I first went to the Good Space for pilates reformer classes because the University Club had closed down. Initially I wasn't keen on the Pilates I/II class but I gave the PIlates II/III class a try (with Melody as the instructor) and I loved it. While waiting for class to start, I would see all these people taking the S&M class so purely out of curiosity, I took a class. It kicked my butt. And I loved it. Pilates is wonderful for stretching and lengthening and toning but I needed a good cardio class without it being excessive or boring and S&M is the perfect class. I get irritable if I miss class because of work - I love it that much. Even if you're new, it's fine because everyone goes at their own level and pace. You don't have to follow along and be in sync like an aerobics class, you can modify it to your comfort level. Sadly, I don't go to the Good Space for pilates any more because I much rather go for S&M. It's helped my energy level and my butt defy gravity.
Pros: Melody is awesome, warm and inviting environment,