The open studio format mirrors the way Joseph Pilates ran his studio. There is no need to book visits – You can arrive or join in online whenever you like, stay for as long as you like to complete your workout, learn new exercises, and if you desire, observe.
To attend virtually, you do not need to have Classical Pilates equipment. Karin can work with whatever you have available even if it is just a mat, although over time, you may want to join us in person to feel a deeper connection in the work.
To train with KO Pilates, you should commit to attending at least two (in person and/or virtual) workouts per week, so you build consistency and see improvements with understanding the method, feel better in your body, and help you retain information. In addition, you need to be open to taking time to learn, especially if you’ve done Pilates elsewhere. Change and learning takes time, and you should allow yourself that freedom, so your new Pilates habit is joyful and positive.
“In 10 sessions you’ll feel the difference, in 20 sessions, you’ll see the difference, in 30 sessions you’ll have a whole new body.”