Pilates is a holistic approach to whole-body movement and wellness for all fitness levels. University Recreation is equipped with seven Balanced Body Allegro® Reformers as well as towers, jump boards, spine correctors and various props to enhance your Pilates practice. Our instructors are trained to work with all clients and provide a safe environment. We offer semi-private and small group sessions and work to accommodate your busy schedule. If you are comfortable moving on a Reformer or have had prior sessions, you may benefit from registering for monthly classes.   

Pilates Pop-Up Classes

Pilates Pop-Up Classes are perfect for those looking to get a quick workout in during a busy day. You must be comfortable moving on a Reformer or have taken group exercise classes consistently

Dates: Feb. 6- March 4

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A consultation is required to register for Pilates Reformer classes. Your consultation will include an equipment orientation, basic breathing techniques, proper alignment techniques, an overview of policies and procedures for the Reformer program, and an abbreviated beginner workout depending on time and participants.

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Semi-private Sessions

This is the perfect option for novice clients or for those needing flexibility in their schedules. Our instructors strive to accommodate your schedule if a monthly class does not fit your needs. Simply complete the steps below to get started. 

Package Rates

Number of SessionsRate per IndividualRate per Small Group
(2-6 group members)

Follow the steps below to get started

  1. Complete Paperwork
  2. Purchase sessions

Your instructor will contact you soon to schedule your first session!  

All sessions 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 University Recreation membership. Please take some time to review our policies on the front page of your paperwork before your first session.  Contact us for any further questions you may have, urecgroupexercise@ua.edu.