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Danville Pilates Center

Danville, CA 94526
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Danville Pilates Center is a spacious studio with a warm, inviting atmosphere and the latest state-of-the-art equipment. Their Pilates program focuses on the principles of utilizing core strength, body control, precision, and flow of functional movement with sequenced breath. Betty Neal, Danville Pilates Center's owner, is a PMA certified Pilates instructor and a Yoga Alliance certified E-RYT 500 yoga instructor. She works with every client to create a customized plan to achieve their fitness goals. Danville Pilates Center offers private one-on-one Pilates appointments, duet Pilates, and group apparatus classes. The Danville Pilates Center smartphone app makes it easy and convenient to sign up for classes.

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El Cerrito Fitness

El Cerrito, CA 94530
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El Cerrito Fitness provides Pilates and personal training in a single studio. Their classes include Mat Pilates, Primal Pilates, Stretch and Tone, Reformer, Mixed Apparatus, and more. They also schedule specialty workshops intermittently throughout the year. Classes are offered 7 days a week, and they have plenty of options for every level of fitness. The instructors at El Cerrito Fitness also provide private and semi-private sessions tailored to each clients' specific needs. They have extensive experience working with beginners, expectant mothers, new mothers, seniors, and people of all ages recovering from an injury. They're committed to helping every client achieve their fitness goals and live a pain-free life.

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Proformance Pilates

Danville, CA 94526
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Proformance Pilates is a modern, spacious Pilates and fitness studio in Danville with plenty of parking for clients. They offer about 50 classes a week, starting as early as 6:00 am and as late as 7:00 pm. Classes include Pilates mat, Pilates reformer, foundation training, Spin, TRX, and more. Class sizes are kept small to ensure that every student receives individual attention. Private training sessions for up to 3 people at a time are available by appointment. Proformance Pilates offers several training package options, including class packages, private training packages, and convenient month-to-month memberships. They also have affordable drop-in rates for single sessions.

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Turning Point Studios

Walnut Creek, CA 94598
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Turning Point Studios has been providing fitness training to people of all ages and fitness levels since 2000. Many of their instructors have been teaching for more than 15 years. Their fully-equipped facility in Walnut Creek provides a calm, healing environment where individuals can pursue their fitness goals. They offer private training with personalized, one-on-one instruction, semi-private sessions for two clients, reformer classes that give small groups a fun and energetic Pilates experience, and open gym sessions for clients who are comfortable on their own. Their new client package is a convenient and affordable way for newcomers to learn about everything Turning Point Studios has to offer.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I become a Pilates instructor?

A: Pilates instructors typically take a course and earn a certification in teaching Pilates. Some courses may only teach mat or reformer Pilates, while others teach both. Technically, there are no legal license or certification requirements to teach Pilates, but most studios will only hire trained instructors.

Q: Who was Pontius Pilate?

A: Pontius Pilate was a Roman governor in the 1st century. He served under the emperor Tiberius and is known for being a judge at Jesus' trial. Pilate is thought to have been the one to order Jesus' crucifixion. Some people have credited Pontius Pilate with inventing an early form of Pilates, but this is widely disputed.

Q: Who invented Pilates?

A: Joseph Pilates invented this popular form of exercise. He was a nurse in World War I and experimented with putting springs on hospital beds to help patients tone their muscles. This gave him the idea to invent what we now know as the reformer machine. Joseph Pilates opened his first studio in 1923 in New York.

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