Please bring along a small towel and a pair of anti-slip socks for your Pilates workout. You may also purchase anti-slip socks at our reception desk before attending your class. You can also bring water bottle along.
Please wear comfortable & fitting aerobics attire. You won’t go wrong with a t-shirt or tank top matched with shorts, slacks or tights! Socks are compulsory at Pilates Fitness – we recommend anti-slip socks.
Pilates does not require any fitness pre-requisites. You can begin Pilates classes anytime, and at any level of fitness.
An average active person who attends 2-3 classes per week should see results within 10-12 classes. This will vary depending on each individual and other factors such as the number of classes attended each week, the nature of the class (private or group classes), participation in other physical activities, diet, and the presence of any existing[…]
The biggest benefit you can gain is body awareness — awareness of how you sit, stand or move and being able to relate those habits to the aches, pains and injuries you may have or have had in the past. At the end of 15 sessions, you can expect an increase in strength, flexibility, mobility, balance,[…]
Pilates is unlike Yoga. Yoga poses are considered as a preamble to center, calm, and prepare your body for concentrated sessions of seated meditation. In contrast, Pilates was developed as a logical system of exercises specifically designed to enhance and balance the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of the human body. In other words, Pilates[…]
Mat-based workouts are very convenient and can be done anywhere. Adding light equipment and the larger resistance equipment will place more emphasis on your outer limbs and add variety and intensity to your program.
A special Pilates equipment called the Jumpboard is attached to the Pilates Reformer to intensify the Pilates workout. For those who find that regular Pilates classes cannot provide them with the “extra kick”, the Pilates Jumpboard will give you a lovely surprise. This class may not be suitable for people with knee injuries.
Pilates Mat Class utilises your own body to provide resistance for an overall workout. Various props such as toning balls, flex bands and resistance circle are used to add resistance and provide variations.
Pilates Reformer class uses Pilates Reformer machine as the main piece of equipment to perform Pilates exercises. The Reformer glides forward & backward on rollers and uses springs for resistance, along with other attachments, for a wide variety of exercises and positions (i.e. lying down, seated and standing).