Do I need to bring a mat?
Yes – due to covid-19, we are asking that you bring your own mat. If you do not have one, you can purchase one from the studio for £20. You are welcome to use one of our thicker studio mats underneath your mat to give you the right level of cushioning for a Pilates class.
How does membership work?
Our memberships are super flexible, allowing you to combine online and studio classes. Payments are automatically taken monthly, but there is no commitment.
For full details of our membership types, click here.
Do you do drop ins?
No, we don’t do drop ins. However, if you’d like to try a taster class for £10, email email@example.com. Taster classes are in-person only – if you’d like to try online classes with no commitment, we recommend our online class pass, or try our Pilates for Beginners video here.
After that, you pay per month, not per class. However, you don’t have to book the same class each week, and you can do any combination of online and in-person classes.
Do you have a changing room?
Yes. However, if it’s possible for you to change before arriving at the studio, we recommend that you do so.
Can I park nearby?
The nearest car park is a 3 minute walk away at Clifford’s Tower – click here for the car park location and pricing. There is also limited pay and display parking on Cumberland Street, directly outside the studio.
Where can I leave my bike?
There are bicycle racks directly opposite the studio, on Cumberland Street.
I have an chronic health condition, can I still attend?
If you have any concerns about your ability to take part in a class, it’s best to book a 1:1 session to start off with. This allows you to work through some of the exercises at your own pace, and to find any adaptations that you might need for class.