What You'll Get
For $30, today's side gets you two kinesis-training classes (a $70 value) at Pure Element Pilates's airy West Bloomfield studio. A session on the Technogym Kinesis Wall remixes Pilates's prototypical moves by tipping them upward into the third dimension. This cable pulley system can burn up to 30% more calories than traditional exercise machines because it forces your entire body to move in concert with and perpetually against resistance.
All of Pure Element's instructors are certified in Pilates instruction and are attentive to the individual needs of muscles and their masters. Kinesis training can help anyone improve his or her whole health, from muscle to mind, and no fitness experience is necessary. Remember, it's never too late to avert the fate that befell the semi-gelatinous blobfish. Spy the schedule to pick one of the many weekly class times that works for you.
- The instructors are amazing! We love their attitudes and they really know how to get your body in the shape you want. – Cara B.
- Great staff that challenges you each time you take a class! – Lindsey R.
- The classes are challenging, the teachers are wonderful, the studio is lovely and the greeters at the desk are helpful and friendly. I feel better and the results show! – Jerald M.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 31, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Registration required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Pure Element Pilates
When Kelle Ilitch turned her dream Pilates studio into a reality, she spared no consideration. The airy blue space is instantly calming, although its abundance of high-tech Reformer machines makes it clear that she and her fellow instructors mean business. The space accommodates many class styles, from classic mat Pilates lessons—including specialized sessions for seniors and kids—to ballet-barre-based workouts. Like Pilates and cummerbunds made of cement, the barre workouts strengthen cores while lengthening and toning thighs. The staffers also teach Kinesis, a form of strength training that allows for an entirely free range of motion, making it easier to tone muscle groups across bodies simultaneously.