We are passionate about Pilates and use our wealth of experience to help you achieve a strong, flexible body that moves with ease.
“I trained as a dancer at London Studio Centre and regularly practised Pilates to stay injury free throughout my career. I loved how Pilates helped me control my long limbs and feel confident in my body. I was hooked from my first mat class and began my teacher training in 2013 with STOTT Pilates. I am trained to teach matwork, reformer, studio equipment and barre and love to combine the principles of Pilates with my dance background.”
“I have always worked in the fitness industry starting as an exercise to music teacher and dance enthusiast in the eighties. I experienced the healing and protective nature of Pilates after several bouts of low back and shoulder pain. I trained as a comprehensive teacher in 2006 with STOTT Pilates and started the first Pilates Esprit studio in 2008. I am currently training as a myofascial release therapist and doing a course in three dimensional functional exercise.”
“After years of enjoying Matwork Pilates, I started Reformer Pilates to assist recovery from a ski accident and knee operation. After appreciating the full benefits of Pilates, I went on to complete my STOTT instructor training in 2012 and am certified in both Matwork and Reformer. I have further developed my knowledge with courses in functional anatomy and workshops for shoulder girdle and lumbo-pelvic stability as well as pre and post-natal Pilates and fascial fitness. First and foremost I love my Pilates and continue to reap the benefits from doing it myself.”
“I became a sports therapist 15 years ago. I treat a wide range of soft tissue disorders and do a mean sports massage! I qualified as a Pilates instructor in 2013. Pilates became a passion of mine because within months of participating in classes my longstanding back issues virtually disappeared. I quickly realized that most of my exercise prescription for my sports therapy clients, were in fact tried and tested Pilates exercises. My two roles complement each other beautifully.”
We have classes to suit all experience levels, from complete novice to sports professional. With daytime, evening and weekend classes there will be something to suit your schedule. We also offer private classes by appointment.
A floor-based class with both classical and contemporary Pilates exercises that will mobilise and strengthen the entire body. Small props such as fitness circles, foam rollers and flex bands are used to assist and challenge your work out.VIEW TIMETABLE
Clients use the Pilates Reformer to improve their posture and alignment by exercising against variable resistance. During the session the whole body is worked from the feet upwards in a way that promotes mobility, strength and control of the spine and all of the joints.VIEW TIMETABLE
Using Pilates principles, barre classes at Pilates Esprit offer a low-impact, high-intensity workout using the ballet barre. A fun and dynamic class that works the entire body with a focus on form and alignment. You will feel the burn in this class and leave feeling energised.VIEW TIMETABLE
A slower paced class, combining standing and seated Pilates exercises. We work on posture, stability and creating balance in the muscles. This class does not contain floor-based work, so is ideal if getting down to the floor proves challenging. Suitable for those with Osteoporosis.VIEW TIMETABLE
Mixed Equipment is a small group class, utilizing studio equipment including, the Reformer, Cadillac and Chair. These larger pieces of equipment serve to support and challenge the body through a varied and thorough workout. You’ll leave feeling taller, stronger and ready for the day.VIEW TIMETABLE
The latest addition to our timetable. A low-impact, high-energy interval training class. This class will transform your regular Reformer routines into fun, energising workouts helping you tone up, strengthen joints and burn more calories. Not suitable for complete beginners.VIEW TIMETABLE