Pilates in Tulsa


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  • The Yoga Room Tulsa
    Though contained within a 2,700 square-foot studio, The Yoga Room's instructors still manage to explore every corner of classic and modern yoga traditions. They teach more that 30 classes a week, including gentle sessions designed to encourage beginners to give yoga a try and others fueled by billboard-topping songs that develop a rhythmic flow from pose to pose. Their second-story space is a full-service space with all the amenities of a yoga studio, including showers, props, a full sound system, and yoga mats.
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    3403 S Peoria Ave.
    Tulsa, OK US
  • Inner Peace Yoga
    Inner Peace's studio is a beautiful space in which to surround the self while engaging in the ancient practice of yoga. The custom-designed facility boasts a gleaming, 1,077-square-foot yoga floor built from Lisbon natural cork. With today's deal, partake in six of the 27 group yoga classes offered each week, including options for folks from every fork of the fitness footway, from non-nimble neophytes to seasoned veterans as flexible as a pair of bicycle shorts. The staff of experienced instructors has both the wisdom and stretchiness to teach numerous yoga styles, including Ashtanga, Vinyasa, power yoga in a heated studio, soft yoga for beginners or those seeking a chance to slow down and breathe, and yoga jam, which doesn't involve canned preserves but does involve energetic music and a quick flow of postures.
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    7718 E. 91st street, Suite 160
    Tulsa, OK US
  • Pure Barre Tulsa
    Pure Barre's first-ever class was held in a basement with no clients, signs, or even a bathroom. Little more than a pipe dream beneath pipes, it nevertheless endured, thanks to the passion of founder Carrie Rezabek Dorr. Her drive, and the quality of the workout, led the business to grow to more than 230 studios worldwide, including two Tulsa locations. Megan, co-owner of the Tulsa branch, says she and a friend discovered the class in Dallas, then turned to the workout's DVDs for more. Soon they noticed their bodies changing while enjoying the workout's energetic music and decided they wanted to share the ballet-inspired exercises with their community. After the first two weeks of being open, they knew they'd made a positive impact when a client popped in to say: "I have been working out with a personal trainer for over two months with little results, [yet] I have been taking Purre Barre for two weeks and have lost three inches and six pounds." With clients of all ages and fitness levels participating, Megan and her team hope they can help other clients reach their fitness goals, too.
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    8921 South Yale Avenue
    Tulsa, OK US
  • Sculpt Tulsa
    The original barre workouts began in 1959, when German ballet dancer Lotte Berk injured her back and required rehab. She decided to combine her ballet barre work with her rehab exercises and, thus, one of the most effective workout programs was born. Sculpt Tulsa's Marlene Martindale, inspired by her lifetime of marathon running, triathlons, and group exercise instruction, has improved upon the original barre method by incorporating her personal training and rehabilitation experience. Sculpt Barre combines traditional barre exercises with Pilates for targeted, small muscular movements. This works muscles that are often neglected by other exercise programs. Martindale's clients can look forward to toned abs, a lifted butt, stronger ankles, and pinkie fingers that can chop through taut floss. Also available are TRX classes, which use gravity and body weight resistance to increase balance, coordination, and flexibility while strengthening the core muscles.
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    4329 S Peoria Ave, Ste 350
    Tulsa, OK US
  • Carbon Tulsa South Pilates
    After more than a decade of teaching Pilates, Leah Bowles wanted more. She forged a new path by inventing a workout that incorporates more than 400 proprietary, low-impact Pilates exercises with a general exercise routine. This new movement is known as the Carbon Method, which certified trainers teach at each Carbon Pilates studio. In addition to providing a muscle-toning, metabolism-boosting workout for clients of varying fitness levels, the method is gentle enough to improve individuals' strength and post- injury or surgery but rigorous enough for triathlete training. The trainers lead a variety of workouts?including small group Mat, Reformer, Spin, and Tower classes, or semi-private and private classes on apparatuses like the Cadillac?depending on the students' goals. Carbon Pilates also has no contracts or initiation or membership fees, allowing clients to select the workout package that best fits their needs.
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    9118 S. Sheridan Rd.
    Tulsa, OK US
  • Bai Lan Studio
    Bai Lan has been perfecting her dance technique for most of her life. At age 11, she was chosen to attend the prestigious National Ballet school of China, and she continued to dance professionally for more than 20 years, garnering awards at the International Ballet competition and the first Chinese ballet competition. She brings her years of classical ballet training, performance, and teaching methodology to her classes at Bai Lan Studio. Here, students of all ages and fitness levels can master pirouettes and leaps in ballet, shuffle ball changes in tap, and freeform movements in modern-dance classes. In addition to classic dance classes, she offers fitness-based classes including Pilates, Zumba, and yoga to help patrons carve ballerina-like physiques petite enough to fit into jewelry boxes.
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    1748 S Harvard Ave.
    Tulsa, OK US
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