Pilates in San Francisco


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  • Crunch Ftiness
    Crunch caters to exercisers of all interests and fitness levels, cramming each state-of-the-art fitness facility with name-brand equipment and a welcoming, nonjudgmental attitude. Members have the opportunity to pay for access to each club's diverse syllabi of classes, organized into categories such as action sports, chill outs, and dance rhythms. DIESEL classes incorporate interval training with cardio interval bursts for a total-body workout. Fat Burning Pilates combines cardio- and Pilates-based toning to help cut out cellulite. Aerobics with an Attitude sends students in a free-spirited dance workout without any rules or judgment. Crunch also offers personal-training sessions that begin with a physical assessment and include a comprehensive body-composition analysis. One-on-one drills foster the seeds of self-improvement, as this level of personal attention allows the experts to forge an engaging workout as well as a custom nutrition plan for each exerciser. Even if clients can't make it to the gym, Crunch Live turns any living room or office into a workout space with an online video library of over 35 workouts. Students sweat and move along at home to easy-to-follow exercise routines led by energetic trainers as they tone targeted muscle groups and burn fat with courses in yoga, core strength, workouts for athletes, or Pilates.
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    2330 Polk St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Bikram Yoga Seacliff
    The instructors at Bikram Hot Yoga Seacliff embody a commitment to wellness through the method's 26 postures. Demonstrating their dedication, the CPR-certified teachers must undergo recertification every three years, ensuring that they can lead classes in the studio's 105-degree heat. Their 90-minute sessions bend and stretch through Bikram's poses in a progressive order, a sequence that both warms and limbers up the body's connective tissues. As the steamy temperatures flush out toxins through sweat, newly oxygenated blood refreshes every part of the physique. The staff encourages guests to cultivate a deep understanding of technique rather than a drive to quickly perfect it, reassuring them that "there is no standard of comparison except yourself."
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    6300 California Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • bodyFi
    At BodyFi, a quality coterie of personal trainers reform bodies with nutritional analysis, personal training and Pilates courses, as well as group fitness classes, which have garnered praise from Details magazine. Group classes accommodate no more than 12 beginning students or 14 advanced students and include ViPR, HardCORE, TRX, Barre Boot Camp, and kettlebell workouts. Personal training fills 30?60-minute time slots with routines customized for women, men, partners, and man-camel hybrids.
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    2310 Mission St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • California Yoga Company San Francisco
    Brian Monnier has built California Yoga Company around that theory, infusing the atmosphere with a fun attitude. Here, classes incorporate the Monnier Method?a physically-intense form of yoga designed to detox the body and prevent injuries in heated rooms. Beginner and seasoned attendees alike can benefit from the sweat-inducing classes, where instructors can recommend improvements to each student's style.
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    1830 Polk Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Club One
    Club One's clean, eco-friendly facilities furnish fitness fanatics with access to hundreds of weekly classes, as well as pools, saunas, and state-of-the-art cardio contraptions. Over the course of the week-long membership, the only limiting factor to how many workout sessions you attend, including spinning, kickboxing, aqua fit, Pilates, and 12 types of yoga, is the tendency of the human body to catch on fire from sustained friction. Schedules and fitness features vary by location.
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    1 Sansome St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • The Corner Studio
    Nicole Dessoye spent much of her professional career as a dancer, discovering Pilates as a way to help her body recover from injuries and continue working at peak performance. Her studies of the discipline empowered her to take charge of her own well-being. She discovered a sense of personal responsibility about her health, a feeling she realized that many had not yet discovered. She co-founded The Corner Studio to share fitness, motivation, and the inspiration to care for oneself with as many students as possible. She and her alliance of 10 other instructors teach multiple forms of Pilates, from the classic matwork to advanced exercises that make use of the many machines that Joseph Pilates invented. They improve range of motion and joint health with Gyrotonic classes, an exercise method based on circular, three-dimensional movements. For full-body strength and endurance conditioning, they turn to G.I.T. Fit circuit training, which blends modern implements such as kettlebells and TRX suspension harnesses with more ancient methods, including jump roping and fossil lifting.
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    1910 Bryant St
    San Francisco, CA US

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