 classes only and do not include group
Reformer/Equipment classes.

Studio 2

Group Reformer

Located in Studio 2 of our facility, we offer a variety of group Reformer classes. Some class formats also include work on other pieces of Pilates equipment, including the Springboard/Tower, Chair, and Jumpboard. We recommend everyone start with a complimentary 30-minute Intro to Reformer class before attending other class formats.

  • Single Class $28
  • 4 Classes $100
  • 8 Classes $180
  • 20 Classes $380

*Class prices are for Studio 2 classes only and do not include classes in Studio 1.

Due to limited space, all classes require pre-registration. No shows and late cancellations will be charged.

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These classes are reserved for PT patients, and taught by Physical Therapists. When ready, you will be encouraged by your therapists to learn the basics of our group class formats and best practices. Talk to your PT and/or the front desk about having your class pass added!

Inspired by Joseph Pilates’ traditional Mat sequence, these classes challenge the deep stabilizing muscles of the core (abdominals, inner thighs, outer thighs, and glutes). We offer a variety of levels, including Modified, Beginner, All Levels, and Advanced. Since Pilates movements are unique to the method, we always recommend starting with beginner level in order to develop your practice efficiently. Mat classes may include small props including the Magic Circle, Foam Roll, Bands, Small Weights, and/or the Arc Barrel.

These “non-traditional” mat classes borrow concepts from Pilates, Yoga & Barre for a fast-paced, challenging workout! Small props such as weights, balls, bands, foam rolls, the ballet barre, and the Magic Circle, may be utilized.

50-minute beginner class that introduces new clients to aerial exercises on hammocks. AIR® is an intense aerial fitness training program fusing elements of conditioning, Pilates, ballet, and HIIT (high-intensity interval training) on aerial hammocks. Regardless of its beginner pace, AIR® Foundation will deliver a challenging workout. No experience is required.

50-minute mixed-level flow class linking movements and power postures with the breath and hammock. AIR® Flow fuses basic to advanced yoga poses with aerial hammocks to allow for a full-body stretch that increases flexibility beyond what traditional yoga provides. Great for all levels – modifications and advanced cues will be given so students can practice to their personal edge.

A low-impact, high-result exercise class that is truly designed for everyone! Each class will tone and tighten your body by engaging your core with a combination of yoga, Pilates, and strength-training movements. All levels welcome.

Energetic vinyasa (flow) style of yoga linking breath and movement in challenging sequences to increase heart rate and strengthen muscles. Based on the principles of Baptiste Yoga, Power Flow is a full-body workout combined with mindfulness and relaxation. All levels welcomed.

These classes are offered as workshops at various times throughout the year. Please contact Cathriona Fey, our Pre/Postnatal Fitness Specialist, for more information. 708-422-0990.

This 30-minute class is reserved for those who have never taken a Reformer class at CORE and are interested in learning more about the programming. The instructor will teach you about the Reformer, as well as take you through a few basic exercises to experience what a class might be like, and can help you develop a plan for moving forward with your group reformer practice. One time per person, please!

Perfect for those new to the Pilates Method and/or in need of modifications/adaptations due to physical
limitations. Must be able to get on and off the reformer and up and down from the floor without assistance. A strong workout with detailed focus on the movement principles of Pilates.

Recommended for those who have taken several Foundations level classes; have no acute injury; and who have previous experience with the Pilates Method. Participants should be comfortable kneeling, standing, planking, and extending on the reformer and other
apparatuses. Please ask for PT permission if you are currently in Physical Therapy.

*Instructor approval required
Level 3 classes are reserved for Pilates students with 50+ attendances in group reformer classes who are injury free and who can extend, flex, stand, sidebend, rotate, kneel, and plank on the reformer. Participants should have mastery of the apparatus and its adjustments. Students in Level 3 are working toward proficiency in the traditional Pilates method.

These classes utilize springs, a concept borrowed from the Cadillac apparatus designed by Joseph Pilates. Adding springs to the practice challenges the Pilates movements by adding resistance, while also adding support and feedback to encourage proper form and technique. These classes, although challenging, are good for beginners as well as more advanced students.

This class utilizes the Jumpboard to offer a high intensity, cardio element to the basic Pilates format. Several traditional Reformer classes are recommended before participating in Jump classes. Not recommended for anyone with acute
foot, ankle, or knee injuries.