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Pilates Studio Near Me

Always check with your physician before starting any new exercise routine, especially if you are experiencing pain, under treatment or have any disability.

Pilates is a safe and effective method to improve muscular and postural strength while focusing on balance. The Pilates Method was inspired by a combination of yoga, ballet, and calisthenics design and developed by Joseph Pilates in the mid-20th century. Initially, Joseph Pilates introduced Pilates to America to help rehabilitate dancers, and athletes as a way to incorporate a safe exercise routine and maintain their fitness while rehabilitating. Pilates has come a long way since the mid-20th century! Now, it’s a perfect option for anyone wanting a solid exercise routine that helps restore balance to the mind, body, and spirit.

The Pilates Method uses a series of over 500 different exercises that stretch, strengthen and activate core muscle groups combined with intense focus and breathing techniques that help lengthen, align and tone your body.

At The Pilates Effect in Arlington, TX our Pilates instructors assist people at all fitness levels, from severe disabilities, rehabilitation, back injuries, to expert fitness training with professional athletes and anyone in between. Pilates is a wonderful way to get healthy and develop body awareness and control.

The Pilates Effect - Best Pilates Studio in Arlington!

Pilates isn’t just for the fit! Many first-time Pilates clients are impressed with The Pilates Effect because they are not worked to complete exhaustion making them want to return for more. Your mind, body, and spirit feel more balanced with a routine that doesn’t strain you or wear you out. You should feel invigorated and ready to take on whatever comes your way. Yes, you will be sore. Those important little core muscles haven’t been used like this before.

Pilates consists of a variety of low repetition sequences in sets of five to ten, over a period of 45 to 90 minutes. Mat work and specialized equipment for resistance are also used. Each exercise is designed with special attention to breathing techniques with the main focus on core abdominal muscle control.

Pilates has been proven to:

  • Relieve stress

  • Improve the quality of sleep

  • Reduce lower back pain

  • Promote good posture and alignment

  • Reduce, and Maintain weight

  • Strengthens core muscles

  • Boosts energy

  • Increases and enhances focus

  • Increases flexibility

  • Lengthen & tones muscles

  • Improves Spinal stabilization

  • Improves muscle control

  • Establishes & Improves balance

  • Safe & effective rehabilitation of spinal & joint injuries

  • Increases lung capacity

  • Improves circulation

The Pilates Effect Approach

The Pilates Effect offers a contemporary approach to Pilates by following the STOTT PILATES® Method. STOTT PILATES® has created a modern approach to Pilates using the benefits of the original Pilates method that was taught by Joseph Pilates, along with a collaboration of physical therapists/physiotherapists, sports medicine, and exercise professionals.

Natural Emphasis

This unique form of exercise was developed into a comprehensive, systematic, contemporary approach with an emphasis on the natural curvature of the spine. At The Pilates Effect, we specialize in a tailored Pilates program to meet the individual needs of all clients. We provide instruction on the Reformer, Tower, Chair, and Mat along with the benefits of other small equipment and props.

Fitness Goals

Pilates is one of the healthiest forms of exercise and an avenue to a lifetime of fitness goals and maintenance. At The Pilates Effect, we specialize in working with athletes, rehabilitation issues, back and shoulder pain, neck issues, spinal issues, shoulder instability, scoliosis issues, muscular imbalances, and much more!


Experience The Pilates Effect

Stop by the Pilates Effect studio at The Shoppes at Brownstone Village at 2410 W Abram, Ste 112 in Arlington, TX, or schedule your Pilates class online today.

Call us at (214) 558-0996

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