specialties

pilates is great for everyone because it can be modified in so many different ways. at leah greiber pilates, we welcome all bodies and all abilities. whether you're an experienced athlete or new to fitness, we're ready to meet you on your wellness journey. 

 
 
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prenatal pilates

leah is a certified prenatal and postnatal exercise specialist. finding the appropriate and safe movements for your body during and after pregnancy can be confusing and overwhelming. many women experience complications with their core strength and abdominals  - even years after giving birth! pilates is one of the most highly recommended exercises for women, both before and after giving birth, due to the focus on proper form and emphasis on core strength. ask your medical professional if pilates is a good choice for you during your pregnancy - if they approve, visit us for a low-impact and challenging workout that you'll love. 


pilates for seniors

good balance is key to staying mobile and active as we age. strong balance comes from - you guessed it - a strong core! pilates can strengthen every layer of your core, giving you better balance. flexibility is another pilates focus, which is so important to maintain as we get older. with a personalized pilates session, you can work at your own pace. leah has experience working with seniors and really enjoys the feedback she's gotten about how pilates has helped them stay active and independent. 

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athletic conditioning

try the workout that cubs pitcher jake arrieta and former world champion ironman guy leech swear by. pilates isn't just for ballerinas - if you want to take your planks, deadlifts, or anything in between to the next level - come get on a reformer. focusing on flexibility (come on, how often do you really stretch after your lift?) and deep postural muscles will give you better form, which means better results.