Though "the core" was once accessed solely by way of Icelandic volcano, scientists have proven that, like compassion and red dye no. 2, a bit of the core is always inside us. Turn your molten core to solid rock with today's Groupon to Pilates Studio City. For $30, you can mix and match five Pilates mat, yoga, gyrokinesis, nia dance, belly dance, and more classes at any of three locations in Porter Ranch, Studio City, or Valley Village.
All three studios are warm, welcoming, and spacious, with qualified instructors who will lead you through the basic muscle-toning moves. Classes last for 55 minutes and take place several times a day throughout the week. During class, you'll get hands-on body-sculpting attention not seen since the legendary Golem of Prague was blessed by his creator with rock-hard abs.
The group classes offered at Pilates Studio city offer a low-impact workout that won't put stress on your back or joints and can be practiced by people of all fitness levels and most health levels. You will strengthen your core—the girdle of muscles that wraps around your back and tummy—and improve range of motion, flexibility, and balance. You will also improve posture, a vital ingredient to moving up in the corporate world, seeing over the steering wheel, and sitting down.
- Very positive atmosphere. Comfortable place and experienced, personable, patient, considerate teachers. Feels great to be there. – pavilack, Citysearch
- I felt very comfortable with my trainer...She walked me through a series of exercises that were easy and fun. A whole lot more interesting than yoga, which usually puts me to sleep. – evolvdesign, Citysearch
- All the instructors I have experienced are first rate. – maryellen1952, Citysearch
Pilates Studio City
Led by co-owners with backgrounds in professional dance, the experienced instructors at Pilates Studio City cultivate carved torsos with exercises that target the core. During personalized private sessions, pupils to bend into Pilates poses or the shape of their own initials atop a mat and sliding equipment such as the Reformer, Cadillac, and Wunda chair. Teachers also divide their attention among students of all levels during group classes, which range from Level 1 mat sessions to dynamic Nia workouts. Nia blends elements of dance, martial arts, and the healing arts into a series of 52 movements that rotate from session to session to keep muscles from getting bored.