Studio FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • Where can I park?   Our clients can park in the Sons of Norway lot in the designated spaces across the street from Six Degrees on Holmes Ave.  There is also ample street parking on Holmes Ave, and Humboldt. Additionally, you may park behind the building from 7am-6pm. For our bike lovers we have bike racks right out front.
  • What should I bring? Yourself! Yoga mats are used for most group fitness classes and Asana Stretch; bring yours or borrow one of ours. Bring your water bottle! We provide face towels. Our locker rooms are stocked with shower towels, shampoo/conditioner and body wash, hair dryers, and other necessities if you would like to freshen up here at the studio. We also provide lockers and keys at no cost. For classes like Six° Strength, TRX/Circuit, and Cardio Dance, some students prefer to wear light gym shoes. 
  • What level classes should I take in Reformer PilatesStart with beginner and all-levels or consider our Reformer 101 series. After about 5-10 classes (or on a teacher’s advice), move up to intermediate. After another 20, if you’re comfortable try advanced! We offer periodic 6-week primer series to help you “level up.” Check our workshops and series page to see the next 101, 201, or 301 Reformer Pilates series. Pilates Chair classes are open to all levels, with classes limited to just 3 students.
  • Do you have any specials going on? Any current promotions will be easy to find on Facebook, ask at the front desk, or give us a call. If you have never tried an unlimited New Student Month, you can take one at any time, even if you have been coming to Six Degrees for ages! It’s a great way to try out all the studio has to offer at a super cheap price: $99. Always be sure to pick up some referral cards at the front desk, too. Write your name on a card and give it to a friend who’s never been to Six Degrees, and she or he can take a group fitness class for just $10 and you’ll get a whopping 20% off your next class pack purchase. On a 20-pack, that’s $60!

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