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WHO WE ARE


 

 A place created and nurtured out of the love for health and wellness.

 

 

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WHO WE ARE


 

 A place created and nurtured out of the love for health and wellness.

 

 

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We know you're stronger than you think.

 

At 9th & 9th Pilates we offer our students a comprehensive and integrative wellness approach, dedicated to empowering every student in their own physical transformation. With our multi-faceted approach using STOTT Pilates, barrEVOLUTION™, TRX Suspension Training, Yogalates and Velo Ride (spin) Circuit we help students achieve a healthy balance in mind and body. 

Our classes are designed to realign your body, tone and strengthen your physique, and leave you with a calm mind. Small group classes create an inviting atmosphere and allow for true one-on-one attention. Our studio welcomes all levels from those just starting an exercise regimen to the extreme athlete looking to fine-tune their workouts or rehab an injury. Visit our studio to define your strong.

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Classes


 

 

 

 

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Classes


 

 

 

 

 

9th & 9th Pilates has been a place created, and nurtured,

out of the love for health and wellness.

 

 

 We started as a Pilates-exclusive studio but now include, Barr, TRX, Yoga, Spin and Cardio Circuit training. We take a comprehensive approach connecting with the body physically and mentally for a more well rounded result.

Our Pilates classes uses the STOTT PILATES® method, which is a contemporary and progressive approach to the original Pilates exercise method. Stott Pilates incorporates modern principles of exercise science and spinal rehabilitation, making Stott Pilates one of the safest and most effective Pilates methods available, Stott Pilates has the highest standards for training and certification within the Pilates industry. Stott Pilates focuses on maintaining, or regaining, an ideal postural alignment.

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ORIENTATION TO REFORMER

A prerequisite for students who have never taken a STOTT Reformer class and who intend to take any of the reformer-based classes. This class orients the student to the Reformer equipment and his/her personal settings. It also introduces students to the Five Basic Principles of STOTT PILATES – breathing; pelvic placement; rib cage placement; scapular movement; head and cervical spine placement.

VERY ESSENTIAL PILATES

*Ideal for beginners*

A Reformer based class focusing on the basics of Pilates and Reformer work. Designed for those who want a slower, easier pace with a mindful focus of the 5 STOTT alignment principles. This class may integrate foam roller and mat-based exercises.

REFORMER 1/2

An intermediate Reformer-based class. Reformer exercises improve core strength and balance the muscles around the joints, improving the way your body functions, looks and feels. Students who have never taken a STOTT Reformer class must take the Orientation to Reformer class prior to attending.

REFORMER MIXED

 Mix it up! An intermediate-level Reformer based workout that let's the instructor choose any combination of props, use of jumboard, springwall, all or none of the above! Format will vary from week-to-week. Pre-requisite: Orientation to Reformer.

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REFORMER W/ JUMPBOARD

A Reformer-based class that integrates the use of the Jumpboard. Jumpboard classes are serious cardiovascular and leg workouts that challenge the core and elevate the heart rate, while focusing on proper jumping technique. Great for avid cyclists and staying in shape for the ski season! Pre-requisite: Orientation to Reformer.

REFORMER SWEAT

This class will feature a mix of reformer, Bosu, TRX, circuit and mat work. We will move from one room to the other in a heart pumping workout to build strength and keep you burning long after your done! If over 7 people sign up, 2 instructors will teach this class to accommodate 14 spots!

REFORMER 3/4

An intermediate to advanced reformer-based class, which requires greater strength, stability and flexibility than the Reformer I/II classes. Exercises in the Reformer II/III classes are more complex and typically performed at a faster pace than in Reformer I/II classes. It is required that students demonstrate great proficiency in Reformer I/II in order to advance to this class.

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MOBILITY + CORE + BALANCE

* Ideal for beginners*

We will be working hard on your core to strengthen your body from the abs out. Adding in mobility training to keep you moving with different focuses ranging from hips, shoulders, and knees. Balance will be focused on as well and is important with our daily lives of hunching over and sitting. Head to toe workout. No orientation necessary. Mat Pilates based fundamentals.

BARREVOLUTION

Classes will be taught in an all-levels format.  All students are encouraged to join! Please let your instructor know ahead of time if you have any physical limitations or concerns.You will be using a mat, mini stability ball, 2-3lb weights, a yoga strap, and of course the barre. We provide everything you will need, except for your energy and enthusiasm

 

YOGAlates

Enjoy the familiar focus on alignment and core strength and familiarize yourself with vinyasa yoga with the addition of Pilates principles to enhance your practice: Sun Salutations, Ujjaii breath, powerful poses, dynamic flow and resting meditation. This class will leave your body feeling supple, strengthened, and stretched and your mind calm. Bring your own mat if you can. Rental mats are free on your first visit, and $1 there after.

BE strong trx

Strong is the new skinny and this class was designed for just that. High intensity intervals of intense strength training that will sculpt all aspect of your body while keeping your interest through a diversity of movements. The class is designed to increase strength, cardiorespiratory endurance, balance, and your metabolism. The use of various equipment will enhance the work out and increase stability demands of the body. Medicine balls, TRX, BOSU balance trainers and a variety of other toys will be used to challenge your strength. All levels welcome. Athletic shoes preferred.

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VELO

Come spin with us. This 55 minute class will be a combo of cardio on the spin bike, weights and core for an entire full body workout. A class for all levels, beginners to experts. Wear leggings or bike shorts. Bring, water and sneakers or bike shoes, clip-less pedals provided. $130 for 10 classes

velo ride circuit

45 minute spin workout paired with a 15 minute heart pumping circuit workout. Your entire body will be pushed by cardiovascular and strength excersizes on and off the bike. May include TRX, Bosu, medicine balls and any other toys that will make you sweat!

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Ride Velo


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Ride Velo


What Is Velo?

Velo is a heart pumping spin workout that’s scaleable to your ability and fitness level.

Whether you are a first timer on a bike or a seasoned triathlete, Velo will rock your world. The experience is formatted around an awesome playlist choreographed to a workout that will likely include a series of climbs, flats, sprints, hovers, and downhills. But, its not your average spin class. Velo will lift you up and help you dig into your inner strength when we also get you off the bike for circuit and core work. That piece may be in the beginning, middle or end, but one thing is for sure, it’s never the same workout. 

 

 

You made it through your first class!

What’s next?

WHat should

I expect?

We always encourage people to try 5 classes before they decide their opinion. The first one may have been the hardest thing you’ve done in a long time, or maybe it was a breeze. By the end of the 5th class, your buns, your heart and your core will thank you. Spread them out to maybe 2 a week and work up to 3 times a week. Above that, we want to make sure you are cross training here or somewhere else so you don’t get injured from overuse. 

 

If its your first class, arrive early, maybe 10 minutes to get orientated with the studio and your bike. There’s a waiver we have you sign before you sweat with us located at the front desk. Let the instructor know you are new so we can help you with set up. Some of it is comfort based and some of it is based on your height, and torso length. Once you’ve been set up, you can just spin for a few minutes to get the hang of the balance and weight transfer. If you feel woozy anytime during your first class, slow down your feet and stop moving for a minute. Take a break and head outside to cool down. Signal to the instructor so we can make sure you are safe. Not everyone goes through this, but if you are just beginning a cardio routine, this is fairly normal and will get better as you gain fitness. 

WHAT SHOULD I BRING?

WHAT SHOULD I Wear?

Most people are more comfortable in leggings or spandex for the bottoms, but it is certainly not required. Some people prefer to even wear bike shorts to prevent any chaffing from the seats. However, our Velo seats are much more cushy than any bike seat you’ve been on. For tops, tight or loose fitting is fine, whatever you feel more comfortable in. It gets hot really quick in here so layers work well. Good athletic socks to soak up the sweat help. For shoes, you will be fine in sneakers or bike shoes. Our pedals have both Shimano SPD clips and toe straps, so some people choose to bring their own bike shoes for a more secure and stable fit. We do not provide shoes at this time. 

Water. Drink up buttercup, before, during and after. Its hot and sweaty in all the right ways. We provide towels and 2 giant fans to keep you cool. If you tend to get really hot, or are just starting out in your cardio training, sit by the big fan in the back for most air circulation. 

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Rates + Policies


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Rates + Policies


 
 
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Rehabilitation



 

 

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Rehabilitation



 

 

REHABILITATION

9th and 9th Pilates rehabilitation programs are for those recovering from and/or wanting to rebuild from injury, illness, pregnancy and surgeries. We have found that 1-1 private Stott Pilates lessons from our skilled instructors bridges the gap between physical therapy and getting back to your normal level of fitness and activities. You will learn proper biomechanics under the watchful eye of your instructor while developing and re-developing strength, agility and balance in your core and limbs. 

On your consultation either over the phone or at the office, you will be matched with one of our instructors whose specialties meets your needs. On your first visit, a brief health history, your goals and objectives will be discussed. By the end of the first appointment, we will develop your treatment plan and schedule. 

At the beginning of each lesson your instructor will check in with you to see if you have any questions or concerns and see how you are doing. In your program your muscles will be skillfully worked bilaterally, unilaterally, in flexion, extension, rotation and lateral rotation to safely strengthen you in a balanced way. 

We can work with any degree of injury and/or level of fitness. We start from where you are and build from there. We will teach you modifications and work within your comfort range, always supporting you to strengthen safely. 

 

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Contact


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Contact


9th & 9th Pilates

854 East 900 South

Salt Lake City, UT 84105

801. 410. 4180

info@9thand9thpilates.com

 

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