WHAT TO EXPECT AT CORE THIRTY PILATES
Our suggestions below will help you to know about the equipment and the Core Thirty studio. We also provide suggestions for attire and what to bring with you for your Pilates time.
Reformer, Wunda Chair, Cadillac, spine corrector, ladder barrel
Pilates equipment was designed to preclude mat instruction for students of Pilates. By using the apparatuses designed by Joseph Pilates, the body learns to remain true to its natural form while performing exercises, allowing students to gain understanding of how the body was designed to perform independently. Private equipment instruction is strongly recommended prior to mat class participation.
Core Thirty Pilates offers five reformers, five towers, a full Cadillac with trapeze, two Wunda chairs, a ladder barrel, instep barrel, spine corrector, and an array of mats, magic circles, weighted balls, spine rollers, and bosus. The majority of parking spaces are located at the back of the building.
What should I wear?
The fundamentals of Pilates instruction require your trainer to make adjustments according to your body’s form and position. Loose-fitting clothes are not recommended. Clothing should fit close to the body. Sessions may be completed with bare feet or Pilates socks, which may be purchased at the studio.
WHAT TO BRING:
What Do I Need?
The studio provides towels and water. You may wish to bring a refillable water bottle. For mat classes, the studio offers a limited number of mats on a loan basis, first come first serve. Students are encouraged to purchase private mats, which are available at the studio.