"Physical fitness is the first prerequisite of happiness." - Joseph Pilates
"Physical fitness is the first prerequisite of happiness." - Joseph Pilates
Come experience the joy of movement with Pilates in our home studio in Aledo, Texas. Using unique and state-of-the-art pieces of equipment, we are able to transform the body using just springs as resistance.
The Pilates equipment challenges your body to work directly from your core and helps focus on the small, stabilizing muscles that support the body in its most functional way.
Whether dealing with an injury, wanting to increase athletic performance, or just feel good in your everyday life, Pilates serves all of these purposes and more.
Pilates instructor and studio owner, Chandler has been teaching Pilates since 2010. As a life long dancer, she has danced professionally in numerous companies and eventually produced her own company, Joslin Contemporary Dance Company. Throughout her dance years, she understood the importance of taking care of your body with movement, working correctly and efficiently. Recovering from a dance injury, she began her Pilates journey with getting her comprehensive certification through the BASI school, and has since continued her education with multiple workshops and certifications over the years. Chandler has since furthered her study in the classical method, working with Master Teachers such as Mari Winsor, MeJo Wiggin, Chris Robinson, and many more. Working with rehabilitation clients and elite athletes, Chandler loves sharing the work of Joseph Pilates with each new person that she meets.
Lindsay discovered Pilates in 2013 after having her first child. She began in an effort to lose the baby weight but ultimately found something much greater. In addition to dropping pounds she noticed more muscle definition, a stronger core, improved flexibility and better alignment. After seeing such positive improvements she wanted to share her passion and earned her Anatomy and Comprehensive Mat certifications through Balanced Body in 2015. The following year she was certified with the Bodybar team and currently instructs using the Reformer, Tower and EXO Chair.
Growing up in Southern California, she spent countless hours surfing, snowboarding, wakeboarding, running and doing yoga. With such a diverse physical background she appreciates the variety of challenges Pilates offers and is always finding new ways to expand on her practice both physically and mentally.
Erica Loftin is originally from Aledo, TX and is the younger sister of Aledo Pilates owner Chandler Joslin. Erica attended the University of Oklahoma where she received a Bachelor's degree in Nursing. She currently works at Baylor All Saints in Fort Worth, TX in Labor & Delivery. Erica also graduated with her Master's in Nursing Education and is a clinical nursing instructor for Tarleton State University in Stephenville, TX.
Erica began her journey with Pilates in 2011 working with her sister Chandler. Throughout the years, she has grown to love Pilates and develop a passion for this unique exercise. She decided to take her love of Pilates to the next level by becoming a BASI certified instructor. Erica is excited to start this journey of becoming a Pilates instructor and can't wait to work with clients to achieve their personal goals.
Leanne began her Pilates journey when she started mat classes in hopes of increasing core strength. However, she quickly realized her Pilates practice was dramatically transforming her overall health, boosting her energy, and decreasing chronic pain. She then began taking apparatus privates and fell further in love with the Pilates method leading to her enthusiasm to share the Pilates method with others. Leanne received her instructor training through the Balanced Body program in Dallas, Texas, studying under master instructors such as Karen Sanzo and Shelley Estes. Leanne is excited to share her knowledge and experience with others so they may find their own positive changes in health, body, and life.
Victoria began taking Pilates as a young dancer in her hometown of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. She danced professionally with Atlanta Ballet after graduating from the Rock School for Dance Education in Philadelphia. She has a master’s degree in digital media management from King’s College London and a bachelor’s in History from the University of North Carolina. In London, Victoria reconnected with former colleague, Rika Brixie, who helped Victoria develop a healthier relationship with her scoliosis. Victoria completed the BASI comprehensive training and Pilates for Scoliosis in London after experiencing the positive mental and physical benefits Pilates had on her life. She is passionate about working with dancers and people coping with physical and mental traumas, but looks forward to sharing Pilates with clients of all backgrounds.
Nicole began teaching in 2010. She is comprehensively certified through Balanced Body on all Pilates apparatus. Throughout this time, she has continued her education through advanced training in post-rehab knee and hip replacement, Myofascial movement therapy, advanced studio repertoire and assessment techniques. Nicole is able to develop safe and challenging programs for all ages and abilities to include those with general fitness goals to top tier competitive athletes. Nicole’s approach to any session is whole body integration to achieve goals, help prevent injury and mitigate muscle imbalances. Pilates has dramatically helped Nicole, with chronic back pain from scoliosis, live a full and active life. She hopes to continue spreading the joy and benefits of Pilates to others by serving them in their Pilates journeys.
Staci started her profession in the fitness industry in Jan 2001 & found her love for Pilates through group exercise & personal training. After graduating with a degree in Exercise & Sports Studies from Tarleton State University, she began personal training & instructing group exercise classes. In 2005, Staci got certified to teach Mat Pilates. After incorporating the Pilates principles into classes & training sessions, Staci began to value & understand the benefits. Seeing clients gets stronger, increase flexibility & stability through the practice of Pilates became a priority in each session. In 2011, she had the opportunity to transition into equipment Pilates through Balanced Body. Over the years, Staci has had the privilege of working with clients ranging from college athletes to older clients rehabbing from joint replacement surgery. Her passion for Pilates grows stronger with each client
Maggie has always been passionate about fitness and began her instructing career in 2015 teaching Barre and high intensity interval training at a boutique fitness studio in Dallas, TX. She continued to grow her love of fitness as she transitioned into Pilates shortly after moving to Fort Worth. Here, she began taking classes and quickly jumped at the chance to train in Reformer Pilates and chair. Maggie is a Texas A&M alumni and obtained her Bachelors of Nursing at Texas Tech Health Science Center. After years of working in the intensive care unit, she obtained her masters in nursing at the University of Texas Medical Branch. She currently works as a nurse practitioner at Baylor All Saints, specializing in obstetrics and gynecology. One of Maggie's favorite parts of being an instructor is that she is able to incorporate her background in health in wellness, specifically as it pertains to women's health, with her passion for pilates. Reformer pilates has been instrumental in helping clients, as well as patients, build strength, gain confidence and achieve their wellness goals."
Have a session one-on-one or work out with a partner. By appointment only.
New Client Special- 3 privates for $199
Single session- $80, 5 sessions- $75 each, 10 sessions- $70 each.
Single session per person- $45, 5 sessions- $43, 10 sessions- $40
Book and pay for your spot for four consecutive weeks in a class setting.
*There is a prerequisite of having at least 3 privates or completing 4 Beginner's Classes before entering a standard class time (based on teacher discretion).
Drop in to a class time upon availability.
We hold a studio-wide 24 hr. cancellation policy. This includes series classes, Drop In classes, privates, and duets.
Within the Class Series, if we have more than 24 hrs notice that you will not make class, you are eligible to a Make Up class, either in the two Makeup Classes per month or in another class time. Make Up classes will expire after 30 days from missed session.
If you cancel your class with less than 24 hrs notice or no show, this is a late cancel and you will be charged. No Make Up class is permitted with a late cancel.
All scheduling is done through MindBody (link above in site). Texting, calling, emailing, and in person scheduling will not be a valid form of scheduling.
8:30 am, 9:30 am, 10:30, 11:30, 5:30 pm (Beginner)
5:30 am, 8:30, 9:30, 10:30, 5:30 pm, 6:30 pm
7:30 am, 9:30 am, 10:30 am, 5:30 pm
8:30 am, 9:30, 10:30, 4:30 pm, 5:30 pm, 6:30 pm
5:30 am, 7:30, 8:30, 9:30, 10:30
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
216 N. Front St., Aledo, TX 76008
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm (may vary)
Saturday: 8 am - 12 pm