Pilates in Bristol

Pilates is a low-impact form of exercise and non-stressful to the body. By using controlled movements, the body can develop strength, flexibility and tone which is why it can be very beneficial to those with injuries, whilst providing even the fittest with a challenge.

During classes you will be encouraged to work at your own personal ability level and provide adaptions will be provided where needed. Sian doesn’t believe in excluding people from classes if they have certain needs but an initial one-to-one session may be advised to help you prepare for the class and to go through any modifications needed.

The studio also hosts a reformer, full trapeze table/Cadillac, Wunda Chair and spine corrector, ensuring you can get the very best from your sessions of Pilates. These are a great way to really focus on how to connect to your body and the movements, giving you the knowledge and precision to transfer to mat Pilates classes.

"Sian is a fantastic Pilates instructor, she adapts every class to the needs of the group and is incredibly knowledgeable. Sian has taught me a lot about my body and technique. As well as being a challenge, the classes are always good fun too."


If you’re new to Pilates, you may like to try our special offer introductory packages.

Pilates Classes

Classes can be purchased as packages or monthly subscriptions. For more details, including booking, please go to the Book Now page.

Private Pilates Sessions

You can book a single session or purchase a block of 3, 6 or 10 sessions. The bigger the block, the greater the discount! Please go to the Buy & Book Private Sessions page for more information.

Corporate Classes and Events

These are available on request. Please contact us for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! Pilates is a gentle form of mind-body exercise. It is low impact and suitable for most people.
In short yes! To build muscle mass, the weight of the springs can be increased to add more resistance to the movements. 
Pilates is an exercise method designed to strengthen and stabilise the body from the inside out. This helps us to be stronger in our centre and small muscles, so helping our bigger muscles to work more effectively. Positive outcomes can include decrease in back pain, strength, flexibility, posture, co-ordination and balance.
Joseph Pilates took inspiration from Yoga and so there are a few movements that look similar. However, there are different purposes behind them so it’s important not to confuse them!
A mat and your own body and the only essentials. Small props such as cushions, bands and balls can help to assist in the movement and give you better feedback.

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