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  • What is the duration of each class?
    45 minutes, followed by a 5 minute interaction with the instructor to discuss any doubts.
  • How can I prepare for class?
    Download the Zoom app (preferably on a tablet/laptop). You will need a mat, wifi and a positive attitude!
  • What kind of classes do we offer?
    Group and individual classes. Group classes cater to all levels and individual classes can be tailor-made for you.
  • Do I need to have any prior workout experience to join a group class?
    No! Pilates will build your strength and help you perfect your technique.
  • Do I need any equipment?
    Not necessarily! If you want an extra challenge, you can use ankle weights, resistance bands, our pilates bar or the magic circle.
  • Can I practice pilates with a physical ailment/past injury?
    It’s always a good idea to consult your doctor before embarking on a new fitness journey. Make sure to discuss your condition/ injury with our team before you join. The instructors will provide alternative options when an exercise may be harmful to your condition.
  • What is the validity of each membership?
    30 days from the day of commencement.
  • Can I get a refund?
    Unfortunately, we're not able to offer refunds once you have signed up. If you'd like to discuss your subscription with us, you can reach out at
  • Is Pilates the same as Yoga?
    Although Yoga and Pilates compliment each other, they are different forms of exercise. Yoga is an excellent training tool focusing more on flexibility whereas Pilates emphasises control of movement. The difference between the two is more philosophical than physical. - Yoga involves the mind, body and spirit. It uses static poses and asanas to explore breathing, physical feelings and emotions. - Pilates is a dynamic form which concentrates on strengthening the powerhouse, toning through correct movement, increasing flexibility and mobility throughout the joints. While it primarily focuses on physical health, it positively impacts one’s spiritual well being. Pilates can be modified to make exercises relatively easy or targeted to make them extremely challenging.
  • Can Pilates help rehabilitate from an injury?
    Joseph Pilates, the father of Pilates, created Pilates during World War I to rehabilitate prisoners. He called this form of movement ‘contrology’. Pilates is a safe practice for anyone suffering from any type of muscle/ bone related injuries. Our Instructors have undergone expert training, including rehabilitation training. Exercises are chosen/ modified to accommodate your existing injuries. DISCLAIMER: Please bring along all relevant medical referrals and reports from your GP, physiotherapist or other medical practitioners when starting. This will help us to identify areas and issues we need to be aware of.
  • What age group can practise Pilates?
    ALL! The programmes are tailor-made to fit the requirement of the individual. One slowly but surely progresses from one level to the next, to continue challenging the body.
  • Can children do Pilates?
    Absolutely! We have a Junior Pilates League, where the youngest participant is only 6 and exceeding all expectations.
  • Will Pilates assist my weight loss goals?
    While Pilates works toward a stronger, leaner and lengthened body, it is not a replacement for cardio or HIIT workout. It is a good idea to combine Pilates with some form of cardio to maximise weight loss, with mindful eating of-course.
  • How many calories can I burn with Pilates?
    Pilates is known for creating long, lean, and toned bodies. Creating lean muscle mass increases your calorie-burning potential. How many calories you burn depends on your body type and your level of exertion.
  • When can I start seeing changes in my body?
    Everyone responds differently but wonderful changes will happen if you commit to doing Pilates frequently!
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