Pilates in Geneva


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  • Fox River Pilates Center
    Perched along the banks of the Fox River in downtown Geneva, Fox River Pilates Center accedes to the picturesque views that flow freely into its state-of-the-art studio. There, Instructors at the FRPC lead students through mat, equipment, and private Pilates sessions, infusing their deep understanding of Pilates' philosophies into every gathering. The fun, yet meaningful aura that the instructors have created complements the studio's earthy d?cor, which the pair considers another element on the road to inner peace.
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    1 W State St
    Geneva, IL US
  • Bikram Yoga St. Charles
    With classes offered throughout the day, students flock to the 105-degree studios of New Level Hot Yoga, ready to strike confident poses under the direction of experienced instructors. Each 45- to 90-minute class helps students find inner peace and outer health as they sweat out toxins, lengthen muscles, and find respite from packs of predatory ice-hockey players. The studio welcomes students of all abilities, including kids from time to time. No matter your experience level, the studio's balmy heat helps even the tightest of tendons sink into yoga postures.
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    255 38th Ave.
    St. Charles, IL US
  • Inner Elements Pilates
    Inner Elements owner Charlotte Trux and her staff of highly trained instructors fortify core muscles with Pilates and Gyrotonic techniques, as well as attending to overall wellness with massage, acupuncture, and weight-management coaching. Sturdy, wooden Pilates machines stretch and strengthen muscles with varying levels of resistance under the supervision of an experienced instructor. The Gyrotonic expansion system strengthens ligaments and keeps hesitant planets on their axes with a combination of rotation and support. Gentle massage kneads loosen tight muscle knots and alternative medicine techniques such as reiki and acupuncture work to realign the body's energy flow to work to treat a variety of ailments.
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    1001 E Wilson St
    Batavia, IL US
  • Tease Dance and Fitness
    Kristin was nervous before her first pole-dancing class. Sure, she?d spent years as a fitness specialist with a background in classical dance, but she was also working as the volunteer director at her church. What would people think? At her first turn around the pole, however, her fears vanished. ?I felt like a goddess and an acrobat,? she says. Today, Kristin is a certified pole instructor, a master trainer for Pole Move, Inc, and a member of the Pole Fitness Association. Inside her 3,400-square-foot studio, she works alongside 16 PFA-certified instructors to teach women body acceptance through pole dancing. More than 3,000 female students so far have sampled the studio's liberating, confidence-boosting classes. There's a broad selection of class types, including eight stages of pole dancing, burlesque, aerobic classes, core conditioning, aerial silks, and aerial yoga. Each class caps attendance at 10 students to ensure instructors know everyone?s name and favorite sandwich, and that they can keep an eye out for safety and technique.
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    4222 Meridian Pkwy.
    Aurora, IL US
  • Core Value Pilates
    Some workouts leave the exerciser feeling exhausted, but after a Pilates workout, it's generally the opposite. Thanks to the smooth, flowing motions and the focus on breathing techniques, students leave a Pilates session refreshed and energized. Core Value Pilates' classes are no exception. The studio's experienced instructors are focused on helping students achieve their fitness goals while also improving their overall wellbeing. Students can choose between mat or equipment classes at this STOTT Pilates Studio, and they can opt for either group classes or private sessions. Vinyasa style yoga classes are also available, a style that focuses on the synchronization of breathing with movement.
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    4048 Fox Valley Center Dr.
    Aurora, IL US
  • Wheaton Sport Center
    Wheaton Sport Center's expert Pilates trainers fortify cores with personalized workouts that match the distinct fitness goals and abilities of every participant. Consisting of three to five students, the six-week, semiprivate Pilates reformer sessions tone, tighten, and align bodies throughout 55–60 minutes of varied exercises that help to enhance muscular balance, improve posture, and distinguish left wrists from anterior cruciate ligaments. First-time participants can skip the fundamentals course required to register for the session and instead receive a general orientation during their first class. Each week, the challenging, nonstop circuit workout conjures up full-body aerobics by rotating through simple mat exercises, dynamic machine routines, and exercises with Pilates props from gym-set productions of A Streetcar Named Desire.
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    1000 W Prairie Ave
    Wheaton, IL US
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