Fall can sometimes be a time of hibernation and slowing down, but not so in our studio! This Fall has gotten off to an AMAZING start at The Pilates Center Fort Worth!
The environment and setup of a Pilates studio play a crucial role in enhancing the overall experience of everyone who steps foot in our doors. That’s why we were SO excited that we completed our studio expansion at the end of August. We truly appreciate everyone’s patience throughout the construction, and we’re so happy with the results! The expansion wasn’t just about getting bigger, it was about getting better for our clients. Our new space provides a sense of tranquility, allowing individuals to shift their focus inward and connect with their bodies. The use of natural light, calming colors, and well-ventilated spaces creates an inviting and peaceful atmosphere. Additionally, we’ve ensured ample space for movement, allowing for a seamless flow and uninterrupted sessions. The cleanliness, organization, and accessibility of our equipment and amenities are important to us, as they contribute to a safe and comfortable environment. In our new space, clients and instructors can fully embrace the mind-body connection, optimize their workouts, and achieve their wellness goals with greater ease and enjoyment.
If you haven’t been in our new space yet, please- come check us out!
On top of our expansion, we were blessed to welcome two new instructors in September:
Anna Anders, a current TCU Classical and Contemporary Dance Major.
Anna Anders is working to earn her BFA in Ballet and Modern Dance at Texas Christian University’s School for Classical & Contemporary Dance, along with a Pilates Teacher Training Certificate. Anna began her dance training at Western Arkansas Ballet and later joined the organization’s Pre-Professional Company, furthering her training in classical ballet, pointe, modern, and jazz. As a company member with Western Arkansas Ballet, Anna also had the opportunity to perform at Regional Dance America Festivals across the country. Since being at TCU, Anna has performed in excerpts from Swan Lake, excerpts from the Sleeping Beauty, and in a work by Christian von Howard, along with choreographic works set by members of the graduating classes of 2022 and 2023. Anna has also spent several summers with Burklyn Ballet Theatre, performing roles from Giselle, La Bayadére, Swan Lake, Graduation Ball, as well as other works of choreography set by master teachers.
Anna is currently working towards certification through TCU’s 600-hour Pilates Teacher Training program. She looks forward to engaging with the Fort Worth community while furthering her knowledge and training in Pilates!
Faith Wood, a current TCU Ballet and Strategic Communications major in the Honors college
Faith is working towards a BFA in Ballet and Strategic Communications in the Honors college at Texas Christian University. She began her dance training at North Atlanta Dance Academy and then moved to Gulfshore Ballet in Fort Myers, FL where her parents reside today. Since dancing at TCU, Faith has had the opportunity to perform pieces choreographed by Adam Mckinney, Joy Bollinger, William Isaac, etc; along with choreographic works set by members of the graduating classes of 2021, 2022, and 2023.
She fell in love with Pilates through TCU’s Pilates Teacher Training Certificate program and has been teaching Pilates classes in Fort Worth for the past year. Through Pilates and dance, Faith has found an appreciation for mind-body connection that she strives to share with her clients. Her passions for movement, curiosity, and teaching work together to create an environment that supports each client’s personal journey. Most importantly, Faith works to ensure her clients leave each session feeling empowered and proud of their work.
We would love for you to come workout with us. View our Schedule and Rates here or book your first session here.