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New Clients- Intro 1 Private Reformer Session $40- Sign Up

Pilates Intro 1 Private Reformer Session for $40


Aspire Pilates and Fitness Prices and Schedule 


Please click on the package you want to purchase and email us to schedule your first class.

All Classes at 8:15am M-F

Call or Text  281-704-2830 for any questions

2 Intro Classes

2 Class Special
$ 25 One Time Only
  • 2 Classes
  • Reformer
  • Mat

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1 Month Unlimited Membership
$ 193 Monthly
  • Reformer
  • Mat
  • Stretch
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8 /Month

Eight Sessions Per Month
$ 164 Monthly
  • Reformer
  • Mat
  • Stretch

Class Descriptions


Strength * Power * Align * Renew *Kardio

The New Schedule Starts on April 5th 2021

Our schedule is designed to give you variety and to improve your fitness. 

Fusion, Power, Traditional Classes? We’ve got you covered:

Pilates Reformer & Barre
Want Power without joint stress?
New to Pilates Try Traditional Reformer
Pilates Reformer &Yoga
Reformer, Kardio,Weights



A challenging, low impact, total body workout that focuses on strengthening the core and elongating rather than bulking musculature. Aspire Pilates and Fitness is a resistance-based studio that uses tension to strengthen and stretch, allowing the body to develop a long, strong, lean form. We use the Mat, Pilates Reformer and Springboard.

The Reformer– The Pilates reformer is the most popular piece of Pilates equipment. It is a flat bed that slides back and forth, and the resistance can be changed by using more springs or fewer springs.

The Spring Wall or Springboard– the springboard is a terrific tool for integrating the limbs into the body, challenging the core and building strength in the hips and shoulder girdle. The variety of exercises is limitless.


The jumpboard is an attachment that converts a reformer into a horizontal jumping machine. It fixes to the front of the reformer where the footbar is located. While lying with your back on the carriage you can adjust the spring tension and jump on the board as if it were the floor. The spring tension takes gravity out of the equation, so it feels like you’re jumping on the moon.

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