Pilates & Pours at Eclipse Brewing 10/20

Join Erin Chambers from Real Girl Pilates this fall for Pilates & Pours at Eclipse Brewery! Three dates are available, with limited space of 12 attendees each. GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY!

-Saturday, September 22 from 10:30am to 11:30am

-Saturday, October 20 from 10:30am to 11:30am

-Saturday, November 10 from 10:30am to 11:30am


Pre-registration required. $20.00 includes a 1 hour Pilates class followed by your choice of 1 pour or flight of beer. No experience necessary, class is for all levels.


Bring a Yoga Mat and water bottle


Join Erin Chambers from Real Girl Pilates for Pilates & Pours at Eclipse Brewery on Saturday, June 23 from 10:30am to 11:30am. Pre-registration required. $20.00 includes a 1 hour Pilates class followed by your choice of 1 pour or flight of beer. No experience necessary, class is for all levels. Wear clothes that are easy to move in. Athletic type clothes are best. Yoga Mats are required. Optional: bring a towel for extra support and a water bottle. We know, it’s called Pilates & Pours. But we are equal opportunity beverage appreciators – so no, you don’t have to drink beer. Eclipse Brewery offers a non-beer option as well. But whether you have a drink after class or not, we hope you’ll stay and hang out! Pre-registration is required, as there is limited space. Registrations are non-refundable for cancellations made within 24 hours of the event. Thank you for understanding and adhering to this policy. If the event has to be cancelled due to emergency or severe inclement weather, announcement will be posted on the Eclipse Brewing and Real Girl Pilates Facebook page and all social media pages as soon as possible. If venue host elects to cancel the event due to emergency or inclement weather, refunds will be made available as soon as possible after the event date.

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