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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Reformer Pilates?

The reformer is a specialized piece of equipment for Pilates based on spring tension. The reformer allows for targeted exercises that lengthen and create space in the body.  With a focus on the core as well as the whole body, the reformer creates internal pressure that elongates the spine, joints and muscles, resulting in greater flexibility, strength, stamina and balanced posture.


Registration is required 12 hours in advance. Text or call 812.243.3933 or click here to reserve your spot.


Group classes are $30 drop-in or $250 for a 10-class pass. Private class are $75 or $300 for a 5-class pass. Passes expire in 6 months

Cancellation policy

We are a very small, lean business and require 12 hour notice for any cancellations. If less than 12 hours, a $20 fee or a class will be deducted from your package.

Class size & safety

Maximum of 5 students per class. I sanitize all equipment including the hand/foot loops and all surfaces between each class. 

Private classes

As always, private and semi private classes are always available. Private classes are the best way for me to look at what you need to target problem areas and strengthen them right away.

What to bring

Water, towel, masks and toe socks. Toe socks are required and can be purchased onsite for $8 if you need a pair.

How many times?

I recommend starting with twice a week to get oriented with the workings of the reformer machine. Then the more you can practice, you will become faster, stronger and see changes! You will be moving and using the deepest muscles of the mind and body that you didn’t even know you had.

Misconception about reformer Pilates...

"You need to be 'in shape' to do reformer Pilates." This is not true. The Pilates philosophy is to build a strong powerhouse or core and then progress outwards. Reformer Pilates is a great place to start for all fitness levels. Every exercise can be made harder or easier for each individual. This enables ALL body types to be challenged, strengthened in multiple ways, and focused on achieving individual fitness goals.


Sample Hand Loop:

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