Want to know where to go when it comes to Pilates in Seattle?
Whether you're a newbie or a seasoned pro, there are plenty of high-caliber Pilates options to choose from in and around Seattle.
To find the top Pilates studios in the area, Hoodline analyzed data from Yelp, Facebook and ClassPass to identify which studios are the most popular. Read on for the results.
(Bonus: You can try them all out if you're a member of ClassPass, a monthly fitness membership that provides access to thousands of different studios, gyms and wellness offerings.)
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Pilates on 10th
2351 10th Ave. East, Capitol Hill
Pilates on 10th is Seattle's favorite Pilates studio by the numbers, with 4.8 stars out of 1,331 reviews on ClassPass, five stars out of 18 reviews on Yelp and 1,146 fans on Facebook.
"Your body is yours for the rest of your life; it should be kept in the best condition possible so that you can work and play with ease and free from injury. Pilates workouts are based on strengthening the deep stabilizing muscles of the body, as a result the body is well toned and elongated," per the business' ClassPass profile.
"Practicing Pilates daily will not only strengthen your body but your mind and awareness as well," its Yelp page continues.
See what people are saying about Pilates on 10th's classes on ClassPass here.
89 Yesler Way, Pioneer Square
Also among Seattle's favorites is Bodytonic Pilates, with 4.7 stars out of 116 reviews on ClassPass, 4.5 stars out of 16 reviews on Yelp and 286 fans on Facebook.
"Located in the historic Pioneer Square neighborhood of downtown Seattle, Bodytonic Pilates is a private Pilates studio focusing on fitness and rehabilitation for beginning to advanced students," per the business's ClassPass profile. "Instructors at Bodytonic Pilates design challenging workouts based on Pilates principles to engage and strengthen your core and increase overall muscle tone. They create individualized and vigorous exercise programs rooted in balance and stability."
"At Bodytonic Pilates in Seattle, we provide fun and effective private and group classes lead by experienced and certified teachers with extensive dance backgrounds," Bodytonic Pilates's Yelp page states. "The studio is outfitted with reformers, trapeze tables, stability chairs, and other small equipment. High ceilings and massive windows make for a warm and energizing environment."
See what people are saying about Bodytonic Pilates's selection of classes on ClassPass here.
3333 Wallingford Ave. North, Suite B, Wallingford
With 4.7 stars out of 184 reviews on ClassPass, five stars out of 12 reviews on Yelp and 513 fans on Facebook, Studio Evolve has garnered plenty of local fans.
"Through Pilates, GYROTONIC® exercises and SPRe Bodywork, Studio Evolve embraces the remarkable connection between the body and mind and the ultimate power generated when they work in concert," states the business's profile on ClassPass. "They believe an integrated approach that includes physical bodywork and mindful movement is the most effective path to achieving true health. Their expertise in multiple modalities makes them distinctively qualified to offer you exactly what you need to thrive."
Learn more about Studio Evolve's selection of classes on ClassPass here.
2712 Eastlake Ave. East, Eastlake
With 4.7 stars out of 215 reviews on ClassPass, five stars out of 18 reviews on Yelp and 309 fans on Facebook, Union Pilates holds its own among the competition.
"An authentic Pilates studio, offering small group, Mat and Tower classes, Union Pilates specializes in tailoring sessions to the body, skill-level and the individual," explains the business's ClassPass profile. "Ashley Newman, studio owner and Head Instructor, is seeking to make a significant impact on the health and fitness of those in the Seattle community. She helps people rediscover their bodies, not just getting them in shape, but healing from the outside in and learning to listen to the body."
"Ashley Newman started teaching Pilates in 2008 after completing a year-long apprenticeship with Master Teacher Dorothee Van de Walle at Metropolitan Pilates in Seattle," according to the business's Yelp page. "She has taught at some of the best studios and gyms in Seattle including Metropolitan Pilates, Club Zum and the Washington Athletic Club. Ashley came to Pilates looking for a solution to painful symptoms from scoliosis, a spinal condition she was diagnosed with as a teen."
Read reviews of Union Pilates's different classes on ClassPass here.
Emerald Physical Therapy and Pilates
1423 N.W. 70th St., Ballard
With five stars out of 48 reviews on ClassPass, five stars out of two reviews on Yelp and 67 fans on Facebook, Emerald Physical Therapy and Pilates is another popular local pick.
"Bridging the gap between rehab and wellness by offering Pilates-based rehab and customized fitness programs," states the business's ClassPass profile. "Physical Therapy, Pilates-based rehabilitation and Pilates wellness services to help you move better and feel better. Learn to use your core to support all movement."
Read reviews of Emerald Physical Therapy and Pilates's classes on ClassPass here.
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