Our Pilates Classes are run as small hybrid classes which means they are taught both in-studio and online, at the same time. This gives you the option of coming in person or joining in with a class from the comfort of your own home. Some classes are recorded as well, for you to do in your own time, so you can do more than one a week for the same price!
All our classes are listed below. Get in touch when you find a day and time that suits you, for a class that best fits your level – we offer a range of classes from postnatal/gentle rehab, mixed ability, up to intermediate/advanced groups.
Monday Classes and info
9:30 – 10:15am
Postnatal/Gentle Rehab Pilates Class
Designed for postnatal rehab and those needing a gentler level, including older adults
6:30 – 7:15pm
This is a class for those who have a higher level of Pilates, designed to be more challenging with a faster pace is faster. This is a class to challenge you and is usually full of much laughter.
Tuesday Classes and Info
7:15 – 8:00pm
Beginners/improvers Pilates class where exercises will be tailored to those attending sessions. Classes are purposefully kept small so there is plenty of time to ask questions and check you are getting the correct technique.
Wednesday Classes and Info
7:30 – 8:15pm
Taught by Alex, this is about learning the basic principles and practicing the techniques right. An ideal class to start in, plus lots of chat about cats!
Thursday Classes and Info
7:00 – 7:45pm
This Improvers class goes at a medium pace, with time to focus on technique. Revisiting the basics often and taking time to listen to our bodies as well as there being time for a lot of laughter in this specific class!
8:00 – 8:45pm
Suitable for those with a good level of Pilates experience, you will be pushed and worked hard. Come after a busy day ready to unwind and destress whilst tone up and strengthen your body.
Friday Classes and Info
9:30 – 10:15
Postnatal/Gentle Rehab Pilates Class
A postnatal and rehabilitation class that gives mums a chance to strengthen their core. This class is all recorded so you can catch up on anything you miss, if baby need you. Most mums either attend with their baby over zoom or come in person without baby. You choose. Pelvic floor and diastasis recti issues catered for.
Saturday Classes and Info
9:00 – 9:45am
Pilates can help you through your pregnancy, strengthening your core so keeping those tummy muscles firmer for longer and helping with pelvic floor as well as back problems and balance. These classes help prepare you for birth using breathing and relaxation as well as strengthening the muscles you will need afterwards.
Sunday Classes and Info
9:15 – 10:00am
For beginners and those with some Pilates experience too, everyone will work at their own pace and level in this class, so multiple options will be given to help cater for the Pilates newbies and the experts.
Before Attending Class
Prior to joining a regular class, you might need to attend an Induction Class, depending on your previous experience. This can be done by booking an induction online, or Priya has some induction videos on her YouTube Channel.
It is important to learn the basics of Pilates first and our induction session enable the teachers to assess your body and give you extra support. If you would like a 1-1 induction please book here.
Due to needing to health screen and plan, spaces need to be pre-booked.Schedule Appointment
If you would like to sign up for our Studio Monthly Membership at £38.50 a month you will be assigned to a class, that you can attend via Zoom. Through our Facebook group you can then also see all the other classes that are suitable for you giving you a large range of sessions you can do on catch-up too.
Priya started out as a fitness instructor at the gym, taking up teaching whilst also training to become a dietitian. Pilates was not something she ever thought she would train in but she had her arm twisted and has never looked back. Priya’s favourite form of Pilates is the reformer (you can book 1-1 sessions with her) and she also is trained in sports massage too. A lover of cooking you will often find her in the kitchen or running away from her 3 children!
Alex started Pilates due to her chronic back pain, that is actually how we met. She started coming to classes and after almost 10 yrs decided to train as a teacher. I’m now super lucky to have her teach at the studio. Alex is so passionate about Pilates and loves a bit of oblique action! She is also an archaeologist and adores cute cat pics!
With a background in ballet and a YMCA Pilates diploma, I’ve dedicated myself to blending the grace of dance with the precision of Pilates, with a particular focus on core strengthening and posture improvement. In our sessions we’ll explore the transformative power of mindful movement, helping you to build a strong, resilient core, improve posture, and enhance overall strength, flexibi8lity and inner harmony.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many people are in a class?
We take no more than 6 in the studio (spaces must be pre-booked) and up to 12 in a hybrid class. This enables the teachers to get to know all the bodies and really keep an eye on your technique
Do I need to pre-book?
Yes, we are a small studio so booking is essential. Plus it helps our teachers to plan a class that suits you. When you sign up for monthly membership you will be given the studio class booking link and put into a Whatspp group where we communicate all the day to day bits about classes
What do I need to wear/bring?
Please wear clothes you are comfortable in and can move in. It really does not matter if you are in your best Lululemon or Sweaty Betty matching outfit or your comfy joggers, all are welcome! Please do wear socks though. All mats and equipment are provided in studio, anything needed at home you can find out through your class chat.
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