Inferno Hot Pilates Master Classes with Gabi Walters

Inferno Hot Pilates Founder -- Gabriella Walters -- joins us for three days of butt kickin', feel good, summertime Hot Pilates Master Classes.

These challenging, full body High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) classes using Pilates principles will help you to strengthen muscles and burn fat without the pounding of a high impact workout. Expect to have fun, receive a great workout, and leave feeling empowered and inspired!

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Where: Lincoln Park studio
(2736A N. Clark St)

Level 1:
July 23rd, July 24th, July 25th | 11am - Noon

Use your own body weight to build strength, endurance, and flexibility.

All levels welcome!

Photo by @willbyington © 2018

$30 per class ($35 at door)

$79 for any three classes

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Gabriella Wal­ters is the founder of Inferno Hot Pilates — the first ded­i­cated Hot-Pilates stu­dio in Las Vegas. Orig­i­nally from Budapest, Hun­gary, Gabi grew up as an accom­plished ath­lete, com­pet­ing at a high level in Track and Field. She moved to the US in 2002 and became involved in fitness competition. After suf­fer­ing from a severe knee injury, Gabi dis­cov­ered Med­i­ta­tion, Yoga, and Pilates.

In 2008, Gabi’s spir­i­tual jour­ney took her to India, where she learned Deek­sha (One­ness Bless­ing). After months of prayer and med­i­ta­tion on the other side of the globe, Gabi came home to Las Vegas and real­ized that she wanted to make a dif­fer­ence in the world and in other people’s lives.

Chan­nel­ing her desire to help oth­ers with her love of fit­ness, Gabi became a Hatha Yoga Instruc­tor cer­ti­fied in Power Yoga (Bryan Kest). In 2010, she became cer­ti­fied in Pilates through Bal­anced Body Uni­ver­sity (Jes­sica Abed-Rabbo).  In 2012, Gabi started Inferno Pilates — the first ded­i­cated Hot Pilates stu­dio in Las Vegas.

Hot Pilates is a chal­leng­ing, full body, low impact, high inten­sity work­out, using Pilates prin­ci­ples. The room is heated to 95 degrees. It is designed for all fit­ness lev­els. It helps tone and strengthen mus­cles with­out the pound­ing of a high impact workout.