Private sessions and Semi-private sessions utilizing the equipment and movement system Joseph Pilates designed.
A two person stretching session where the Rossiter coach applies pressure with a foot while the client (person in charge) moves through specific movements to release the connective tissue. These sessions are typically shorter than Pilates sessions as the releases are designed to give you quick relief and results.
Roll and Refresh
R’n’R sessions share Yamuna® Body Rolling techniques for self care at home. Learn how to help the entire body feel better and also how to assess which routines will help your problem spots. Sessions are limited to 4 people.
Align To Dance
For dance students ages 12 and older who are interested in learning more about proper alignment and how it can help them excel and prevent repetitive injuries. In these sessions the students will not only work on Pilates movement for dance, but also be educated on the anatomy of movement. Sessions are limited to 4 students at a time.
$105/month this includes 3 sessions/month Openings will be posted each week at schedule.centeralign.com or you can find our schedule with the Wellness Living Achieve App.
Pilates Instruction in The Woodlands, Texas
CENTERALIGN is a quiet space offering Private and semi-Private Pilates instruction. The name of the
studio derives from two words:
CENTER — The "center" is the focal point of the Pilates Method. In this context, center refers to the "powerhouse" where the abdominal muscles work in conjunction with the deep back muscles.
ALIGN — Yamuna® Body Rolling helps allow the body to relax into its proper placement.
With proper alignment and core strength one can help maintain a healthy posture. When a body is in proper alignment it can handle repetitive movement and the stresses that everyday life brings. It can breathe better, digest better, work more efficiently, and it can function as designed!
With decades of combined teaching experience the practitioners at centerAlign focus to bring wellness to the body.
It takes commitment and work to change lifelong postural habits. There are no quick fixes, but – given time – the results are everlasting!