PRIVATE OFFERINGS

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Want to get a one-on-one lesson with one of our group fitness instructors to focus on bettering your skills in Pilates, yoga, the Alexander Technique (AT) or swimming? Treat yourself and sign up for a private lesson, check out our schedule to see what's available!

Cost:

  • $25 for 30 minutes
  • $50 for 60 minutes
  • Semi-Private Lessons (2 members): $75 for 60 minutes

PILATES: Ideal for Pilates students who are looking for an individualized lesson. Lessons take place in the Pilates Reformer Studio.

YOGA: Private yoga sessions are a gift to yourself and a great way to begin a practice or deepen your yoga journey. During one to one sessions the instructor will customize your practice to highlight poses, meditation, breath study, philosophy, or all components combined. Through personal guidance you will find inspiration and acceptance within your current level of flexibility while creating attainable future goals. 

ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE (AT): Private AT instruction is helpful for addressing specific mobility, flexibility and postural concerns, and is appropriate for members of all experience levels - from beginner to advanced. Private sessions are recorded in patient medical records, and are non-refundable, non-transferable. AT bundles do not expire (five 30-minute sessions for $112.50 or five 60-minute sessions for $225). Additional session offering: $80 for 90 minutes. 

SWIMMING: Private lessons are offered for all levels and our instructors can tailor lessons to meet the specific needs and goals of the individual. Here is the private swim schedule for Sep-Dec. If times listed do not work for you, contact GF Leads with specific day and time that would work for you and she will see if there is availability.

  • Purchase a package of 5 lessons for $112.50

Contact GF Leads with questions.

*Fee is due upon registration and is non-transferable. A minimum 24-hour advance notice of program start date required for a refund.

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