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What You'll Get
Like the framework of a mighty skyscraper, the core helps humans hold up the weight of the sky. Stay firm against the firmament with today’s Groupon to The Pilates Scoop. Choose between the following options:
- For $57, you get three Pilates equipment classes (a $114 value).
- For $94, you get six Pilates equipment classes (a $213 value).
The Pilates Scoop’s arsenal of cadillacs and reformers helps students to mold toned limbs with low-impact workouts to preserve joint strength. Boasting a full schedule, the studio’s introductory equipment classes instill students of any fitness capability with a fundamental understanding of the apparatuses, the proper form, and the secret Pilates handshakes before they’re ready to progress to the beginner or intermediate sessions. Classes alternate between toning muscles with the spring-loaded resistance and pulleys of the reformers and encouraging precise postural alignment with the cadillacs each week. With its emphasis on meticulously controlled form, Pilates hones mental focus and buoys postures by weaving together stronger, more flexible core muscles without adding green superhero-esque bulk or his attendant purple shorts. The Pilates Scoop stages morning and evening sessions throughout the week, accommodating students’ hectic schedules and myriad canasta tournaments.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must redeem in full by 12/31/11. New clients only. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Pilates Scoop
After accumulating more than 14 years of Pilates experience at other fitness venues, Helen Wagner opened The Pilates Scoop to provide affordable Pilates equipment classes. The Pilates method works to tone the body’s core without adding bulk, ensuring that students don't emerge looking like a football player who just ate a medicine ball. The pulleys, cables, and springs of Reformer and Cadillac machines extend and contract as students tone their stomachs, backs, hips, buttocks, and knees.
Helen caps equipment classes at no more than six students, and also leads private, duet, and triples lessons to provide more tailored instruction. She also teaches classes in traditional Pilates methods incorporating mats, chairs, and the high ladder barrel.