If you want; you can jump straight in with a Beginner Group Class (low impact workout) or book in for a Free Studio Tour or Health Assessment or (conversation-based, no workout).
With each class you can expect a balanced, full-body workout in a friendly, inclusive atmosphere.. Our small class sizes and personalised modifications mean you’re never left behind. We’ve got your back! (Quite literally)
Pilates is also a wonderful way to exercise if you are recovering from injury, with modifications available for every single exercise that will still give you an ass-whooping!
Our physio-based practice means protecting and improving your body’s strength, safely, is our number one priority.
Need close support? Book your personal class with one of our instructors today.
Are you a regular reformer Pilates devotee? Our direct debit membership will be best for you
Is your routine anything but a routine? Grab our class packs and workout with us when it suits you.
Reformer Pilates is done on a Reformer Bed with variably weighted springs and spring combinations to create resistance.
Pilates is done on a mat and is the foundation for learning to control the muscles.
Not at all! We train you in the fundamentals no matter your fitness level.
Absolutely anyone! Beginner classes are not only a great way to start your journey with Pilates but are also a fantastic alternative for those who want to work on their form at a slower pace. Our instructors structure their classes is that any exercise can be modified to be more challenging, or alternatively can be layered down to be more achievable.
If you are a brand new member we would recommend booking in a free class. Simply go to our website, select a time that suits you, create a profile and claim your free class. We will check in after your class to help answer any questions and discuss your next steps!
Definitely! At Move, many of us are mums ourselves, so we understand and will guide you through your return to exercise gently, crucial in your recovery. We would recommend a 1-1 virtual session initially when returning to pilates post-baby. We also check the client’s form and look for things such as abdominal separation which can occur during pregnancy and may affect exercise initially during the healing period.
No way- we can help you keep moving safely throughout your whole pregnancy!
If you are pregnant and new to Pilates we would recommend checking with your midwife or doctor before starting – but when you get the all clear, we are here for you. All of the exercises and classes can be adapted to be suitable and safe for both you and your baby.
We always recommend you speak to your doctor and get clearance for exercise if you are injured. More commonly than not, injuries actually require movement of the body to heal and strengthen. We recommend starting with a 1-1 session. Generally speaking, movement is good for you. Even if nursing an injury, there are endless movements to help you strengthen and improve.
Our aim is to make you feel as comfortable and confident as possible. We start with a 1-1 with your instructor, giving you the chance to discuss any injuries and answer any initial questions. Above all, we encourage our new clients to allow themselves to be beginners, listen to your body, and ask for our help whenever you need it.
Throughout the class, the instructor will help you set up and talk you through the exercises, regularly checking in and making any adjustments to help perfect your form. The class will take you through 40 minutes of working out and finish with a nice 5-minute stretch, leaving you feeling relaxed and calm. Post-class we’ll check in to see how you went and help out with any questions you might have