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No matter your stage in life, keeping fit is essential to doing the things you love with ease, power and grace. In this class, you’ll increase body awareness and learn healthy functional movement strategies grounded in science.
Expect improved posture, injury prevention, coordination, core strength, flexibility and balance with crossover benefits to your daily sports and activities. This class is appropriate for beginner to advanced intermediate levels. If you have low bone density, weight bearing exercises are incorporated and safe mat variations will be offered.
Aging Strong Pilates SUMMER CLASS SERIES is FILLED
UNIQUE SPECIAL OFFER – Pay for 7, choose from 10! (Registration now Closed)
To allow for summer travel flexibility, your class fee includes payment for only 7 classes however you get to choose from 10 dates!
Duration: June 5-Aug 21, no class June 19 or June 26
Location: El Camino Hospital
“Park Pavilion” Room L/M most classes
2400 Grant Rd, Mtn View
(entrance behind the YMCA)
Fee: $140 (covers 7 classes of your choice)
List of Class Dates: June 5, 12, July 3, 10, 17, 21, 31, Aug 7, 14, 21
Note: If you take more than 7 classes, you would pay a drop in fee of $20 for each extra class. This is on the honor system. Only registered participants are eligible for the extra drop ins.
Please bring your own mat. Various small props are used to enhance your movement experience. Bring a resistance band and 9 inch inflatable ball if you have them.
FREE! Inflatable Mini Ball, myofascial release 1/2 tennis ball and a carry tote are provided free of charge to new participants! Low allergy/low latex 5 ft resistance bands are available for purchase in class for $10. Free video links will be made available for participants to encourage consistency of practice.
The instructor, Teresa Maldonado Marchok, is a licensed physical therapist, certified Pilates instructor, former professional dancer and ambassador for American Bone Health. She believes exercise should be challenging yet fun so bring a flexible mind, open heart and be prepared to laugh! For more information or questions email:teresa@
Stanford University – Spring Class Information!
Teresa is founder of the Pilates program at Stanford and has been teaching lecture and movement classes through Stanford University’s School of Medicine Health Improvement Program (HIP) since 1999. Her current offering, available to employees and affiliates of Stanford, is “Aging Strong Pilates”. For more information and to register then click here, and enter “Aging Strong Pilates” in the search field. Visit Stanford’s Health Improvement Program
Aging Strong Pilates ® -No matter your stage in life, as we age, keeping fit is essential to doing the things you love with ease, power and grace. In this class, we incorporate both standing and mat work, resistance bands and inflatable 9” miniballs to challenge your core and flexibility. Expect improved posture, injury prevention, coordination, strength, flexibility and balance with crossover benefits to your daily sports and activities. This class is appropriate for beginner to advanced intermediate levels. If you have low bone density,weight-bearing exercis