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The Core Connection – Pilates Studio

Recreation & Fitness

Phone: 306 522-4689



2243 Albert St

Regina, SK S4P 2V5

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Website: www.coreconnection.ca

About the Business

*Group classes are now 6 clients max

*MELT Method groups and privates are now offered.

The Core Connection is a busy boutique Pilates studio centrally located at 2243 Albert Street in Regina, SK, Canada. We are steps away from the Cathedral District and Wascana Park between 14th & 15th Ave. Ours studio has been operating since 2002 under the direction of Corinne Harle. We specialize in small group classes (6 max) and private lessons. Private groups are available by appointment. Recorded, live virtual groups and virtual privates now offered. Get stronger from the inside out, develop a mindful connection to your body and take the skills you learn in studio with you to your other daily activities. We focus on developing body awareness, alignment, strength and support from the core. We are excited to help you meet your goals for better posture, functional fitness and sport specific training.

All instructors at The Core Connection Pilates studio have invested in their training. Instructors have passed written and practical exams in STOTT PILATES, participate in yearly continuing education to keep current and are qualified to modify programming for your specific needs. We are excited to add MELT Method sessions to our group and private lesson offerings.

The MELT Method is a hand off self care system that uses small soft balls and soft rollers to improve how you move and how you feel.

Corinne Harle

Corinne Harle is a STOTT PILATES certified instructor and owner of The Core Connection – Pilates Studio. She started Pilates in 1997 while studying at the University of Calgary for her Bachelor of Arts – Dance Degree from the Faculties of Fine Arts and Kinesiology. She also holds a Bachelor of Education from the University of Regina and has been continuing her education with courses from the Faculty of Kinesiology at the University of Regina. Corinne started teaching Pilates in 2002. Since then, she has been helping people of all ages and fitness goals move better and feel great.