Frequently Asked Questions
Will I be able to do Pilates if I haven't been exercising regularly?
Pilates mat work is designed to accommodate any level of fitness. If you are pregnant, or injured though it’s important to get approval from your doctor first.
What should I wear?
Comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely.
How often should I do Pilates?
At least once a week, ideally two times, and include a bit of home practice; this can be as little as 10 mins a day.
Is Pilates suitable if I've got an injury?
Injuries must be highlighted first, and in some cases a note from a doctor or physiotherapist maybe required.
Is it safe to do Pilates during pregnancy?
Yes absolutely. The exercises in prenatal Pilates are specialised, controlled forms of movement that work to keep your muscles strong and toned, help you to maintain a good posture, reduce pregnancy related aches and pains, and helps to reduce stress.
Will Pilates help my flexibility?
It will lengthen and strengthen your muscles.
When will I see a different in my body?
This depends on how often you practice Pilates.
"In 10 sessions, you will feel the difference. In 20, you will see the difference. And in 30, you'll be on your way to having a whole new body." - Joseph Pilates.