Private sessions are designed specifically for you. You will have one-on-one attention with emphasis on precision of movement, correct body placement, proper posture, breathing and control of each move. It is strongly recommend that you do at least one private if you are new to exercise, are rehabilitating from injuries, or are not comfortable in a class setting.
Corrine works one-on-one with many clients, with private sessions available Monday through Friday from 8am to 8pm. If you have contemplated trying Pilates and are not sure whether to take a group class or private session, here are some things to consider:
Injuries: If you are recovering from an injury and are ready to start moving again, a private session is a wise choice. Your session will be focused exclusively on you. You will be assessed and instructed on how to stay stable and strong while moving. Your posture and alignment will be the focus so you can strengthen and balance while staying safe. You will be able to give immediate feedback as to what may or may not feel right, allowing for adjustments in both your body and alignment as well as range of motion.
Illness: For many of the same reasons listed above, people recovering from illness choose private sessions. The session will be adjusted to your ability, with the goal of building on strength, length and posture.
Specific goals: You may be training for an event such as a marathon or have another fitness-related goal. Private sessions will enable you to be specific as to what you need and how you want to be challenged, and a plan can then be developed to master your goals.
Your prefer one-on-one: Private sessions, with their many benefits, may simply be your preferred way to take classes.
Transition: People new to Pilates may like to start off by taking privates to receive individual attention while they’re learning. They can then transition into group classes but more often than not, they will also have private sessions.
To schedule a private session, call (908) 399-9385 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.