Below is a list of the top and leading Pilates Studios in Austin. To help you find the best Pilates Studios located near you in Austin, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Austin’s Best Pilates Studios:
The top rated Pilates Studios in Austin are:
- Pilates South Austin – provides programs that improve the overall health and empowers the body to do better
- Pure Pilates Austin – integrates various elements of resistance and counter-resistance to improve balance, flexibility, and endurance
- Reform Pilates – offers reformer pilates classes, TRX, and cardio workouts in a straightforward studio
- South ToddPilates and Barre – provides affordable and accessible exercise that defines who and what they are
- Somaspace – offers focused personal attention in a supportive environment to reach fitness goals easily
Pilates South Austin
Pilates South Austin provides programs that improve the overall health and empowers the body to do better. They also cater to clients experiencing pains and recovering from injuries. Furthermore, the instructors are friendly and knowledgeable. They provide a comfortable environment for their clients. The studio is also equipped with top-of-the-line equipment like Balanced Body Allegro 1 and 2 Reformers. Moreover, they offer various classes for various purposes. They offer open-level, reformer classes, and many more. There are also virtual classes from pilates mat and barre.
Address: 9901 Brodie Ln #145, Austin, TX 78748
”Each and every class and instructor have been positive for me. I want to leave a special shout out to Kym for her mat class on 10/30 at 8:30 a.m. I appreciate her skill and willingness to always personalize and intuit exactly what each of her clients needs during a particular session. Her attention to detail and her gentle, encouraging, and no nonsense way of getting a body to do what it needs to do are to be admired! My body and mental health both send a BIG THANK YOU to her for this particular session.” – Beth Bernhard
Pure Pilates Austin
Pure Pilates Austin integrates various elements of resistance and counter-resistance to improve balance, flexibility, and endurance. There are also exercises for toning of muscles using a low-impact environment. Furthermore, their classes run for 45 minutes. This includes a full-body workout sculpting and toning the little muscles. The trainers provide individualized support to help clients reach their fitness goals. Moreover, the studio has the highest standards of cleanliness. They use professional cleaning services for the studio. The trainers also incorporate cardio elements with upbeat music to increase the heart rate. It also burns away the calories.
Address: 1414 S Lamar Blvd c101, Austin, TX 78704
“My favorite place for pilates, amazing informative instructors. Also available on class pass with 3 Austin locations. Easy parking. Socks and apparel sold inside. Always g rear music and routines.” – Julie Weilnau
Reform Pilates offers reformer pilates classes, TRX, and cardio workouts in a straightforward studio. The studio uses innovative equipment like PUSHERS. Furthermore, they offer family workouts, group workouts, and private sessions. They are also offering Bootcamp style or therapeutic programs depending on the needs of the clients. Moreover, they have highly trained instructors that guide clients throughout their journey. They constantly empower them to create a very kind and friendly environment.
Address: 3110 Windsor Rd A, Austin, TX 78703
”I have done Pilates at Reform for years now. My trainer, Aimee, is very professional and attentive to my workout needs. I have also had occasion to work out with other trainers in Aimee’s absence and they are all excellent.” – Bonnie Lockhart
South ToddPilates and Barre
South ToddPilates and Barre provides affordable and accessible exercise that defines who and what they are. There are approachable and friendly staff and teachers. They make all students feel comfortable and welcomed. Furthermore, the instructors provide a synopsis of the class before it starts. The yoga, barre, and pilates classes are available from beginner to advanced levels. Moreover, they include upbeat music while exercising the strength, cardio, and flexibility elements. They let the students work at their own pace.
Address: 4032 S Lamar Blvd #700, Austin, TX 78704
“Fantastic studio! Great energy and quick yet challenging workout. Exactly what I was looking for. I took a 4:30 PM class with Samantha and it was the best thing in months (also, make sure to ask Samantha about SAMZBARZ, her new energy bar line – super delicious and nutritious)! Thank you so much for such a beautiful space, welcoming spirit, and right on the dot exercise technique. I highly recommend ToddPilates!” – Raimonda Skeryte
Somaspace offers focused personal attention in a supportive environment to reach fitness goals easily. They hope to inspire their clients to live healthy lives. The classes they offer help enhance all aspects of their lives. Furthermore, their private instruction includes the use of all studio apparatus. There are also small group classes which are super fun and challenging. There are combinations of equipment to provide effective workout programs. Moreover, their virtual instruction is tailored according to the preferences of the clients. There are also various exercises that may involve the use of mats or other home equipment.
Address: 215 S Lamar Blvd ste a, Austin, TX 78704
”I’ve been a Somaspace client for five years, and in all honesty, I wouldn’t be where I am today without this studio. Multiple surgeries mean that I have to find different ways to work with my body, and Amanda and Shelby make this possible. All of the instructors here are highly trained, but Somaspace goes beyond expectations. Here, they really care about the long term, and helping me to ensure that I have the spine strength and mobility to get there. I can not recommend this studio more highly, but I wish that I could.” – Erin Randall
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