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The Method

Lagree is a high-intensity, low-impact exercise method, that tightens, strengthens, and tones in as little as 20-minutes a session by incorporating bodybuilding principles, such as Time Under Tension, which removes breaks from workouts and grants users the ability to sweat, shake, and persevere through the total duration of every class. In addition, many Lagree movements incorporate the use of 600 muscles at once, making this method even more time-efficient for those on the go and those looking for quick but lasting results.

The Science

Lagree hits 5 components of fitness that virtually no other workout achieves; Endurance, Body composition, Cardiovascular fitness, flexibility, strength. We move extremely slow, each repetition consists of no less than eight seconds, which does not allow for participants to utilize momentum while moving through each exercise. Instead, participants must use muscle groups in a slow, controlled fashion, which demands more metabolic work per unit of time. This extended amount of time that muscles are placed under tension produces rapid results for participants.

The Experience

Expect to shake. Expect to be worked in a way that you have never felt before. You will leave feeling like you have exhausted every muscle in your body, but simultaneously feel open, elongated and strong. Lagree works FAST.

Frequently Asked Questions

Grippy socks are required for all Lagree pilates classes. There are zero exceptions to this rule. If you do not have some at home, we have some available for purchase at the studio. You will not be permitted to take class if you do not bring them/purchase them at the studio.

It is always best to check with your doctor first. Everyone is different. Plus, the details of each pregnancy can differ. While continuing a reasonable program of physical activity and exercise during/after pregnancy often can be beneficial, some modification to exercise routines and exertion levels may be appropriate. For most, Lagree is perfectly safe during pregnancy if you already have a base. We wouldn’t recommend starting it for the first time during your pregnancy. Do you take class at your own risk.

Anyone rehabbing an injury should always consult with a Dr. or PT before hopping into lagree. Most PT’s prescribe Lagree for rehab, however, all injuries obviously differ. As instructors, we are not PTs. We cannot advise you on what is best to do for your previous injuries. Some of us have more education than others based on our work experience and educational background. Our job is to get you off your injury and keep you safe. It is 100% not in our job description to help you rehab your injury and that needs to be discussed with your medical provider before entering class.

Our standard Lagree classes are customized to challenge the most elite athletes while still being manageable for beginners. There is no prerequisite to hop into one of our standard Lagree classes, however we do offer a Lagree 101 class for newbies that want to take the method slowed down with more directions. Please keep in mind our group classes can have up to 16 people in class. Our group classes are not privates, and our instructors can only give so much attention to each individual while still keeping the class on track. If you feel that you need extra attention in class, we highly recommend starting with a private so that you have the attention and support you need to feel comfortable doing the workout.

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