New to Pilates804?

  • Learn how to safely operate the traditional apparatus at Pilates 804.

  • A teacher will give you a thorough assessment so you can sign up for the appropriate class.

  • Experience the whole studio before joining a group class.   

Things to Know Before Class

  • Client forms are online and must be completed before your first session. 

  • No. You do not need to bring a mat with you.  Mats are provided.

  • Socks are required.

  • Sealed water bottles are permitted.  No other drink or food permitted. 

  • Please remove yourself from class in event of a needed cancellation so that those on the wait list can be notified. ​


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Wondering what level you are?

  • Beginner Class - Level 1: Want to learn how to use the equipment and the basic exercises of the Pilates method but possibly don't know where to start?  Level 1 is where you build  strength and skill by gradually progressing through the exercises while learning how to operate the equipment safely. 

  • Low Intermediate - Level 1.5:  You're experienced with the equipment but not ready for the Pilates Olympics and need more time fine tuning your skills. You may still need assistance from your instructor with transitioning the equipment.

  • Intermediate - Level 2: You're ready for the challenge of a steady tempo and increased difficulty in the exercises then Level 2 is for you. You are not hindered by injuries and have full understanding of how to operate the equipment without assistance from your instructor. 

  • Advanced - Level 3: Ready to drop some sweat? Level 3 is an advanced tempo requiring experience. You must be comfortable with lifting hips, balance work and swift transitions with the equipment.