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The Pilates Studios around Frisco Offer a Great Workout

When Joseph Pilates established the Pilates method in the 1920s, he sought to create exercises that focused on the core muscles, including the abdominal and lower back muscles. 

Since then, his 34 classic mat sequences have been taught in fitness studios worldwide.

One hour of practicing Pilates effectively burns calories for the rest of the day. If you would like to give Pilates a try, the best studios around Frisco include:

Pilates by Tennille 

Tennille Thompson discovered Pilates while rehabbing from a car accident. After recovering, she was determined to share “The Mindful Movement” with others. She began teaching in 2004 and has trained a variety of clients, including Grammy Award-winning artist Sting. Tennille is certified through STOTT Pilates and welcomes students of all ages and athletic abilities. 

Re:Gen Pilates 

Jennifer Whitley founded Re:Gen Pilates because she wanted to offer a personalized fitness experience in a warm, inclusive environment. She started teaching more than 10 years ago and has been featured in both Pilates Style and USAA Magazine. Students are motivated to meet their goals, and the Reform group class is fun for all levels. It features the Body Allegro 2 Reformer and Tower, as well as the Combo Chair and other props.

Private sessions are also available, and the instructors personalize workouts based on the personal needs of each client.

Pilates for Life 

At Pilates for Life, the youngest student is 8 and the oldest is 87. The diverse group of certified instructors have more than 20 years of combined experience. The atmosphere is welcoming, and classes include Beginner, Intermediate, and Reformer.

In addition to these Pilates studios, The Maxwell is also near top dining and shopping destinations. To call our community home, please contact us. Our leasing agents would love to give you a tour where you can see our floor plans firsthand. 

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