our philosophy

Flow founder and director, Cindy Reid, passionately believes everyone can improve their overall health, fitness, and quality of life with a well-designed exercise program.  Flow has been providing our community with exceptional Pilates training since 2002.

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Since opening, Flow has expanded services and programs to reflect clients' needs, and keep up with modern advances in exercise science and therapeutic protocols. After years of working with Flow students, and training hundreds of Pilates instructors, Cindy embraces a health model at Flow which brings together massage and alternative therapies, self-care programsPilates, and fitness training.

Flow offers Pilates, CoreAlign, and Jumpboard Dynamics Teacher Training programs, and timely education workshops for instructors.  We help clients move from the “fix phase”, to foundation building, and fitness under one roof.  With Pilates at the core of Flow’s programs, clients can safely exercise when limitations present, then are encouraged to progress with CoreAlign, TRX, or fitness classes.

Flow is a warm and welcoming studio where instructors share in common their rigorous training, creative ability to adapt to individual needs, and spirited approach to teaching transformational exercise. Flow’s unique style of instruction allows teachers the time to know your name, injury history, and endurance level.

Cindy invites anyone who has ever dreamed of feeling fitter, more flexible, more balanced, or just pain-free, to try us, and feel the Flow difference in just 30 minutes!

Cindy Reid

What is Pilates?

The Pilates Method was developed by Joseph Pilates (1880-1967) to provide balance and vitality to the body through mindful exercise, and neuromuscular re-education. The Pilates principles address posture, muscle performance and motor control, the same concepts that form the basis of most orthopedic rehabilitation and therapy.

Pilates offers strength and mobility training to improve posture, coordination and bio mechanics.  Pilates synchronizes movement, breath and spring resistance to create a unique experience that will leave you feeling invigorated and elongated.

Pilates is appropriate for:

  • osteoporosis

  • the aging body

  • injury prevention

  • pregnancy and post-partum recovery

  • athletic conditioning

  • postural retraining

  • men and women of all ages

  • general strength training with emphasis on core strength

  • back and neck pain

  • hip, knee, and shoulder injuries

  • spinal conditions

The mind, when housed within a healthful body, possesses a glorious sense of power.
— Joseph Pilates