Inspiration of the Month: Rachel Piper

Being riddled with back issues, knee issues, and a hip flexor injury that would leave me limping if I did anything strenuous, I found myself nearing the last half of the last year of my thirties with the worst back pain I’d ever had since my injury in 2002. Anytime I did an activity with my 6 year old I would find myself feeling wobbly and weak. I couldn’t sleep on my back without so much pain. I thought, “I have got to do something about this before I turn forty”.

Everyone always gave me the same advice – strengthen your core and you’ll have less back problems. Strengthen your core and you’ll have more balance. Everything always comes back to the core. I realized I need to go somewhere, outside my home, to mix it up because I didn’t trust myself to stick with it if I did it at home. I decided I would take a small step forward and try doing yoga; something I had loved in the past.

I searched for weekend Yoga classes and asked a local mom’s group for suggestions on Yoga studios that had classes on the weekend. One of the first comments was a recommendation for Rivercity Pilates who had “beginner classes that were fantastic”. I had not done Yoga in at least 15 years, so I figured a beginner class would be a great idea. I was out of shape and out of the loop, so I got on the website and was tunnel-visioned on yoga. Then a box popped up about Pilates and a complimentary session?? I like free stuff! I did some quick reading on the website to see what Pilates was all about and decided to give it a shot. I booked my complimentary session!

I was immediately nervous for two reasons:

  1. I didn’t think I would be physically able to do any of the exercises.
  • When I looked at the class schedule and recognized a few words based off the descriptions, I was a little worried. I couldn’t even sleep on my back…how was I supposed to do these exercises while I was on my back?
  1. A one on one session with a person I don’t know.
  • I tend to get weird about stuff like that. I don’t like to be the main focus and I certainly didn’t want my shortcomings or my body shape to be the center of attention.

I promised myself I was going to do something, so I decided I need to just see what would happen. Plus, it was free! I repeated this to myself for the full day before my complimentary session.

I walked into the studio on July 29, 2018 to the friendliest greeting. I got a tour of the studio and then we had a conversation about my body, my past injuries, my concerns, and my thoughts. I received the history of the Pilates method and what it does to the body. I was immediately told that anyone could do it and that the studio was focused on Pilates being for every body. Every body is a different shape and size. Every body moves differently. Every body can do it, the body just may need a prop or modification. It doesn’t matter what the person next to you can or cannot do, you listen to your body and figure out what your body can do now and then you can try and push yourself to see what it might be capable of when you are ready. Pilates was meant for the long term, start small and build on it. The conversation I had with Kimberly was something I desperately needed to hear. I needed to hear that someone was confident that I could do Pilates and that I didn’t need to worry about how strong or weak I was or what kind of shape I was in (or what my body shape was).

After we had our chat, I got to trial a few of the basic Pilates exercises on the Cadillac and I was given details on what each exercise was doing for my body. I was able to do each exercise I tried (yes!!) and I felt so exhilarated by that, that I wanted to do more! I was surprised by my own excitement. I purchased one of the beginner packages that had private sessions to start my journey, even though I had just spent over 24 hours fretting about one on one focus. It was completely out of my comfort zone, but it was the best decision I could have made looking back.

I started with one Saturday class and one Sunday class a week. The Sunday classes were specifically for beginners and the Saturday class was an ‘all level’ class where the instructor would show different modifications for the exercises. There was a lot of great positive reinforcement with each instructor I had and that made me want to go more, learn more, and push myself more.

After the first month, I started to pick up a few props from the studio so I could practice at home. I tried to focus on the exercises that were the hardest for me in class. I got on the Rivercity website and started watching videos and breaking them down to see if I could use that information to help myself get better at certain exercises. There were times I found myself getting a little frustrated that my body couldn’t do certain things and any time I brought that up with an instructor, the instructor would give me a tip or an exercise I could start practicing “to get me there”. After a couple of these interactions I started to give myself more leniency when practicing something new. I purchased and read Return to Life and found a lot of wonderful passages that made me realize that this is something you need to practice and work on for a lifetime, but that even in a short amount of time you’ll see progress. And you will feel better – physically and mentally.

After three full months of doing classes at least twice a week and doing short 15-20 minutes sessions at home at least once a week (and doing the Core Challenge in October) – my back pain when sleeping diminished by about 95%. I still can’t believe it! I also realized I was able to pop up and down off the mat, I had lots of extra energy, and I was just happier!

Four and a half months later:

  • I am pretty positive that I have more flexibility now than I had in my teens, though I’d never been super flexible. I do have the confidence in my body to try more advanced exercises and to try and push myself a little more each time. I have more patience with my body now and I appreciate what it can do and how far it has come.
  • I scheduled myself to do the Return to Life advanced class. It was a goal I set for myself around the 6 week mark of my journey. I really wanted to do Return to Life before I turned 40!
  • I am also signed up for the Teacher Training Program for Mat Levels I – III. I am so excited to get involved with this program!

My Favorites!

  • My favorite exercise is the roll up because it feels so great after doing the hundred to roll up and down one vertebrae at a time while coordinating breathe with it. I also love working on all the pieces to the Boomerang. I hope to be a total pro at the Boomerang one day because it is a beautiful exercise to watch.
  • My favorite props are pretty much all of the props. The band, the ball, the foam roller, the oov, the magic circle, the big balls – all add a little something to class and I like the fact that the instructors mix it up.
  • My favorite equipment would probably be the Chair even though I have only used it twice. It was the piece of equipment used in one of my first private sessions. Multiple times throughout the session I thought (and possibly said aloud), “I don’t think I can do that, but I guess I’ll give it a try”. I was able to do all the exercises and felt really accomplished.

What would I tell someone who is thinking of starting?

  • I would say, if you have any fears or concerns, the Rivercity team will help you get past those. They believe that if you have a body, you can do Pilates.
  • I would say, if you are feeling off balanced, if you are sore a lot, or if you have trouble getting up and down – you can still do Pilates.
  • I would say, it doesn’t matter how old you are.
  • I would say, mix it up. Try some mat classes and try some equipment classes. Go to the free Life Inspired events, even. I know I went in thinking that I would only like the equipment classes because I thought I would need the equipment to do the exercises. I found out quickly that my body was capable of more than I gave it credit for, but that I also needed to give my body “a break” when it wasn’t in the “advanced” position.
  • I would say, get a beginner package with some private sessions or spend the money to do some private sessions. You will get to try so many different things in the private sessions with that one on one attention and you will always leave realizing that you are stronger than you think you are.
  • I would say, watch some of the videos that Carey has posted on her site. Not just the exercise videos. My favorite video is one where Carey talks about someone telling her that she hadn’t tried a Barre class because someone told her she wasn’t strong enough. Carey called out “BS” on that because she truly believes that you are strong enough to try anything you want in her studio. I loved that raw video and her comments are something we all need to hear.

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Ready to try Yoga?

This series is designed to introduce Yoga to those with limited or no experience.  If you’re a beginner in Yoga or haven’t practiced in awhile start here!  Over the course of 4 weeks , we will learn the basics of Yoga including breath work, postures and alignment and see how all of these combined will help you on your journey to more focus, balance, strength and flexibility.  
What to expect/bring:
Bring a Yoga mat if you have one and if you don’t we have some at the studio!
Bring a water bottle if you like to rehydrate during movement. 
Wear clothing that allows you to move freely.
Be prepared to move and also be prepared to have moments of stillness. 
Bring a positive and open attitude towards the discovery of your new practice!
$49 for 4 week series or use any class card or membership series.

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Attention beginners: Learn, move, strengthen, lengthen and feel better with this Pilates Mat Class!

This 4 week Pilates Mat class series is designed for those who are brand new to Pilates and want to learn what it is all about and how they can use the Pilates method of exercise to feel better and move better in their body.
This class will move slowly and purposefully.  Participants will get detailed explanations of how to do each movement in a way that is safe for their body and in a way that makes it most effective for them!  Expect to learn how to breathe better, how to engage your core muscles, and how to start thinking about movement and exercise in a whole new light!
This weekly class held Wednesdays at 5pm will help you gain strength, flexibility and mobility in your body.  4 weeks for $49 or use any class card or membership option.  

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Top 3 reasons you absolutely will not want to miss the free Braided Towel Class!

This month’s free Life Inspired Class will be a Braided Towel Pilates Mat Class taught by Shelley Oglesby. Shelley’s Braided Towel Mat class will incorporate the braided towel prop into a beginner friendly Pilates mat class.  The braided towel was created by one of Joseph Pilates students Ron Fletcher as a way to enhance the Pilates work.  The 3 foot braided towel can be used in a variety of ways to help clients activate the correct muscles so they can build uniform strength in their body.  
Our top 3 reasons for loving the braided towel as a Pilates Mat prop:
1.  Shoulder awareness:  If you are like the rest of the world and tend to hold tension and tightness in your neck and shoulders, this class will change you!  You’ll learn how to activate the muscles that need to be strengthened to create more balance in your shoulders and upper back and you’ll leave class feeling like you have more mobility and ease in your shoulders!
2.  Support and connection: You’ll learn how to use the towel in ways that help the rest of your body move better! You’ll find yourself engaging your deep abdominal muscles more and being able to gain more movement in your spine with the support of the towel.
3.  Variety is the spice of life...Changing up the exercises you normally do with this simple prop will challenge your body and mind in new ways giving you a fabulous whole body workout! 

Life Inspired is a free community class held every month.  Class is free but space is limited so be sure to sign up to reserve a spot!   Stay after class for wine and chocolate and other great snacks!! 

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Gain strength and increase mobility with our Beginner Friendly Tower Classes!

This beginner friendly Pilates equipment class will use the Pilates Tower to practice exercises designed to create mobility and strength in your body. The Pilates Tower system springs create a support system for your body so you can learn how to engage muscles properly and stay safe in your movements. You’ll leave your workout feeling an inch taller and amazing in your body!

Space is limited to 5 participants so sign up early to reserve your spot! If you are brand new to the studio or Pilates we always recommend starting off with a complimentary private Pilates session before your first class!

Mondays at 6 pm with Kimberly Burke. Purchase 4 classes for $89 or use any of our class card or membership options.
Makeup classes are possible if you need to miss a week.

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Does the Pilates equipment scare you a little?

New to Pilates? Does the Pilates equipment scare you a little because you don’t like not knowing what you are doing?

Maybe you are nervous about feeling silly in class because you don’t know the exercises? Start here!

The Introduction to Pilates Equipment Class is designed for true beginners and those who are still getting comfortable with the Pilates equipment.  It is safe for those with chronic back pain and those with knee and hip replacements.

Classes will focus on learning the Pilates basic concepts and movements and will utilize the Pilates equipment to help you gain strength, flexibility and mobility in your entire body! You will get a great whole body strengthening workout and you are going to love the support of the equipment and be amazed at how it helps you see and feel results in your body!  

Space is limited to 5 participants so sign up early to reserve your spot!  Purchase 4 classes for $89 or use any of our class card or membership options.  

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Frustrated with Foot Pain?

Are you dealing with foot pain that just won’t go away? Maybe you are starting to get bunions, have chronic tightness, plantar fasciitis or even just chronic cramping in your feet and calves.  Maybe you’ve tried a few solutions that just didn’t work and have decided just to deal with the pain and discomfort? 

The Healthy Feet Workshop is designed to equip you and empower you with knowledge and tools you can use to help your feet feel better.  What happens in our feet and ankles effects everything else in our body.  You’ll learn how you can use the Pilates principles and philosophies of creating uniform development in your body to make lasting changes.  You will walk away being inspired and motivated to start adding simple movement tools into your life that will keep your feet healthy! 

You don’t need to have foot pain to benefit from this workshop but if you have dealt with or are dealing with Plantar Fasciitis, bunions, hammer toes, heel pain or any foot discomfort you will especially love this workshop!! 

Here’s what one of our previous participants had to say about the workshop:

I was impressed by the workshop! I have to admit, I was a little skeptical when my friend asked me to go…after seeing a podiatrist and physical therapist for the past year, I figured the workshop might be more of the same stretches & that I had previously been told. I am excited to try all the different things you taught us to do with the balls.

January 27th at 2pm


Register here to reserve your spot!


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Feeling like a couch potato?

Has it been awhile since you’ve worked out? Are you feeling uncomfortable in your body and ready to make some steps toward getting your health back? Does the thought of joining a gym or a group fitness class scare you? Our 4 week Couch Potato Pilates Series for Beginners is designed for you!!

This 4 week series of classes will introduce you to the Pilates Method of exercise in a very un-intimidating small group atmosphere. Each class will only have 5 clients maximum per series and everyone will be starting fresh like you! Movements and exercises will be introduced with detailed explanations of what to do and why we do it and there will be lots of variations for every body type. There will be plenty of time for questions throughout the sessions.

Clients will be introduced to basic Pilates movements and we will be using the Pilates Tower system to introduce movement ideas and concepts. The Pilates Tower equipment is designed to help Pilates instructors give clients a “support system” to move at their appropriate level so they can move safely and efficiently and continue to progress in their Pilates practice.

There will be a weekly handout reviewing concepts we’ve learned and giving you some optional exercises you can work on at home.

We suggest scheduling a complimentary private session with your instructor before starting the series so you can get introduced to the studio and learn more about the 4 week series!

Click here to sign up for the 4 week session Thursdays at 10 am January 10th -January 31st.  

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Pampering for your feet…the perfect gift for anyone who spends a lot of time on their feet!


Our Healthy Feet Gift Box is fabulous for anyone who spends a lot of time on their feet! It’s also great for anyone dealing with foot discomfort in their life.  Purchase a Healthy Feet Gift Box HERE. You can pick up the ready to go gift wrapped box at the studio or have it shipped! 



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2 simple props can completely change how your back and body feel!





Do you or someone in your life have issues with your back?  This gift box might be just what Santa should bring to your house!  Click HERE to purchase our Healthy Back Gift Box.  Pick up in studio or shipping available.

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The perfect gift for that hard to buy for person!

Our Roll, Release & Relax gift box was inspired by our weekly Roll,Release & Relax Class and contains all of the balls we use in class!  It’s a great gift for anyone interested in some simple techniques to release tightness and tension in their muscles and fascia!  Anyone can easily learn the simple techniques!  Included with the gift box is a free Roll, Release, and Relax Class at the studio!  Click Here to Purchase! (shipping is available or you can pick up at the studio) 

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Need a quick, unique gift anyone would love? Let us help!








Check out this gift package from Aroma Joy with two of our favorite products to hep nourish our skin in the winter!  If you are looking for a gift that anyone will love….this is it! 

Purchase a Seasonal Soother Gift Bag HERE!  Pick up in studio or shipping is available! 

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Does the idea of teaching Pilates scare you? (yet you love it enough you are thinking about it?)



Our Pilates Mat Teacher Training Program starts January 12th! 

If you’ve considered teaching Pilates or maybe just want to take the program to learn and progress in your own body there is still time to register!!  Contact Carey to learn more about the program details at 319.665.2499 or!  

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Relieve shoulder and neck tension in less than 10 minutes right now!

Do you hold tension in your neck and shoulders? Do you find yourself scrunching up your shoulders throughout your day without even realizing it? Maybe you find yourself scrunching your shoulders in your Pilates practice.
This braided towel mini workout will strengthen the muscles that help us find good posture and will leave your shoulders and back feeling amazing!  Need a braided towel for your at home workouts? Purchase one HERE.  If you  don’t have a braided towel you can use or big bath towel for this workout! 

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December 2018 Inspiration of the Month: Cindy Reed

When did you start Pilates and what inspired you to start?

 I started Pilates semi-privates with a friend years ago, but when I tripped over the dog and broke my hip in April 2016, all that stopped. I did everything that was recommended by the professionals to decrease the pain and get my range of motion, flexibility and balance back, but after 2 years of sequences of physical therapy, energy work, massage, Rolfing, nutrition, hot yoga, cardio and weight training, I was still limited and painful.  My physical therapist recommended Pilates, and I had heard good things about Rivercity Pilates. I met with Carey and heard about the team she had assembled. I had a new hope that I could really get back to my baseline functioning and I decided to try.

How often do you practice Pilates and what type of sessions or classes have you been doing?

I started with private sessions with Shelley Mockler, backed up by Carey due to my crazy schedule, and adding in Sara for NRT and also yoga. After I got stronger, less painful and more confident, I began picking up an additional Pilates/Yoga class a week.  I had the good fortune to retire in October, and now I am able to do classes at least 4 times a week, plus continuing my privates with Shelley. 

What benefits or improvements have you noticed in your body and life from doing Pilates?

I am so grateful that Shelley, Sara, Carey, Nick, Nancy, Janee and all the other instructors who collaborate and build upon each other’s sessions to help me achieve my goals.  I have made more progress in the last 8 months at Rivercity than I did with all the other therapies in the two years before I got here! I am now pain free, and have the strength and mobility to take a variety of Pilates equipment classes (except Reformer Jumpboard–but soon!), Yoga, and most recently, Barre and Pilates Mat class.  I sleep better, I eat better (motivated by my physical progress), and I am calmer about the future.

Do you have a favorite exercise or piece of equipment (or both)?  

I love the Tower and the Reformer, and of course I couldn’t do without the yoga blocks! The Cadillac has been the most interesting piece of equipment, and has allowed me to move in ways I did not think I could.   I am not sure I will ever become adept at the OOV!  The variety of equipment here is amazing. My previous studio had Reformers and a Cadillac, and I know that I would not have made the progress that I have without the team here and the equipment that they are so skilled in using. 

What would you say to someone who is thinking about doing Pilates?

I would say take the leap and try it– if you don’t like it, you can always quit; but if you don’t try it, you will never know the benefits and the amazing personal gains that can be made at this studio. I started slow, and as I made progress, I was able to do more and now can’t imagine life without it!


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You just never know how that first Pilates class you take could change your life…

Hearing how people found Pilates is one of my favorite things!  Everybody’s journey is different and everybody has their own reasons for why Pilates has become important in their life.  Brenda is just finishing up our Pilates Mat Teacher Training Program and I just loved her story of how she accidentally found it when her girlfriends convinced her to take a class!  

How did you find Pilates?  

Pilates came into my life over 18 years ago.  It started as my girlfriend group said we needed to get out and do something.  The group didn’t exercise past walking.   We found a Pilates class at the YMCA.  Really we went to the class as a joke.  We laughed the entire way through class.  You want us to use our core?  You want us to be a Seal?  The veteran Pilates classmates didn’t enjoy us very much.    We never went back but strangely after my twins were born I remembered that class and how good it felt on my muscles and my stress.  I bought the Windsor Pilates DVD series and started doing Pilates at home.    Every time I practiced my muscles felt like they were uncoiling.  My job is fairly stressful.  At this point I still laughed at myself doing the Seal. 

Fast forward to 2009 with stress at an all time high and I was struggling in my career.   My company got me a business coach.  The first meeting with the business coach he asked me what 3 things I do for stress relief.    I laughed….. just get to the point and tell me what I needed to be a better leader at work.  After much prodding I told him – Pilates.  I had stopped doing Pilates for a couple years as I was too busy.  I committed to doing Pilates 2 times per week.  Once again my muscles started to uncoil, my stress level went down and I was handling things better at work.     My career since then continues to grow.    At work I am a much better employee when I am doing Pilates consistently and I feel so much better.  When I go to Pilates class I don’t think like I am going to an exercise class. When I go to class it isn’t about how fast I can go to beat my neighbor.   My thought process is I am going to reduce stress, treat my muscles well and stay limber as I age.   In the past I suffered from terrible headaches on an almost daily basis and when I do Pilates (and no scrunching shoulders) the headaches are gone.

Last year I jumped into Pilates teacher training.  Pilates has given me so much for stress management and I want to share what it has meant to me.   I have twin 17 year olds and they will graduate this spring so Pilates teaching is in my future to fill the “free” time.

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December Life Inspired: Movement for Back Health Class


Sunday, December 9 at 3 pm with Carey Sadler

This Pilates inspired movement class will combine stretching, release work using small therapy balls and traditional Pilates exercises. We’ll explore how movement can be used as a self care tool to help you feel better in your body and specifically your back. You’ll leave class feeling less stiff, more mobile, and with a new understanding of how you can use movement to empower how your back and body to feel on a regular basis! No Pilates experience is necessary and beginners are welcome!  This is a free Life Inspired community class! 

Sign up early to reserve your spot!  

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November 2018 Inspiration of the Month Debra Aegerter

November 2018

Inspiration of the Month

Debra Aegerter

When did you start Pilates and what inspired you to start?

I was looking for a way to increase my strength so that I could continue practicing and teaching yoga. I was struggling with some of the more challenging yoga poses I had been able to do when I was younger but as I got closer to 60 I just didn’t have the strength. 

How often do you practice Pilates and what type of sessions or classes have you been doing?  

I try to take as many classes as I can. Sometimes that’s four times a week and sometimes it’s only two. Four times is always my goal because I feel the most benefit for me personally. I definitely feel as though I’m building at four and maintaining at two. I always book the reformer classes.

What benefits or improvements have you noticed in your body and life from doing Pilates? 

The first thing I noticed was that I felt stronger. It’s a mental and physical thing. I was getting stronger and the yoga poses that were challenging came more easily. In my daily life things became easier too and I didn’t have to worry about injury. I felt stronger and I was stronger.

Do you have a favorite exercise or piece of equipment (or both)?  

I love the reformer! Maybe it’s because I spend a lot of time on a mat in yoga but it is the class I always want to take. I also love working with props.  I feel like it really teaches you a lot and helps you identify your weak spots.

What would you say to someone who is thinking about doing Pilates?
I would encourage anyone who is considering Pilates to do it! Also, don’t be afraid of the reformer. It took me forever to learn to how to flow with the equipment but I never felt out of place in class with more experienced students. The studio is welcoming and helpful. You won’t regret starting something that makes you feel fabulous.

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Meet the Instructor – Shannon

What do you love about teaching Pilates and Barre? 
I love those moments when a client finds an exercise in their body, feels the intention of the movement, and a new connection with themselves. I really appreciate that Pilates and Barre both are not just about one thing or one muscle group at a time. Both exercise methods require that our entire selves are active, alive and participating. I like to tell clients: nothing is ever dead in Pilates or Barre. Feel energy everywhere.

How would you describe Barre to someone who has never done it?  I do not have a dance background, so I like to tell people that.  Dance experience is not required at all. Barre is similar to Pilates in that our focus is on the whole body working together; something is always stretching while something else is strengthening, all the while being supported by form and posture. Barre, like Pilates, is good at finding and working the smaller, supporting muscles that can bring greater stability, balance, and tone.

You have been teaching Pilates for a long time, besides being a mom and having a full time job. What benefits has this had for you in your life? 
I started taking Pilates mat classes about 18 years ago and really fell in love with the focus required by this movement practice. I began to learn my body and to become very in touch with it. That, more than anything, has served me over the years, through pregnancies and crazy schedules and periods of higher stress. When we practice Pilates with intention and remember to keep our mind engaged, then we really have an opportunity to come into ourselves. Pilates has consistently offered me a practice that helps me manage stress, spend time with like-minded and amazing people, a way to connect with myself, and a way to remain healthy, strong and flexible well into my 40’s.


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Celebrate Purple Friday November Life Inspired: Roll, Release and Relax Class

Need to relax after the holiday? Our free Roll, Release, and Relax class is the perfect way to destress and pamper yourself!

You’ll spend all 50 minutes of this class using specialized therapy balls to do self massage throughout your entire body. These self massage techniques are designed to release tight muscles and fascial adhesions, releasing tensions and leaving you feeling more mobile throughout your entire body. This practice is great for anyone…from those who want to combat tightness due to chronic sitting to athletes wanting balance out their training time and prevent injuries. Balls are provided by the studio. No experience necessary!

Stay after class for apple cider, snacks and shopping! This is a free class but space is limited and it will fill up- so sign up early here:

You can also email us at or call us at 319.665.2499 to sign up!

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