New Mom & Baby Class!

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Hey new moms! Become strong, fit & confident with this 4 week series of safe and effective, Pilates based exercises designed to help you tone post baby belly, improve your pelvic floor function and strengthen your core. Our Mama & Baby classes address the following common concerns among new moms.  Included in this workshop is a group discussion with a Pelvic Floor Physio to provide in depth understanding of the changes that occur in your body during and after pregnancy and how to safely and... Read More

Generate is committed to creating a welcoming  space where friends cheer each other on and work together to meet a shared vision of health. All of our rooms are flooded with natural light. Wherever possible, we have chosen natural, salvaged or repurposed materials. There are no TVs anywhere. We prefer mindful fitness and strive to decrease not increase your stress levels The walls are covered in Mythic Paint, a completely non-toxic paint. Better for you and for the world. We use all natural... Read More

Click here for Generate TEEN Class Pass Beginning Sept 14th, 2015 we will be offering a Teen Circuit class on Tuesdays & Thursdays at 4:15pm.  Teens 13-17 years old are welcome to attend.  This class is INCLUDED if your teen already has a Student Membership and class passes are available for non-members - just click on the link above. Regular exercise is important to teenagers because it helps maintain their physical and mental health. Teens should strive for at least 60 minutes... Read More

Purchase My Fall Fitness Pass Now! How many New Year's Eves have you spent sipping champagne and vowing to get more fit in the coming year? And how many times have you failed to follow through? "December 31 over a drink is too late to set goals and make promises," says Justin Price, owner of The Biomechanics, a personal training and wellness coaching facility in San Diego, Calif. Fall, on the other hand, is a great time to start a fitness program because you can create good... Read More

Exercise is very important for all of us, but especially for those with osteoporosis who are at risk for falls or broken bones. Here are a few key reasons why exercise is important for individuals with osteoporosis: To build muscle strength Strength training improves muscle mass and strength. To prevent falls Performing challenging balance exercises can improve balance and coordination, which helps prevent falls, and this in turn may prevent fractures To protect the spine Spine fractures are often caused... Read More


Your stomach and pelvic floor muscles are put under increasing strain as your baby grows bigger. At the same time, the hormone relaxin is making the tough tissues (ligaments) that connect your bones more pliable. Your ligaments are likely to stretch more than usual and if you overload them you may injure yourself. During pregnancy, your tummy muscles are stretched over your growing baby and if they're weak, you may develop back or pelvic pain. Your weakened pelvic floor muscles... Read More

Motivation is a tricky thing. Some days you have more than you know what to do with, while other days – well, I know I'm not the only one who wants to curl up on my yoga mat and take a nap. Exercising is hard work, but Those who exercise in groups sustain greater motivation to train than those who work out alone. Endorphins are produced by virtually any vigorous physical activity, but group work appears to enhance the effect dramatically - and... Read More

Strength or resistance training challenges your muscles with a stronger-than-usual counterforce, such as pushing against a wall or lifting a dumbbell or pulling on a resistance band. Using progressively heavier weights or increasing resistance makes muscles stronger. This kind of exercise increases muscle mass, tones muscles, and strengthens bones. It also helps you maintain the strength you need for everyday activities — lifting groceries, climbing stairs, rising from a chair, or rushing for the bus. The current national guidelines for... Read More

Pregnancy might seem like the perfect time to sit back and relax. You might feel more tired than usual, your back might ache, and your ankles might be swollen. But guess what? There's more to pregnancy and exercise than skipping it entirely. Unless you're experiencing serious complications, sitting around won't help. In fact, pregnancy can be a great time to get active — even if you haven't exercised in a while. Why exercise during pregnancy? During pregnancy, exercise can: Ease... Read More