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Jodi Stern Pilates Launches A Virtual Pilates Studio

ROCHESTER, N.Y., March 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Jodi Stern Pilates is proud to announce the launch of www.JodiSternPilates.com, an online membership-based Pilates studio. Members have access to 50 Pilates classes with new videos being added each week, via instructional online videos, that incorporate the use of the mat, reformer, and suspension system, and small props such as resistance bands, magic circles and exercise balls. The Pilates classes incorporate the disciplines of Pilates, Yoga, and Gyro movement and focus on stretching, core strength building, and improving flexibility and balance.

The website targets those looking for more in-depth Pilates instruction, or a virtual workout. The classes range from 50-minute full body Pilates workouts to a 3-minute Dyna-band supplement, and are suitable for all fitness levels. There are also specialized workouts for pregnant women and advanced workouts for those who are very athletic. The workout videos can be selected based on the workout type, equipment, fitness level, targeted body area and time.

"Exercising with a virtual trainer or partner is proven to increase motivation levels in men and women and provides a consistent workout regimen anywhere, anytime," said Jodi Stern, founder of Jodi Stern Pilates.

The video classes at JodiSternPilates.com are taught by the owner of Pilates Plus in Rochester, New York, Jodi Stern, who has a classical Pilates background. She has been teaching Pilates since 1999, has over 3,000 hours of Classical Pilates training, and is IM=X (Integrated Movement eXercise) certified. Jodi is privileged to have trained under master Pilates instructors: Romana Kryzanowska, Jennifer Kries, Mari Winsor, Alycea Ungaro, Michael Fritzke, Ton Voogt, Kevin Bowen and Katherine and Kimberly Corp. She produced the acclaimed P3: Pilates Plus Power workout DVD that was featured in Pilates Style magazine and is available at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and Best Buy. In addition, Jodi is also trained in Yamuna body rolling, Gyrotonic®, Core Barre, ActiveCore Suspension System and Trixter cycling instruction.

Unlimited access to the ever-growing library of beginner, intermediate, and advanced Pilates mat and reformer classes costs $17.99 per month, comparable to the cost of one in-studio Pilates class. In addition, a three-month membership is available for $44.99 and a six-month membership for $69.99. To fully evaluate the website and classes, a one-day trial membership is available for $9.99.

To get started, visit http://www.jodisternpilates.com. Use code 4AD93C4B2B for a 1-day trial free (expires 3/18/14).

Media Contact: D-D Lazenby (585) 703-6243 - Email

 

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