Mountain View Pilates is now Heidi Miller Pilates! Please click here to visit the new website at heidimillerpilates.com
Our mission is to help facilitate self awareness and empowerment bringing clients to self love and self responsibility. This is done through a holistic approach of conscious movement of the physical body which has the potential to balance body, mind, and spirit.
What is Pilates?
Pilates is a unique form of exercise developed over 90 years ago by Joseph Pilates used to strengthen the body's deep core and develop the mind/body connection. Pilates is best done as a full system utilizing both equipment based classes as well as the mat classes. The equipment was designed to support the body through movement while also giving resistance to strengthen the body. This system helps teach the body some important concepts used during the matwork series. This studio offers a full system of reformer/chair classes, tower classes, and mat classes.
What can Pilates do for you?
Pilates is performed with conscious control of movement. So the first thing you will learn is the art of self awareness. Most of us can relate to going through our day on automatic pilot. With self awareness we can start to make positive changes in our lives and in our bodies.
Toning your whole body, you will start seeing results within 5 weeks with consistent pilates training 3x/week. As with all exercise programs consistency and commitment are essential.
Reducing stress is something we all need in todays fast paced world. With the connection between breath and movement we bridge the gap between our body and our mind. Quieting the noisiness of our brain and the outside world.
Pilates can help you increase self awareness, strengthen the whole body, reduce stress, and feel young again! Come in and experience YOU for the first time!
You will feel a difference in your body after the first class. Classes are small for more individual attention.
|“Contrology (pilates) is complete coordination of body, mind, and spirit.”
- Joseph H. Pilates
|“If your spine is inflexibly stiff at 30, you are old;
if it is completely flexible at 60, you are young.”
- Joseph H. Pilates