In the Victorian era, people made their cores look tight by wearing corsets, which doubled as bulletproof vests during pistol duels. Strengthen your core until it's naturally impervious to bullets instead with today's deal: for $29, you get five three-person Pilates sessions over the course of one month (a $100 value) at Dunedin Pilates Studio.
Dunedin Pilates veteran Karen Mirlenbrink has trained professional athletes, dancers, and clients coping with orthopedic issues and serious illnesses using traditional Pilates techniques. These techniques also benefit those simply looking for an effective body-changing workout. Three small-group sessions are conducted with just two other attendees, providing individualized feedback and strategies tailored to future fitness goals. Classes at Dunedin combine exercises that use reformer machines, floor mats, and stability balls for toning and stretching. This trinity of training methods challenges core muscles and prepares the body for strenuous games of post-class war-elephant polo.
In addition to transforming the way your body looks, you'll increase flexibility, agility, and range of motion. A marked improvement in posture eases back pain and brings diminutive participants one step closer to the common goal of treasure hunting on the tops of local refrigerators.