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Pilates is a great way to build strength and flexibility, and whether you are visiting or live in the city, here are some places to bend and stretch.
Body Tonic: Since 1999 this Park Slop studio has been teaching truly energetic Pilates classes to Brooklynites. Heck, owner Jennifer DeLuca even wrote a book on the subject, Pilates for Wimps: Total Fitness for the Partially Motivated. So, you know she is legit.
Re:AB Pilates Studio: There are a lot of great classes at this NoHo studio, from mat classes to the Wunda Chair. The studio was founded by Brooke Siler over 10 years ago, and sense then, not only have residents made it their hot spot to go to, but they have a fair celebrity base too.
Erika Bloom Pilates Plus: In the world of Pilates, this studio is the cream of the crop and Erika Bloom knows what she is talking about. The former dancer uses her training in ballet, yoga, and holistic body methods to create the classes taught in her Upper East Side studio.