In a large penthouse studio, instructors lead group classes including SilkSuspension, which combines Pilates, aerial silks, and suspension
What You'll Get
Pilates classes are an appropriate place to build muscle tone and an inappropriate place to test your hypothesis that everyone sweats different flavors. Work up a healthy sweat with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$59 for one of the following packages (up to a $115 value):
- 5 group mat classes (a $115 value)
- Three group equipment classes (a $108 value)
$99 for one of the following packages (up to a $218 value):
- 10 group mat classes (a $218 value)
- Six group equipment classes (a $216 value)
Mat classes—such as Mat Pilates Plus, Barres & Belles, and Cardiolates—shape cores with a traditional mat workout enhanced by resistance bands, foam rollers, and Pilates rings. Equipment classes—such as Pilates Reformer, Silk-Suspension, and CoreAlign—incorporate the Wunda Chair, suspension exercise, and the Pilates Reformer to isolate muscle groups and build strength and balance. See the class schedule for specific times; this deal is valid for all beginner group mat or equipment classes.
The Fine Print
About Pilates on Fifth
More than a decade ago, sisters, Katherine and Kimberly Corp opened Pilates on Fifth in a 5,000-square-foot penthouse high above the core of midtown Manhattan. Though the tiny crowds on the streets below continue to bustle through their busy lives, the sprawling studio's mission has remained steady: aided by equipment such as reformers, Cadillac chairs, and barre bars, a staff of instructors coaches and motivates students as they build strength and balance in a variety of classes. With backgrounds ranging from stints with the Rockettes to studies in sports medicine, the teachers lead groups in everything from CoreAlign—a fast-paced flow of aerobic workouts that help strengthen the core to their newest class addition, SilkSuspension. In this class, clients can get a total body workout by performing exercises while suspended from aerial silks. Kimberly and Katherine started online video workouts back in 2008, and have accumulated over 150 workouts in the process. All workouts can be sorted by length, level, body part targeted, and prop, so that you can fit your exercises into the busiest of schedules.