ABSolute Pilates is committed to providing quality professional instruction in Classical Pilates to women of all fitness levels and ages in South Central Pennsylvania. This studio is devoted to fitness through the consciousness of movement and form in the Pilates Method. We believe in using this method to develop specific programs that meet individual conditioning goals and needs. Athletic ability and coordination are not a requirement to benefit from Pilates sessions, as all exercises can be modified to any level. Pilates involves over 500 exercises, which will help you gain muscle strength, improve flexibility, and build a stronger core. Pilates exercises can be modified to help you on the road to recovery from an injury, take care of special body parts, or just help you get into great sha
ABSolute Pilates offers private and semi-private Reformer, Tower and Chair sessions. We also offer the same quality instruction in a piece of group equipment, tower, and reformer class. Yes, we even have small group mat classes by our comprehensively trained instructors. Allison the studio owner is pilates method alliance certified. She has specialty training to work with pre and post natal clients and clients that have undergone breast cancer treatment.
We have locations in Mechanicsburg, Enola, Harrisburg, and Lemoyne just a short drive from wherever you are located in Central Pa. All of our studios are equipped with beautiful balance body and peak pilates equipment. We feature some unique pieces you will not see in any other local studio. We also have barre classes with fully trained barre instructors. We are proud to say we have a very well educated instructor. That is continuously working to expand their skills. We are bringing 2016 biggest fitness trend to you with our trained instructors.
“Pilates is designed to give you suppleness, natural grace, and skill that will be unmistakably reflected in the way you walk, in the way you play, and in the way you work.” – Joseph Pilates
The Pilates Method is an approach in mind and body integration that was created by Joseph Pilates in the 1920s. The fundamental principles focus on balance, concentration, control, centered awareness, fluid movements, and breath. Pilates enhances core strength that increases flexibility, coordination and spatial awareness. The repertoire is performed as a mat class or on specialized equipment utilizing springs for resistance. Pilates engages the whole person, not just the muscles. For everybody from an athlete to a mother, Pilates will develop and enhance stamina, posture, alignment and core strength for elite performance to everyday activities.
The pilates method uses specifically designed equipment and floor exercises to promote uniform development of the body. This allows weaker muscles to develop instead of the body continuously relying on the stronger muscles to do the work. Pilates focuses on the core muscles first, specifically stomach, butt and back, in a sense, working the muscles from the inside out. This achieves and maintains a balanced aligned body.
– People needing special consideration to injured and problem areas including back pain, scoliosis, shoulder issues, fibromyalgia etc
– The super fit: athletes, dancers, and martial artists
– Women who are pre and post-natal
– Anyone wanting to shape and define their body
In ten sessions you can feel the difference, in twenty you can see the difference, and in thirty sessions you have a whole new body. ~ Joseph Pilates
– In Pilates, every movement originates from the core, with a breath, and stays within a defined and safe range of motion
– Pilates equipment was created long before Nautilus equipment and has remained unchanged for 70 years. Joseph Pilates was definitely ahead of his time.
– Joseph Pilates’ guiding philosophy was his belief that the body must be exercised in its entirety to achieve good health. He had a profound reverence for the simplicity of movement and the mind body connection
– Joseph Pilates combined the breathing and meditation of yoga, the weight bearing aspects of weight training and the balancing elements of Tai Chi, which has a sequence of movements each building upon the last and increasing in difficulty
“It is the mind itself that shapes the body!” ~ Joseph Pilates
2. Better Posture
5. Fluid Movement
6. Improved Circulation
7. Increased Metabolism
8. Increased Muscle Strength
9. Increased Range of Motion
10. Increased Stamina
11. Injury Prevention
12. Longer and Leaner Muscles
13. Mental Relaxation
15. Improved Breathing
16. Reduces Stress and Tension
17. Sexy Arms, Shoulders and Back
18. Great Looking and Strong Core
19. Strong Pelvic Floor
20. Weight Loss