Reformed Pilates Classes
Reformed Cycle Classes
Frequently Asked Questions
How old do you have to be to take class?
Reformed Pilates reserves the right to refuse service to anyone should we feel that our classes, instruction or environment are not a mutual fit.
Do you offer intro or demo classes?
New to Reformed Pilates? Don’t sweat it, in every class we offer modifications and progressions in spring loads, positioning, and movement to teach to all levels of fitness.
Still feeling unsure? Book a one-on-one 50-minute introductory private. During your session, we will introduce you to our method, equipment, and class structure. If you have any previous injuries or restrictions, we can modify exercises specifically for you to get you ready for our group Reformer classes.
Do you have lockers/showers?
Do you do cross-promotions?
To keep a fair and consistent policy across all locations, we ask that clients do not leave promotional material such as business cards or flyers in the studio. All cross-promotion event inquiries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org for approval.
How should I prepare for my first class?
What happens if I show up late to class?
We ask that all clients show up on time to class! With growing wait lists, clients are often showing up to class with the hopes of getting a spot. If you are registered for a class but do not show up on time, your spot is not guaranteed. At the start of class, if there is an open spot and someone is waiting, that spot will be given to the waiting client who was there at the start of class.
In addition, when clients show-up late to class and miss the warm-up it is unsafe! So, for all pilates classes, we allow a five minute grace period*. If you show up later than 5 minutes past the start time you will not be allowed in. For all cycling classes, clients will not be allowed into the class once the door is shut. No exceptions.
*The 5 minute grace period only applies if no one is waiting for the open bed.
Do you allow clients with a current injury to take class?
While we understand that injuries are frustrating and it is difficult to take time off from your work-out routine, we ask that clients with a current injury freeze their membership and take the necessary time to recover. If a client is experiencing an injury that prohibits them from participating in the majority of the class’s routine/exercises (outside of the modifications already provided by the instructor) we ask that they do not take