Pilates (or Contrology, as it was originally known and which relates to the use of your mind to control muscles) develops the body uniformly, corrects wrong postures, restores physical vitality, invigorates the mind and elevates the spirit. By emphasizing proper breathing, correct spinal alignment and concentration on smooth, flowing movement, you become acutely in tune with your body and actually learn how to control its movement.

The benefits of Pilates are countless, but here are a few important ones:

  • Develops core strength
  • Improves and corrects posture
  • Increases flexibility
  • Exercises the body as a whole



BASI (Body Arts and Science International) was established in 1989 by Rael Isacowitz. BASI preserves the legacy of Joseph and Clara Pilates, while complementing their method with contemporary scientific knowledge. Though a BASI education is anchored in anatomy, physiology and scientific principles, its emphasis is on the aesthetic quality of every movement.
Founder and instructor, Adelle Wentzel, is a BASI certified instructor and opened Blu Core Pilates in January 2013.



A sexy, energetic, fun workout that fuses fitness techniques from Dance, Pilates, and Yoga that will tone, define and chisel the whole body. And get this you dont even need any dance experience and you certainly dont need a partner! The Booty Barre method is the perfect combination of strength and flexibility with added cardio to burn fat fast. Barre workouts have also become a popular choice with many celebrities.

We focus on proper biomechanics for a safe and well structured class that can be modified for any fitness level. The Bootybarre was created by celebrity trainer Tracey Mallett in 2009, who has taken bootybarre to over 25 different countries and taught thousands of instructors who now teach bootybarre in studios and spas globally.


BBarreless is about connecting your mind to the body, so that you not only strive to move with precision but also have fun! Classic barre exercises have been adapted to be performed in the center of the room either standing or on the floor.  You will challenge the core for balance and total body proprioception.  Dancers have performed floor barre for generations as it allows them to explore new movements and gives them the strength to move with elegance and ease utilizing the floor for support.

“BBarreless moves to the music, enhances your flexibility and challenges your body to move effortlessly like a dancer!” – Tracey Mallett.