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Developed by Joseph H. Pilates in the 1930’s, the Pilates Method uniformly conditions the body by strengthening the “core” or “powerhouse” muscles of the abdomen, back, hips, and pelvic floor.  The foundation for the Pilates Method lies in the understanding that the core supports all bodily movement.  When this area is properly trained, the rest of the body finds balance and stability.


Aside from increasing overall strength and flexibility, Pilates can be adapted for rehabilitation and injury prevention as well as intense conditioning for serious athletes.


Whether you've spent years finely tuning your body through the art of exercise and healthy eating, or you're just starting out on your fitness journey, Pilates Mat is a great place to start.

During his lifetime, Joseph Pilates developed a full line of apparatus to assist his clients in performing a method he worked tirelessly to perfect. Of these pieces of equipment, the most versatile and well known are the Reformer, the Wunda Chair, and the Trapeze Table.  Here at Inifnity, we are proud to provide private, duet, trio, and quad training sessions featuring the Balanced Body Combo Chair, Reformer/ Half-Trapeze Table, and Step Barrels.


This system of springs and pulleys provides a smooth, controlled form of resistance that works the body in all planes of motion. They also challenge muscle control through eccentric and concentric contractions.


Experience a unique form of resistance training that will leave you feeling longer and leaner after each session.

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