Christine Wilson, owner of MOVE Pilates combines her love of movement, fitness, and the outdoors to motivate her clients towards overall health. Her love of movement began at a young age when she starting taking ballet and tap classes and has continued to grow as she has explored hiking, cycling, and trail running in the Colorado Rockies. Christine received her B.A in Dance from Western Michigan University. She is certified through The Pilates Center in Boulder, Colorado, a highly respected training program. She first began teaching at The Pilates Zone, in Menlo Park, California and has continued to teach classical Pilates extensively across the front range, including Coors Wellness Center, Greenwood Athletic Club, and Golden Pilates. She has also worked in physical therapy settings teaching rehabilitative Pilates. Christine has taught prenatal and postpartum women, clients with low back and neck pain, as well as athletes and fitness enthusiasts. Although her training is classical, she describes her style as eclectic. She invests in each of her students, creatively combining specific detail to alignment and breathing while challenging their fitness level. Christine’s mission is to provide an environment that is fun and inviting, where people connect, build friendships and encourage each other in a healthy and active lifestyle. When not teaching Christine enjoys hiking, running, and cycling with her husband and playing outside with her toddler girl and baby boy. 

"Dear friend, I hope all is well with you and that you are as healthy in body as you are strong in spirit."
3 John 1:2

Reformer classes - Reformer Classes are a great workout on the equipment. Often times the Reformer seems scary and intimidating, but this piece of equipment is an amazing tool that teaches the body how to recruit proper muscles, important for enhancing fitness performance or recovering from pain and injury. Class size is limited to 4 people

Mat classes - A series of floor work exercises (no equipment) designed to strengthen the whole body. This is a great place to learn the fundamental concepts of Pilates while challenging core strength, learning about breath, building body awareness and increasing flexibility.  

Low Chair classes -  The Low Chair is a small, versatile piece equipment that is great for everyone. It can help rehabilitate knee and shoulder injuries, as well as challenge the most athletic student with push ups, balance control, and back bends. No experience is necessary. Find out how this fun piece of equipment can benefit you.

Specialty classes - A great way to cut costs, gather with friends and have your fitness needs met

Combo class - This class combines the use of the reformer, chair and/or mat. Workouts will vary from week to week. Participants may use exclusively one piece of equipment or the other, or you may spend approximately 30 minutes on each piece of equipment. No experience is necessary.

Pilates in the Park - A small group setting that is specifically designed to meet your needs. We love to get outside when the weather is nice and are happy to set up a mat class at a Park near you. 

Express - A class designed at a quick pace to meet your cardio needs and challenge your fitness level. Class times vary from 30 minutes to one hour.

Pilates for Neck or Back Pain - Rehabilitative classes which address specific pain or injuries.

Privates - Private Session are an effective, efficient and rewarding way to begin learning about Pilates. Each session is designed to meet your individual needs.  

Duets - Duets are perfect for two people who are at the same fitness level and would like to do Pilates together. If you would like to spend time with a friend or family member while exercising, or need motivation a duet is an excellent option.

We are happy to help you find a program that will achieve your fitness goals as well as fit into your schedule and budget!