In the Pilates Studio Berlin we teach classical Pilates in the New York tradition – a multi-layered, effective movement system, invented and developed by Joseph Pilates. It consists of about 600 exercises, which can be individually tailored to the client’s needs. The basic principles of Pilates are focus, breathing, precision, flow, coordination and harmony of body and mind. Pilates moves and shapes the whole body, corrects faulty posture and helps one use one’s own power and strength – in the studio as well as in everyday life… in the best possible way.
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, clients, visitors, students, teacher colleagues and friends of “Pilates Studio Berlin Galina Rohleder”
Due to the situation with Corona virus - ( Covid-19 )“ the Berliner Senat” has decided that as of yesterday, the 14th of March, the rooms of sports and fitness studios are no longer allowed to be open.
Unfortunately therefore our doors will have to be closed, hopefully to the best of all of our health.
We will though and naturally continue to teach via Skype, FaceTime etc., both group and single classes.
For more info or confirm/schedule your appointments as usual, via mail, message, what’s app or by phone.
If you do not show any symptoms of having contracted the virus, working out as well as frequently drinking water will be supportive of your physical condition.
So if you like to get your mats out, we ll be happy to be there for you 😊🍀
Thank you for your understanding and all the best to everyone from Galina and team !!
Classical Pilates is suitable for all levels of fitness and all ages, by combining about 600 exercises designed to increase coordination, general fitness and focus.
Galina Rohleder has been teaching classical Pilates for over 20 years. As a second-generation teacher with over 24,000 hours of teaching experience
Classical Pilates in the New York tradition in the heart of Berlin: The light-flooded Pilates studio is located directly on the Kurfürstendamm, overlooking the rooftops of the city.
Joseph Hubertus Pilates, called Joe, was born in Mönchengladbach in 1883 and immigrated to New York in 1926, where he lived and worked until his end of life in 1967.