Love for Pilates specializes in group reformer classes focusing on total body conditioning. We utilize our signature, contemporary approach to classical Pilates and deliver a dynamic workout sure to bring you dynamic results. Sculpt, strengthen and stretch your body to new lengths!

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The Hollywood Studio

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The Santa Monica Studio

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The West Hollywood Studio

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Our Workout

Safe

Our studio offers state of the art athletic reformers in a clean and tidy environment. All of our workouts consist of no impact, closed chain exercises taught by qualified instructors who give you step-by-step instructions.

Effective

Pilates utilizes key elements of resistance and counter-resistance to strengthen, tone and elongate your muscles. Working on our reformers will help improve endurance, increase flexibility and postural alignment, and restores the body’s natural balance.

Challenging

No class is ever the same! You will apply different movement each class to help shock your body to promote change and will always be pushed to the next level. You will quickly see and feel the effects.

Rehabilitative

Regardless of how hard you work, every move we utilize is rehabilitative to the body. We work in a neutral spine and proper body alignment to achieve perfect postural alignment and muscular balance.

Progressive

Our studio will pull from some of the classical movements but will offer a progressive approach to your reformer class utilizing a combination of performance enhancement tactics, functional and corrective training.

Fun

Our classes will leave you feeling relaxed, worked out and happy. Not only do we love pilates but we work hard and have fun doing it!

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Focus and concentration promote the mind-body connection. As you focus and become mindful of each body movement, you receive optimum physical value from each movement as well as enhance your body awareness and neuro-pathways.
During your Pilates workout, you should consciously bring your focus to the center of your body. The center of your torso is referred to as the “powerhouse,” from which all strength for exercise is derived. We activate our powerhouse consistently by working in a neutral spine position, firing our our back muscles and abdominals at the same time and keeping the spine in a safe, natural curvature.
The Pilates method is based on mental concentration, including proper, safe and complete muscle control. With proper control, you utilize the exact and correct form, leaving no part of your body unattended. You direct each and every movement. Executing one exercise with deliberate intention is more important than completing more repetitions with sloppier form. For this reason, our highly trained Love for Pilates instructors provide detailed instructions to our devotees on all movements.
The exercises in a Pilates session are meant to flow from one to the other, minimizing the amount of down time, and creates a circuit training method that requires endurance and builds stamina. The muscle control such as the sustained core connection and the postures require stamina and does improve over time through consistently taking classes with our Love for Pilates instructors.
From head to toes, the Pilates method promotes good postural alignment and awareness of the placement of all parts of your body. During your class, it is important to be aware of the position of your head, neck, spine and pelvis to ensure proper breathing and technique. Ideal posture is essential for proper daily function of not only muscles and joints but of organs and internal health. Disruption of alignment leads to pain, accelerated wear and tear, muscular imbalances and energy drain. Working in proper alignment reinforces the muscles that will learn to support a balanced posture.
There is a special breathing technique we use in Pilates that allows us to maintain a contraction of the abs throughout an exercise. It is called, lateral breathing. In lateral breathing we breathe deeply, all the way down the spine and into the pelvic bowl, but emphasize expanding the breath into the back and sides of the ribcage. When the abs are pulled in properly, they protect the spine and act like a supportive corset for the whole trunk. Knowing how to breathe well while keeping the abs contracted gives us extra support throughout an exercise. As you practice lateral breathing, you will find that you are able to perform Pilates exercises with greater ease. It helps make the scoop of abs easier and enhances the sense of lengthening the spine with the breath.
Mind-body conditioning is developed through the focus and concentration you give to each precise movement in your practice, thus connecting the mind to move the body. If you want to enhance your overall mental and physical well-being, the Pilates movements that you engage in at Love for Pilates will simultaneously engage the mind and body.
Pilates routines are completed through a gentle flow. Grace, ease and fluidity are the intention applied to our classes. Continuous, smooth and elegant movements as you transition from one pose to another will bring strength, length and stamina to your physique.


The Hollywood Studio

  • Address: 1253 N Vine St, Suite #23, Los Angeles, CA, United States
  • Phone: (310) 873-3288
  • Email: info@loveforpilates.com

Business Hours

  • Monday | 6am to 8:15pm
  • Tuesday | 6am to 9pm
  • Wednesday | 6am to 9pm
  • Thursday | 6am to 9:30pm
  • Friday | 6am to 7pm
  • Saturday | 8am to 2pm
  • Sunday | 9am to 2pm


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The Santa Monica Studio


Business Hours

  • Monday | 6am to 9pm
  • Tuesday | 6am to 9pm
  • Wednesday | 6am to 9pm
  • Thursday | 6am to 9:30pm
  • Friday | 6am to 7pm
  • Saturday | 9am to 2pm
  • Sunday | 8am to 2pm


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The West Hollywood Studio


Business Hours

  • Monday | 6am to 9pm
  • Tuesday | 6am to 9pm
  • Wednesday | 6am to 9pm
  • Thursday | 6am to 8:30pm
  • Friday | 6am to 7pm
  • Saturday | 8am to 2pm
  • Sunday | 8am to 2pm


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West Hollywood