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Helping you feel the difference

People of all ages exercising on Swiss Balls in a Pilates session


Pilates is a type of exercise designed to improve strength, stability, flexibility and posture as well as enhance mental awareness.

Pilates Classes Update

We are now running face-to-face Pilates classes as well as pre-recorded online Pilates classes taught by our qualified physiotherapist and Pilates instructor, Anne Saunders.

Online Pilates Classes

You have the option of pre-recorded classes which once purchased can be accessed as many times as you like, or a virtual one-to-one Pilates session.

So if you are a beginner who’s always wanted to try Pilates from the comfort of your own home, this is a great opportunity to start to enjoy the many benefits that Pilates exercises can bring. Or, if you are looking to progress your Pilates practice to a more intermediate or advanced level these online services available are a great way to do so.

Face-to-face Pilates Classes

We offer one-to-one Pilates as well as group classes held at a local community centre.

For more information on our face to face classes or pre-recorded online classes, please contact Anne Saunders on: 07708 631616 or email:


Pilates exercises are designed to build the body’s stabilising and strength muscles. They also work to maximise joint mobility as well as relieve stress and tension.

Exercises can be individually adapted and are aimed to be carried out without any aggravation of pain.

Various pieces of equipment can be used to either give extra support to movements or to challenge exercises further. 


Pilates 1:1 session
(40 mins)
Pilates classes£7.50 per class - payable in pre-booked blocks


The nature of Pilates makes it an accessible and appropriate form of exercise for almost all ages and fitness levels. Each exercise can be modified as appropriate to suit the individual.

What are the benefits of Pilates?

Regular Pilates can help improve posture, muscle tone, balance and joint mobility as well as relieve stress and tension.

For elite athletes, Pilates can complement training by developing whole body strength and flexibility and therefore reduce the risk of injury.

Pilates can be used as a form of exercise to help with non-specific lower back pain.

It can help improve muscle strength which in turn can be a part of healthy weight management.

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What People Are Saying About Us…

Don’t just take it from us, let our patients do the talking!

Unlike other classes I have attended Anne ensures that the exercises are set to different ranges of difficulty so that everyone in our class is able to participate. She is knowledgeable, professional and personable and I would highly recommend her classes.


I have been having problems with my lower back and was given a full examination and was very pleased with the results!! I’ve come away with exercises to do at home to help me with my back problems. Overall, I would highly recommend.

Michelle H.

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