Pilates is a form of conditioning in the development of strong core muscles for all fitness levels and abilites. When all muscular systems work in a timely and coordinated fashion,participants can achieve large gains in strength,skill,cooridnation,and biomechanical efficiency. Pilates helps increase joint stability and strengthens the deep core muscle which helps to prevent injuries and guides participants to improved performance.

Pilates develops kinesthetic awareness of the body as it balances muscles around a joint. Pilates focuses on stabilizing the lumbo-pelvic region and that improved core stability gained through pilates training will carry over to whatever your sport or high activity endeavor.


Tremendous advancements in knowledge of anatomy and the science of movement have been made since pilates exerscise was first created. The Stott Pilates method is a contemporary approach to the original exercise method that was pionered by the late Joseph Pilates and was was co- developed by Moira and Lindsay Merrithew along with  a team of fitness professionals,incorporating modern exercise principals to create a safe and highly effective approach to pilates.


  • Longer, leaner muscles
  • Improves posture
  • Increases core strength and stability
  • Helps prevent injury
  • Enhances functional fitness,ease of movement
  • Heightens body awareness
  • No impact,easy on the joints
  • Can be customized for everyone from rehab patients to elite athletes
  • Complements other methods of exercise
  • Improves performance in sports(golf,skiing,skating,dance,etc.
  • Improves balance,coordination,and circulation

STOTT PILATES core conditioning equipment is highly versatile. It faciitates hundreds of exercises with no impact( easy on the joints in movement). For people with injuries there are modifications to allow movement and exercise.It also facilitates balanced strength and flexibility and provides eccentric and concentric muscle contraction(resistance on the in and out moves),total musculo-skeletal conditoning(muscles and postural alignment),and facilitates core conditioning and peripheral mobility.

Key Benefits:

Structural Integration "rebalances" muscles and manipulates fascia – the sheath-like connective tissue that surrounds and binds muscles together – that has been pulled out of position by strain, stress or injury.

With Structural Integration You Can: