In-person inside group classes (6 participants, 1 instructor) are $40 per session. Book A Class Now
In-person inside private sessions (1 participant, 1 instructor) are $75 per session. Book A Private Session Now
Online private and group classes range from complimentary to $50 depending on the class and instructor.
Given the realities surrounding the virus, no large packages are being offered at this time with the exception of the Launch Special which is 10% off of 5 group classes.
To book an appointment, the online booking system requires payment. If you wish to pay by cash, check, Venmo, PayPal, or Zelle, please text the studio at 626-360-5999 and we will send you an override code.
The 24-hour cancellation fee is strictly enforced. Your cancellation must be received by voice, voicemail, text, email, or online booking system within 24 hours of the class start time or you forfeit the full value of the session. If you cancel with at least 24 hours notice, your payment will be applied to your next reservation.
Reserved reformers are forfeited to waiting list participants who are present at 9 minutes past the class’s start time. For example, if the class is scheduled to begin at 6:00 am and you have reserved a spot in the class, the reformer may be given away at 6:09 am if anyone is present and interested. If no one takes the reserved spot, you are welcome to join the class late. No credits or prorates are allowed for late arrivals.
There is a class waiting list for most class time offerings. There is no charge to join the waiting list. If a class spot becomes available, you will be notified by text message asking if you would like to accept the opening.
Gold Line Pilates was closed on March 15, 2020 by the stay-at-home mandate, but also by the owner’s commitment to our community. Many months later, it’s a difficult time for everyone and emotions are running high. The pre-COVID studio was a bustling and dynamic community and a successful small business. We are doing everything we possibly can to address everyone’s needs as sensitively and respectfully as possible.
As such, the studio is asking everyone to adhere to the “be cool and be kind” principle. Let’s focus on the positive and try not to complain about things we can’t control. If you have an issue, please take a deep breath and simply start a dialogue so we can talk it out like reasonable neighbors.