Pilates Body Fitness offers a warm and welcoming environment with high ceilings and an abundance of natural light. The studio is equipped with a full reformer/trapeze table, 3 half-trapeze reformers, 4 chairs, ladder barrel, ped-o-pul and more!
Buffy Sato, the owner of Pilates Body Fitness, has practiced the Pilates method for the past 20 years. She began her study in 1993 and trained for 8 years with Pilates teachers Michele Miller, the founder of Velocity Dance Center in Seattle, and master teacher Cary Regan, who taught with Romana Kryzanowska in New York. Buffy began teaching Pilates in 2000 and opened her studio Pilates Body Fitness in 2002. Buffy has found it immensely rewarding to help clients discover the joy of moving with strength, balance and control.
private and Semi-private pilates classes in Seattle
At Pilates Body Fitness, our emphasis is on creating a great experience for you, the individual. Whatever your reason for working out, we want you to look forward to your time in the studio. If you have any questions or if you'd like to arrange a lesson or observe a semi-private class, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the studio at 206-709-3900.
PAYMENT is due before your session begins. Washington states sales tax will be added to all prices listed on this website. Payment can be made by cash or check (payable to the instructor). The studio also accepts Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express credit cards. 24 hour advance notice is required for cancellation of private, duet or semi-private sessions to avoid being charged in full. All sales are final. Purchased sessions and classes are non-refundable and non-transferable.
A NOTE ABOUT SEMI-PRIVATE CLASSES:It is highly recommended that students take a series of private lessons before enrolling in any group class (semi-private, circuit or jumpboard). Although group classes are directed by an instructor, students are expected to work towards semi-independence in a group class workout. A reasonable level of fitness is desirable for semi-private classes. A semi-private class is not appropriate for people with injuries, who are pregnant or are recovering from recent surgeries. Students should be able to pick up their own props (which are fairly lightweight) and change the springs and safety straps on their equipment as directed by the teacher.
Please refrain from wearing sharp objects (belt buckles, metal hair clips, etc) that may cause damage to the upholstery on the equipment.