• Mat Classes

    50 minutes @ Fort Lee Racquet Club 532 North Ave (enter From 8th Street) Fort Lee‎ NJ‎ 07024
    Mat Classes

    About

    Mats are provided for these classes . Clients must wear loose comfortable clothing and eat at least two hours before class . Please bring bottle of water. Before classes can begin, a consent form is provided to each client so that your instructor is aware of any medical conditions to avoid injury.

    Trainers

    • Regina Poblete
      5+ year experience

    Pricing Plan

    • Per Session
      $ 25.00
    • Regina Poblete

      My background is an Artist. I Graduated BA Interior Design at The Academy of Art in San Francisco. During these times I was already introduced to the Classical pilates. This was my only form of exercise. I was pretty slim just needed toning. Moved to New York and got married. But when I got married and had a child, I was lost and stuck in this post partum depression and the only time I felt good was when I joined a Stott pilates certified studio in Hoboken NJ.It is a complete mind and body and soul connection exercise. A new Contemporary Pilates way and fell in love with the way they taught it.

      Stott Pilates has 5 basic principles that they follow, Breathing, Pelvic placement, ribcage placement, scapula stabilization and cervical placement. The exercises are done safely with the great knowledge of Anatomy.Lindsey Merithew It’s very hard to get Stott Certification. I’m proud to be Stott Certified and I currently have Mat and Reformer level 1 certificate( essential and Intermediate). I’m still studying and will be getting the Cadillac,Chair&Barrel soon with the level 2 mat and reformer (advance). Then after that I will take ISP (Injuries and Special Populations).

      The first Reformer and chair was made during the WW1 by Mr. Joseph Pilates himself. He trained injured men from the war. He used the springs from the bed and connected it on the headboard/footboard and used these springs as tensions for People to work on for rehabilitation. After the war, 100% of the people from his barracks recovered fast from his teachings and supervision.

      Stott Pilates was founded by Lindsey and Moira Merrithew. ( www.merrithew.com )

      A Stott reformer is a machine with 5 springs to work on. There are a lot of ways of using the reformer. Laying down exercises, kneeling exercises, on the box exercises and etc… With incorporating the 5 basic principles the exercises are done from essential, intermediate and then advance. The Stott chair is a machine that uses a lot of vertical & lateral exercises such as sitting, standing& side laying. We also incorporate the 5 basic principles in each and every exercises.

      A Stott Mat class consists of a mat with some props such as flex bands, rings, toning balls and etc…

      Both machines and Mat can be taught individually and in group classes.

  • Reformer classes

    50 minutes @ both locations
    Reformer classes

    About

    This is a private class to include as single or couples working out together.  These classes are available by appointment only and needs to be reserved.

    The cancellation policy is PRIOR 24 hours notification or clients will be charged for that session.

    Trainers

    • Regina Poblete
      5+ year experience

    Pricing Plan

    • Per Session
      $ 75.00
    • Regina Poblete

      My background is an Artist. I Graduated BA Interior Design at The Academy of Art in San Francisco. During these times I was already introduced to the Classical pilates. This was my only form of exercise. I was pretty slim just needed toning. Moved to New York and got married. But when I got married and had a child, I was lost and stuck in this post partum depression and the only time I felt good was when I joined a Stott pilates certified studio in Hoboken NJ.It is a complete mind and body and soul connection exercise. A new Contemporary Pilates way and fell in love with the way they taught it.

      Stott Pilates has 5 basic principles that they follow, Breathing, Pelvic placement, ribcage placement, scapula stabilization and cervical placement. The exercises are done safely with the great knowledge of Anatomy.Lindsey Merithew It’s very hard to get Stott Certification. I’m proud to be Stott Certified and I currently have Mat and Reformer level 1 certificate( essential and Intermediate). I’m still studying and will be getting the Cadillac,Chair&Barrel soon with the level 2 mat and reformer (advance). Then after that I will take ISP (Injuries and Special Populations).

      The first Reformer and chair was made during the WW1 by Mr. Joseph Pilates himself. He trained injured men from the war. He used the springs from the bed and connected it on the headboard/footboard and used these springs as tensions for People to work on for rehabilitation. After the war, 100% of the people from his barracks recovered fast from his teachings and supervision.

      Stott Pilates was founded by Lindsey and Moira Merrithew. ( www.merrithew.com )

      A Stott reformer is a machine with 5 springs to work on. There are a lot of ways of using the reformer. Laying down exercises, kneeling exercises, on the box exercises and etc… With incorporating the 5 basic principles the exercises are done from essential, intermediate and then advance. The Stott chair is a machine that uses a lot of vertical & lateral exercises such as sitting, standing& side laying. We also incorporate the 5 basic principles in each and every exercises.

      A Stott Mat class consists of a mat with some props such as flex bands, rings, toning balls and etc…

      Both machines and Mat can be taught individually and in group classes.