Try your first class free!
Body Mechanics Studio is a small group and private Pilates studio, located within Michigan Orthopaedic Rehabilitation. We offer 1-hour sessions with certified Pilates instructors and personal trainers. Clients also have the option to schedule 1-hour Pilates sessions with trainers who are also licensed physical therapists.*
We are now offering weekly group Yoga, Pilates and Boot Camp classes with our talented, certified instructors. The first class is free to new clients!
Group Class Schedule 2020:
Tuesdays & Thursdays 10:00am & 11:15am
Tuesdays 4:30pm & 5:30pm Reformer
Thursdays Reformer 5:30pm & Mat 6:30pm
Click the "contact us" tab to send us an email or call 248-566-3525 for questions.
Group Mat Pilates
Private Pilates Reformer
Privates and Semi Privates must be scheduled 24 hours in advance. Call or email for scheduling.
Stephanie began her Yoga journey first as a meditator in 2006, and began practicing Hatha Yoga soon after. Yoga has brought peace, balance and new insights into her daily experiences. Wanting to share her love of yoga, she completing yoga teacher training 200 hour program in spring of 2017. Stephanie holds a license as a certified occupational therapist assistant, previously working with individuals healing from traumatic brain injury. Stephanie is currently and grateful to be a part of the dedicated team at Michigan Orthopaedic Rehabilitation, and looks forward to integrating the two disciplines of Yoga and OT to best serve the needs of others.
Kim is a Certified Personal Trainer. She specializes in Boot Camp classes for all ages and functional aging training for individuals focusing on gaining strength and balance for everyday activities. She is certified by National Academy of Sports Medicine in Personal Training, a certified Golf Specialist, as well as, a Functional Aging Specialist by the Institute of Functional Aging.
Megan trained at Equilibrium studio in Bloomfield Hills to become a Stott certified Pilates instructor. Upon completing the program she worked and studied under the direction of Brenda Freeman at Detroit Pilates, adding a classical layer to her Stott repertoire. Over the last three years she has been instructing in Rochester at East Street Pilates and in West Bloomfield at Red Spring Pilates. Megan received her bachelor of fine arts from Wayne State University and it is there that she first learned about Pilates in a movement class. The class focused on body control and utilized the regimen to sustain it. Being exposed to Pilates gave Megan a deeper appreciation for physical aptitude and through studying, teaching and practicing Pilates she has a newfound respect for the process; always reminding her clients as well as herself that Pilates is a journey and not a destination. Megan’s teaching style is both receptive and challenging as she guides you through your own journey.
*Pilates sessions with physical therapists are exercise sessions only, not physical therapy.