How do I know which level of class to take?

We wish everyone would start out by asking this question. Recognizing that a level 2 (what we consider to be intermediate) would be a level 1 to some and a level 3 to others, we have not outlined specific guidelines for the different levels.

Instead, we list the levels generically and do our best to describe the classes so you can enter them well informed. All of that said, we always think it is a good idea to start at the beginning, no matter how advanced you are. There is a world of information in each exercise that could help you to go deeper into the work and your body. If you begin in our level 1 and 1/2 classes you will get a good sense of the different styles of Pilates we offer and of the different teachers so you can make more informed choices based on your preferences.

We think that everyone should start with the basics. It may be that you quickly want to move on to level 2, but it won't have been a waste of time in the lower level classes. You will likely hear things in a different way that will affect the precision of your work in higher level classes.

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