We’re Moving To Our New Location in June

The Pilates of Kingston studio is moving in June 2019 to 45 Pine Grove Avenue, Kingston, NY, site of the former Fuller Shirt Company. The Fuller building has undergone extensive rehabilitation complete with high ceilings and original floor and details from 1893. The second floor studio space is in a beautiful light-filled space. The environment is calm and inviting with natural colors and warm woodwork.

Originally established in 1990 as The Movement Center, Pilates of Kingston is dedicated to preserving Pilates in its classical form, on equipment designed to the specifications of Joseph Pilates. Formerly located in Kingston’s Historic Rondout Creek District, locally referred to as The Strand.

Pilates of Kingston offers private, duet, trio and mat classes – all by appointment. Our instructors are thoroughly trained to assist each individual client according to his or her specific requirements and abilities. One can begin the exercises at any level of fitness from beginner to advanced.

At the studio you progress at your own rate through interesting and varied movements. You see and feel results almost immediately. As you advance there are always new and exciting movements to challenge you. At the end of each session you feel refreshed and invigorated!

Our Studio hours are by appointment only. 845-331-0986
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All classes are approximately 1 hour. We are open Monday through Saturday. All classes are scheduled by appointment. Please call for availability. 845-331-0986

Nora Machione Weiss, owner/director at Pilates of Kingston, is a certified instructor of classical Pilates. A student of Pilates since 1990, Nora has practiced at The Movement Center, now Pilates of Kingston, since 1993. She received her training and certification from Power Pilates InternationalTraining Center in New York City under the expert guidance of Bob Liekens and Susan Moran.