Absolute Pilates is Moving to Larger Studio

Absolute Pilates is moving to a new and improved space at 4411 Linglestown Road, in Harrisburg, and increasing their service offerings. They will have a larger studio to enjoy private Pilates training, small group classes, mat and barre classes.

The Pilates method is an approach in mind and body integration that was created by Joseph Pilates in the 1920s. The fundamental principles focus on balance, concentration, control, centered awareness, fluid movements and breath. Pilates enhances core strength that increases flexibility, coordination and spatial awareness. The repertoire is performed as a mat class or on specialized equipment utilizing springs for resistance. Pilates engages the whole person, not just the muscles.

For more information, call Allison Blust-Zang at 717-585-2592, email Allison@AbsolutePilates.com or visit AbsolutePilates.com.

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