What should I bring with me to class?
A bottle of water is good especially if it's hot outside (and perhaps a small towel). You are welcome to bring extras such as eyepillows, blankets or cushions if you want to!
How strenuous is Pilates?
Pilates is a slow moving form of exercise and yes it can be challenging. My aim is to give you exercises that help you to progress at your own level. Pilates is designed to gradually challenge you in order to deliver improvement.
My classes are structured and include modifications to the exercises which enable you to work at a level that feels comfortable for you.
What if I have an injury? Can I still attend?
Yes, depending on what the injury is of course! I would prefer it if you could contact me a day in advance so that we can discuss the best way forward, any limitations you might have and what equipment that I might need to help support you during the class.
Do I need to book a block of classes?
Yes, for most of the classes. I run one pay as you go class on a Tuesday morning. The Block booking helps you to adhere to your new exercise regime. You book a block of 6 or 8 weeks and then renew at the end of that block. If you do not renew your place I will open up your place to someone else.
I do not offer trial sessions.
What if I can't make it to a class?
I understand that sometimes life gets in the way of your regular Pilates class. If you cannot make a class please let me know, and where possible I will try to offer a make up class on another day. I do not however provide credits to subsequent courses. A course cannot be split between classes. If you miss a course I cannot guarantee your space upon your return.