CONTACT | FAQ'S
Studio opening times*
Mon -Fri 0700 - 2200
Sat 0700 - 2100
Sun 0800 - 2100
*Times may vary slightly depending on classes
16 England’s Lane
Tel: 07706 800 730
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Do I need to book in for the class?
As our classes are small we advise you book before arriving at the studio. We operate pre-booked and pre-paid system, through our website.
What should I wear for a class?
Wear whatever you feel most comfortable at, but keep in mind that too loose clothing might not allow for body/posture corrections if needed. No shoes. Socks are optional but if you do decide to wear them, they have to be grip (Pilates) socks.
Do I need to pay for my class before it starts?
Yes, you do need to book and pay for your class in advance. All can be done through our Timetable page of the website.
How do I know if Pilates is for me?
The Pilates Method has been designed very carefully offering many options which can be tailored to the individual; customised for any BODY, any AGE, any ABILITY. Pilates is for Everyone! We also offer 30 mins introductory session, during which your goals and expectations can be discussed.
What’s the difference between group classes and private sessions?
Group classes are designed only for clients with no serious health problems. If there’s a particular body issue that you’d like to focus on then private sessions is the one for you, where the work is tailored to your needs only.
Why is Pilates good at strengthening muscles?
Because it strengthens them uniformly, no muscle groups are overworked or worked without the support of others. Pilates is a movement technique which strengthens the whole body.
How soon can I start Pilates after pregnancy?
You can start the postnatal Pilates upon satisfactory postnatal check at 6 weeks following natural birth or 8-10 weeks following the Caesarean Section.