Online Classes

Lauren offers a library of online Pilates classes available only to members. Online Pilates classes allow you to continue your practice no matter where you are in the world at a time and place most convenient for you. They are also a great way to supplement your in-studio private instruction. New classes are added each month, and each class is unique, fun and challenging for all levels. Classes are 15-60 minutes in length, and use minimal equipment, so you can easily do them from the comfort of your own home, office or hotel room.

Lauren develops these classes specifically for her clients and wants you to get the absolute most out of them. If there is a particular focus, prop or issue you wish for her to address or highlight in a future class, please reach out so she can make it happen!

What you get with your membership:

  • Unlimited access to classes with new classes added each month
  • All classes are safe and effective with clear instructions which will make you feel like you are right in the studio with Lauren.
  • Classes of varying lengths so you can always find a workout to fit your busy schedule
  • All classes provide various modifications and variations to meet you where you are currently and challenge you to deepen your practice.
  • Ability to request a specific class focus to help you reach a particular goal or overcome an obstacle.

Enjoy unlimited classes for $10 a month.

Tutorial: Double Leg Stretch

Tutorial: Double Leg Stretch

5 Mins (none) Everyone The Double Leg Stretch is the first in a series of tutorials focusing on the Abdominal Sereis.  The double leg stretch is a perfect example of all the Pilates principles working together.  Remember, a strong and stable center is more important...

Tutorial: Supine Twist

Tutorial: Supine Twist

5 Mins (none) Everyone I use Supine Twist or Supine Spine Twist in a lot of my classes.  It is a great way to warm up the obliques and stretch out the spine for the more challenging work coming up in the class.  This is an exercise that looks easy but the details...

Tutorial: Quadruped

Tutorial: Quadruped

6+ Mins (none) Everyone Quadruped, or all fours, is a foundational position used in Pilates. In this tutorial, I break down Quadruped so you can always start from a place of strength and control. This will make all of your front support exercises (think planks)...

Tutorial: Swan

Tutorial: Swan

9+ Mins (none) Everyone Being able to move your spine in all directions is super important to the overall health and wellbeing of your spine. Since we spend so much of our lives in spinal flexion (i.e. looking down at our phones, computer, etc) back extension is...

Tutorial: Planks/Front Support

Tutorial: Planks/Front Support

8+ Mins (none) Everyone Doing a proper plank or front support is so important.  Correct form not only gets you the most out of the exercise but also keeps you from pain and injury.  In this tutorial, I break down the preps as well as your proper form so you can master...

Tutorial: Side-Lying

Tutorial: Side-Lying

5+ Mins (none) Everyone I have a side-lying series in almost all of my Pilates classes.  This is a foundational series within the Pilates repertoire and for good reason.  In this tutorial, I break down the mechanics of all the side-lying work so you will get the most...

Tutorial: Teaser

Tutorial: Teaser

5+ Mins (none) Everyone The Teaser is a paramount Pilates exercise. It takes tremendous strength, flexibility, and control. Today, I walk you through Teaser Prep, Teaser I, Teaser II, and Teaser III (That's right, there are 3 Teaser versions).  Remember, this is an...

Tutorial: Spine Stretch Fwd & Side

Tutorial: Spine Stretch Fwd & Side

5+ Mins (none) Everyone Spine Stretch Forward and Spine Stretch Side can be deceivingly challenging. For those of you with tight hamstrings, the hardest part may be getting into the starting position. Remember, it is more important to start with a straight spine than...

Tutorial: Mount & Adjust your TRX

Tutorial: Mount & Adjust your TRX

5+ Mins (TRX) Everyone I love the suspension trainer (aka the TRX). It is so versatile, inexpensive and you can use it anywhere.  In this tutorial, I break down the different ways you can mount your TRX and the basic adjustments you will need to make in a typical...

Tutorial: Core Activation

Tutorial: Core Activation

5+ Mins (none) Everyone Proper core activation is key to a great Pilates practice and really any of your fitness pursuits. This tutorial should help you to better engage your abdominals so you can protect your spine and move with integrity.  Let me know if you need...

Tutorial: Roll Over

Tutorial: Roll Over

5+ Mins (none) Everyone The Roll Over is one of the most challenging exercises in the Pilates repertoire.  The Roll Over requires abdominal strength for sure, but it also requires flexibility in the spine and hamstrings.  This is not an exercise for everyone and that...

Tutorial: Breathing

Tutorial: Breathing

5 Mins (Theraband) Everyone In this tutorial I am breaking down breathing and how it relates to your Pilates practice. This tutorial should help you to better connect to your breath and get the most out of your sessions.  I am using a Theraband in this tutorial but...

Tutorial: Single Leg Circles

Tutorial: Single Leg Circles

5 Mins (none) Intermediate Single-Leg Circles are deceivingly challenging. However, this exercise is great for learning and building pelvic stability. Enjoy!

Tutorial: Rolling Like a Ball

Tutorial: Rolling Like a Ball

4 Mins (none) Intermediate Joseph Pilates wanted his work to be both functional and playful...Rolling Like a Ball is a great example. I hope this tutorial demystifies this challenging but fun exercise. Enjoy!

Tutorial: Pelvic Lift/Bridging

Tutorial: Pelvic Lift/Bridging

6 Mins (none) Intermediate Spinal articulation is a strong focus within the Pilates repertoire. This tutorial breaks down the pelvic lift or bridging.  Remember the movement starts with the abdominals and the glutes and hamstrings help you lift.

Tutorial: The Roll-up

Tutorial: The Roll-up

11 Mins (hand towel, washcloth, TheraBand) Beginner The roll-up is one of the most challenging and frustrating exercises in the Pilates repertoire. It requires a great deal of strength, flexibility, and some finesse.  In this tutorial, I will help you master the...

Tutorial: The Hundred

Tutorial: The Hundred

5 Mins (none) Beginner The Hundred is the quintessential Pilates exercise. Joseph Pilates designed The Hundred to be a warm-up and traditionally it comes at the very beginning of a Pilates session. The Hundred is a full-body exercise that couples vigorous pumping of...

Tutorial: Foam Rolling

Tutorial: Foam Rolling

15 Mins (Foam Roller) Beginner  As requested, here is a quick foam rolling tutorial.  I filmed this class in my living room because I think that is a great place to do your rolling.  I often do it in from of the TV at night and it doesn't feel like a chore.  The...

Tutorial: 15 Minute Stretch

Tutorial: 15 Minute Stretch

15 Mins (strap/band) All Levels In this quick class, I take you through some of my favorite stretches. This is a great class to add after completing one of the full-body, express, or quickie classes or after a run or cardio session.

Tutorial: Abdominal Series

Tutorial: Abdominal Series

15 Mins (No Props) Beginner This tutorial breaks down the Pilates Abdominal Series.  Use this tutorial to deepen your understanding and enhance your practice.