A class that takes place at a time and date determined by the instructor and client. The availability is independent of the regular class schedule. These classes offer one-on-one/two instruction. These may also be referred to as "appointments."
A session that is regularly on the schedule at a specific time and date. Each session is generally open to about 4-10 people dependent on space and equipment availability.
- Arc Barrel: This prop is generally used during Matwork but can also be creatively utilized during an equipment class or on the cadillac. The arc barrel offers a way to actively support a client in positions that might otherwise be out of reach. In addition to support, the arc barrel can also create more challenge in an exercise. This is a very versatile piece of equipment that can be used to challenge and support a client at any level.
- Cadillac Wall Unit: The Cadillac Wall Unit is a very versatile piece of equipment that can be used for rehab purposes as well as to challenge the more advanced client. Whatever your fitness level or exercise goals, this piece of equipment will always be a pleasant challenge.
- Reformer: The running joke is that this machine looks like a modern version of the medieval torture device, the rack. Luckily for you, it's far from it! On this machine you can get a great workout that includes standing, sitting, laying, and more. The reformer allows clients to benefit from weight-bearing exercises on a low-impact plane. The impact of gravity on the joints is minimal in many of the exercises offering a comfortable, yet challenging workout.
- Spine Corrector: This piece of equipment may sound evil but it really isn't! It's a variation on the arc barrel that can either add more support in an exercise or add more challenge. Clients with physical limitations are often able to use this piece of equipment in lieu of the traditional arc barrel because it sits higher off the ground, giving the client a more comfortable position in which to do the exercise. On the other hand, because it sits higher off the ground, some exercises become more challenging when using the spine corrector.
- Stability Chair: This is a piece of equipment that uses spring resistance to increase mind-body awareness as well as core strength and stability. The chair incorporates exercises similar to those in Matwork and Reformer while adding it’s own twist to bring the client to a whole new dimension of exercise.
Jane Loegel Kanaski
Jane Loegel Kanaski