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Embrace Movement

Discover the power of Pilates with our expert instructors and dynamic classes! Our Pilates classes are designed to help you improve your posture, increase your strength and flexibility, and build a strong and balanced body.

Pilates Build Your Foundation

Build your foundation

Our mat Pilates classes offer a challenging and rewarding workout that targets your core, upper body, and lower body. You’ll learn to move with control and precision, engaging your muscles mindfully and intentionally.

Connect body & mind

Our experienced instructors will guide you through each class, offering modifications and adjustments to ensure you feel challenged but safe. You’ll learn proper alignment, breathing techniques, and mindfulness practices that will help you connect with your body and calm your mind. 

Pilates is suitable for all levels, from beginners to advanced practitioners. You don’t need any prior experience in Pilates or fitness to enjoy the benefits of this low-impact practice. 

Coming this Fall – Altea Active: Winnipeg will offer Reformer Pilates Training, progression-based programming coached in a private, partner or small group environment.  

Pilates Connect Body and Mind


How much are Pilates classes?

All mat Pilates classes are included in all membership tiers. Private and group reformer sessions will have an additional cost.

Are Pilates classes worth it?

Yes, Pilates classes can be worth it for many people looking to improve their physical fitness and overall well-being. Here are some reasons why:

Improved core strength: Pilates focuses on building core strength, which can help improve posture, balance, and stability.

Increased flexibility: Pilates exercises emphasize controlled movements and stretching, which can help improve flexibility and range of motion.

Reduced risk of injury: Pilates exercises are low-impact and focus on proper alignment and technique, which can help reduce the risk of injury.

Better balance and coordination: Pilates exercises can help improve balance and coordination, which can be especially beneficial for older adults.

Stress relief: Like many other forms of exercise, Pilates can be a great way to relieve stress and improve mental well-being.

Variety of exercises: Pilates offers a wide range of exercises and modifications, which can be adapted to suit different fitness levels and goals.

What is Pilates?

Pilates is a form of exercise which concentrates on strengthening the body while emphasizing core strength. The goal is to improve general fitness and overall well-being.

Similar to Yoga, Pilates concentrates on posture, balance and flexibility. It is a lower-impact form of exercise with a low risk of injury. It is also great for injury prevention.

Pilates also focuses on the mind-body connection. While doing the various exercises, your mind needs to be constantly aware of your breathing and how your body moves.

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