Pilates aims to strengthen the body in an even way, with particular emphasis on core strength to improve general fitness and wellbeing. Regular pilates practise can help improve posture, muscle tone, balance and joint mobility, as well as relieve stress and tension. Pilates can also complement other training methods by developing whole body strength and flexibility, and help reduce the risk of injury.



Our Pilates classes run 3 x per week, Monday evenings 6-6:45pm, Tuesday mornings 10:15-11am and Thursday evenings 6:45-7pm. Classes are suitable for all levels, with modifications available for beginners, and progressions to challenge the more advanced. We have mats available in our studio but you are welcome to bring your own. Classes are £5 each to pay as you go or in blocks of 10 for £45, they are also included as part of or £25 monthly rolling membership.


If you have specific goals or needs, or you just don’t quite feel ready to attend a group session yet, one to one Pilates sessions are available to book with our Pilates instructor, Sophie. These can be held in the studio outside of class times, or on Zoom. Your first session will be 60 mins long as Sophie teaches you the fundamentals of Pilates, and its principles, to give you a strong foundation on which to develop and build from. Subsequent sessions will be 45 mins long. Private sessions are £30 when booked individually, and are also available to purchase as blocks of 4 sessions (1 x per week) for £110, or 8 sessions (2 x per week) for £200.


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‘Pilates strengthens and stretches your core muscles and could help your body cope with carrying the extra weight of your growing baby, as well as preparing you for childbirth and recovery afterwards. Pilates often focuses on strengthening your pelvic floor, which is important for labour and recovery after birth.’ – Tommy’s

Feel inspired…

‘You will feel better in ten sessions, look better in twenty sessions, and have a completely new body in thirty sessions.’

― Joseph Pilates

‘If your spine is inflexibly stiff at 30, you are old; if it is completely flexible at 60, you are young.’

― Joseph Pilates