Events/ Workshops

We believe that Pilates should be inclusive, Pilates is for EVERYONE and Pilates is exercise for a LIFETIME. Join us for this class and then treat yourself to some healthy food and drinks at Tempesta Market (1372 W. Grand Ave) and enjoy the camaraderie of new friends!

  • Saturday, October 20th at 2pm. One hour class and food/drinks provided by Tempest Market following the class.
  • Total cost for both $35 Click here to register

It’s accessible to everyone at any level of fitness and provides countless benefits.This mixed level Pilates mat class focuses on strength, precision, and flow of movement. In this small class setting the teacher will present the exercises at multiple levels which allows students to choose to work at a beginning, intermediate, or advanced pace. Students will learn to be aware of breathing patterns and spinal alignment while engaging the deep muscles of the core. Focus is on establishing the bio-mechanical foundations to work safely and effectively within the technique to create uniform development of the body, core strength and breath control. If you learn the Pilates Mat exercises correctly, you will always have a powerful and effective way to get in shape and enjoy the benefits of Pilates.

About Tempesta Market:

Tempesta, meaning “strong wind gusts” or “storms” in Italian, is a nod to both the Windy City and the young company’s whirlwind success. The project comes from the father-and-son team of Agostino and Tony Fiasche, the same duo behind Nduja Artisans Salumeria. That company is best known for producing the spicy, spreadable cured sausage called ‘nduja, a specialty of the Calabrian region of Italy.

From the same family that produces some of the country’s best cured meats under their flagship, Nduja Artisans Salumeria, comes a new multi-concept eatery offering a full-service delicatessen, in-house charcuterie, gelate, craft sandwiches, salads and an array of gourmet pantry items to take home.

They are forever committed to fresh, natural ingredients. All animals are raised humanely, on family farms, and absent of artificial growth hormones and antibiotics.