University Recreation is excited to announce the Student Recreation Center (SRC) will open on July 15, 2020. The SRC will be open every day from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. until further notice.
Our team has been busy developing plans to ensure patron and employee safety. We have used our downtime to disinfect all surfaces, implement upgrades and improvements.
Please visit COVID-19 UREC Updates for available opportunities and restrictions.
Pilates focuses on correct breathing, alignment, and fluidity through controlled movement. Try our free 30-minute movement assessment with one of our Balanced Body® trained instructors to customize the right class or session type for you. Before registering for a monthly class, a movement assessment is required for proper placement so the client can fully benefit from the program. If you have any questions about our program, please call 205-348-5131 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Physical fitness is the first requisite of happiness. – Joseph Hubertus Pilates
How to sign up for Pilates Reformer Classes
Returning clients can register for classes via the online portal as well. Registration for classes will open two weeks prior to the first of the month and close on the first day of the month. The minimum number to hold a class is two participants.
Kick up your Pilates Reformer training with the jump board. This heart-pumping cardio class will incorporate Pilates’s movement principles introducing creative footwork through constant motion building strength and endurance. This is a fast-paced class and not recommended for beginners.
This is an introduction class to the jump board. Learn the fundamentals of the jump board while moving with coordination and breath. This class moves at a medium pace and one month of Reformer Foundations is recommended.
Creating a strong foundation is key for optimal performance. This class introduces Pilates’s movement principles for strength and coordination through a mind-body practice. This class is perfect for beginners.
Challenge your core strength and control, flowing through traditional Pilates’s exercises with an emphasis on precision and whole-body movement. This class is a medium pace and we recommend a month of Reformer Foundations before registering. This class is perfect for intermediate participants.
Incorporating both of Joseph Pilates’s traditional apparatuses (the Reformer and Tower), participants will learn how to isolate muscles through awareness techniques that teach Pilates principles for a safe and effective workout. This class is a slow to medium pace and perfect for all levels.
Individual and partner sessions are perfect for those unable to attend monthly classes or are interested in an alternate day and time.
How to sign up for Pilates Reformer Sessions
All classes are located in the Pilates Reformer studio located between the Women’s locker room and Personal Training studio at the Student Recreation Center. Pilates Reformer services require a membership to The Student Recreation Center.
Returning clients can purchase sessions via the UREC Shop as well.
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Small groups of three to six members are $45 per session when they resume.