Pilates Mat and Pilates Reformer

Pilates mat – Join the 6-week class series!

  • January 24, 31 and February 7,14, 21, 28
  • In-studio & Streamed Live +5-day Video Recording of Class for continued use
  • Cost: Unlimited Members – its easy, just email office@5koshasyoga.com for assistance in registering
  • OR purchase a $60, 6-class pass for this series:
  • Link for ONLINE class series HERE
  • Link for IN-STUDIO class series HERE
  • Private Pilates sessions available – email Heather@5koshasyoga.com

Pilates reformer privates and small groups will return to 5 Koshas in March of 2022.

Currently Heather Van Dalfsen, Yoga Teacher and Yoga Therapist is participating in Pilates Teacher Training, completing Anatomy, Movement Studies, Mat 1, 2 & 3. Learn more about Heather here: https://www.5koshasyoga.com/teachers/heather-van-dalfsen/

Heather layers Pilates mat exercises into these Yoga class sequences:

  • Wednesday, 12:00pm ‘Interconnected Strength – Movement Practices for Mind & Body’
  • Saturday, 9am ‘Awakening Flow: Strength, Balance & Intention’

Review class schedule: https://www.5koshasyoga.com/yoga/class-schedule/

To receive updates from Heather and 5 Koshas or to continue dialogue with Heather about your Pilates interests and goals, do not hesitate to contact:

Heather: Heather@5koshasyoga.com

5 Koshas Office: Office@5koshasyoga.com

What is Pilates?

Everyone is welcome to explore the movement practice of Pilates. From the person recovering from a prolonged illness or long stretch of inactivity, to the elite athlete, Pilates can support you and your health goals.

The benefits of Pilates can be:

  • Improved core conditioning – abdominals in the front, deep back muscles, pelvic floor, and diaphragm
  • Improved mobility – Flexibility + Strength = Mobility
  • Muscle tone + bone and joint health
  • Improved endurance
  • Maintenance of spine health
  • Prevention of injuries

The synergy of Pilates and Yoga

Pilates and Yoga can work in harmony with each other.  They are both mind-body forms of exercise, inviting you to deepen your awareness of your body with the breath as a guide. Yoga can include longer stays in postures as well as breathing practices (pranayama), guided relaxation, meditation, the use of sound and other techniques.  Pilates was invented as an “exercise” and focuses on controlled fluid movement. 5 Koshas welcomes you to explore the variety of 25+ classes offered each week and we look forward to supporting you and your health intentions.