Fitness Pilates

Hone your strength and achieve perfect balance in a relaxing environment with one of our fitness pilates sessions.

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What is fitness pilates?

Fitness Pilates is a low-intensity form of exercise made to increase a person’s strength, balance, and flexibility. It integrates both breath and movement within existing bodily mechanisms to move the body in a natural, healthy way. Most pilates exercises focus on the core and pelvis, and require no special equipment, making it a great choice for a quick, at-home workout!

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The benefits of fitness pilates

Pilates has a range of great benefits you’ll start to see after just a few sessions, including…

Better strength and all-around muscle toning, particularly in your abs, hips, lower back, and buttocks.
Increased circulation and lung capacity from deep breathing exercises.
Balanced muscular development on both sides of the body.
Relaxation, stress reduction, and a general improvement to your mental health.


Class Time Table


9:30am - 10:30am (Class held at The Studio)

8:00pm - 9:00pm


How To Book

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    Choose your Class

    We offer fitness pilates classes to suit almost any schedule. Find a slot that works for you using the time table on this page.

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    Book The Class

    Simply fill in the form below, or give us a call to book your place.

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    Get Started

    Come down to the studio and start your session with one of our friendly, professional instructors.


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Frequently Asked Questions?

Any comfortable, loose clothing, such as a t-shirt with trackies or leggings, will be suitable for pilates.

The beauty of pilates is the variance of routines, and how it can be tailored to suit all kinds of ages and physical conditions!

Yes and no. While the inventor of pilates consciously drew on influences from eastern and western exercises, pilates is a lot more dynamic compared to yoga, and doesn’t have as much focus on holding static poses.


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