Getting Started at JoyMoves Pilates
Building a solid foundation with an individualized approach AT OUR CONVENIENT AUSTIN LOCATION!
3 Private Pilates Sessions : $185
3 Semi-Private Sessions : $135 per person
What to expect from Your First few Sessions:
- Personal attention to help you build the smartest and safest foundation, based on your exact needs
- A comfortable, welcoming training environment — no matter your age, injury, or current fitness level
- Expert, compassionate instruction to guide you through your first JoyMoves Pilates sessions, and get you excited & inspired to achieve your goals!
- While we can't promise you massive changes in just 3 sessions, you will notice subtle shifts that will motivate you to continue. There's nothing quite like it!
What to know ABOUT THIS SPECIAL OFFER:
- Available for Austin area residents only
- This is for folks who have not been to JoyMoves in the last 6 months
- These three private or semi-private Pilates sessions must be completed within 30 days from the date of purchase (we don't want you forgetting everything you learned in between sessions!)
Ready to get started?
Get 3 Private Pilates Sessions for Just $185!
What will my first private Pilates session be like?
Glad you asked!
We'll get to know you a bit, so we can begin a custom program design to meet your exact needs. You will first be asked to fill out a client intake form that asks you various questions concerning your health, exercise history, and reasons for seeking us out. Your instructor will then go over the information and get an idea of your goals!
Start with 3 Private Pilates Sessions for Just $185
Who is Pilates for?
With the assistance of a truly qualified instructor, nearly anyone, at any age can benefit immensely from Pilates!
We have worked with people from all walks of life from age 14 to 90 and with all different physical conditions and issues. When working with a qualified instructor either one-on-one or in a small group setting, your own personal needs and physical attributes are taken into consideration when developing a program design.
How often should I do Pilates?
If Pilates is the only form of exercise you are doing, then 2-4 times a week is great. If you are very active and exercise 4-5 times a week, then one Pilates session a week will enhance what you are already doing. Every person has different issues or limitations in terms of money and time. Doing something, even once a week, is better than doing nothing at all! Discuss what training frequency makes most sense for you with your trainer, and reach out if you have questions!
Do men do Pilates?
Absolutely! Joseph Pilates was a man! The exercises are invigorating, and customizable for literally EVERY body.
Can I do Pilates if I am pregnant?
Yes, Pilates is fantastic for expecting mamas! Your routine may change a bit as you progress — one of our certified instructors will to guide you on which exercises are not recommended in each trimester. Our pregnant clients appreciate Pilates stretching and breathing, and it keeps them strong for when baby arrives! It's exceptionally helpful for abdominal health, and correction of diastasis recti afterwards as well.
With Private Sessions, Get a Pilates Program just for you
Yes, you can tone & lose weight with Pilates!
Pilates is a great addition to any weight loss regimen. Pilates can help to tone and strengthen your body, but as with any exercise routine, it is not the only answer. Eating a healthy diet, watching portion sizes, making lifestyle changes, seeking professional help when you need it and of course, exercise, are just a few of the components of a successful weight loss regimen.
Is Pilates an aerobic exercise?
Cardiovascular, or “aerobic,” exercise is any exercise that increases your heart rate and works your lungs. While not typically categorized as cardiovascular exercise, Pilates can up your heart rate. When a certain proficiency is achieved, and the client can move through the exercise sequences continuously, it can raise your heart rate for sure!
Why is it called "mind-body" exercise?
Joseph Pilates believed “strong mind, strong body.” The brain and the body must work together to achieve strength, balance and health. Pilates is not an exercise that you can zone out on. Concentration, focus and control are a necessary part of your workout. Besides, it's much more fun and engaging to get your mind involved with what you are doing!