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Pilates group reformer class taught at St. Paul Pilates Studio

Apparatus classes

Apparatus refers to use of the large pieces of Pilates equipment (reformer, chair, tower, cadillac, arc, & ladder barrel). These classes are small in size (up to 6 students). A consultation and some experience on apparatus is required before joining a class. Mixed Apparatus and Reformer are examples of apparatus classes.

Pilates group mat class

Large Group Classes

These classes take place on the floor or mat and allow for larger participation (up to 10 students). Mat Pilates and Barre are examples of large group classes.

Natalie teaching a virtual Pilates mat class

Virtual Small Group Class

These classes are intended to substitute the in-studio small group apparatus classes that you may already know and miss. These online classes are limited to 6 participants and most of them require multiple props (that your instructor has or will help you to obtain such at fitness circle, small weights, bands, foam roller, and more) to ensure a well-rounded Pilates class experience that continues to progress your fitness. These classes are more intimate with personal cueing and attention from the instructor. These class prices reflect a smaller and more intimate group setting.

Virtual Large Group Classes

These classes are intended to substitute non-apparatus classes (think Pilates Mat or Barre) with more of a general guidance still focusing on Pilates principles and progressing your fitness. These classes allow up to 20 participants. Some classes still require props, but usually just one (like a mat or a foam roller). These classes are priced lower to allow for a less expensive online option still being offered by a highly qualified Pilates instructor. There is less personal cueing in this class. However, modifications are always shown. This is a class you can join, but turn off audio and just participate.

Teen Pilates class

Teen Pilates

Reformer/apparatus class specifically designed for children ages 12- 18 years. Body awareness, correct posture and guided movement- all applied from the Pilates principles with a little extra fun.

Prenatal Pilates class

Specialty Classes

These classes are guided towards a specific group or condition effort. For example, Bosu and Prenatal Fitness are examples of specialty classes.

Pilates and specialty workshop


This refers to a class that happens once on a specific date and time. It can run from 1-3 hours and vary in size offerings. The Myofascial Roll & Release Class is an example of a workshop.