Pilates Reformer

Pilates Reformer is taught as an open level class with modifications for the beginner and variations for the advanced.  Semi-private group class limited to 3 individuals.  Separate fee; please ask for more information.

Contact Information
  1. Front Desk
  2. (908) 898-0008
  3. info@providencehealthandfitness.com
Thu, October 18
9:30 am — 10:30 am
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Pilates Reformer is taught as an open level class with modifications for the beginner and variations for the advanced. Semi-private group class limited to 3 individuals. Separate fee; please ask for more information.

18 South Street, 2nd Floor New Providence, NJ 07974

Providence Health & Fitness

18 South Street, 2nd Floor
New Providence, NJ 07974

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