Pilates mat and equipment classes meet seven days a week, helping students build lean muscle tone and flexibility over time
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Choose from Three Options
- $51 for 5 Pilates classes (a $175 value)
- $93 for 10 Pilates classes (a $300 value)
- $182 for 15 Pilates classes (a $475 value)
The schedule includes 55-minute classes seven days a week. During Reformer classes, students learn to use the Reformer’s network of springs and pulleys to build muscle tone across the entire body. Circuit classes incorporate exercises on the Wunda Chair, Cadillac, and barrels, and select sessions include matwork.
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About Sumbody Studio
Heather Leon began her 35-year career in the fitness and movement disciplines onstage. In addition to formally studying ballet, jazz, and modern dance, as well as performing professionally throughout the Los Angeles area, Heather sought out workout regimens that complemented her dance training. She fell in love with Pilates and eventually founded Sumbody Studio as a way to share the practice's invigorating benefits with the public.
Although Pilates sessions can incorporate a number of different apparatuses—including the Reformer, the Wunda Chair, and the Cadillac—they all maintain a similar commitment to low-impact exercises that build strength and flexibility. The motions emphasize control and technique over brute force, creating long, lean muscles instead of bulky biceps and washboard foreheads. Gyrotonic and gyrokinesis practices are similar, but also incorporate elements of yoga, dance, and tai chi. The studio's reiki therapist and orthopedic acupuncturist further help clients by treating mental and energetic imbalances.