The pilates method uses specifically designed equipment and floor exercises to promote uniform development of the body. This allows weaker muscles to develop instead of the body continuously relying on the stronger muscles to do the work. Pilates focuses on the core muscles first, specifically stomach, butt and back, in a sense, working the muscles from the inside out. This achieves and maintains a balanced aligned body.
Curator Kathleen O’Neil Stevens usually features an artist during the monthly Second Saturday art walks. During these openings, you can check out the work of the eclectic group of artists represented here while listening to live music. This gallery displays a wide range of work from the expressionistic landscapes of Amy Falstrom to the nightmarish paintings of Lydia Burris. You can also find a variety of sculptural work on display here.