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1 person

€50 for 1h session.

5 x 1h = €225

(€5 saving per session).


2 people

€80 for 1h = €40 p/p.

5 x 1h = €375 Total

(€2.50 saving per session).

BASI Pilates Studio Sessions

As a Pilates teacher with a home studio and specialised equipment, I can help my clients by:

  1. Improving their posture and reducing back pain.

  2. Increasing their flexibility and range of motion.

  3. Strengthening their core for stability and proper movement.

  4. Correcting imbalances and enhancing body awareness.

  5. Developing balanced muscle tone throughout their body.

  6. Enhancing overall strength and endurance.

  7. Assisting in injury rehabilitation and providing modifications.

  8. Promoting relaxation and stress reduction.

  9. Supporting their weight management goals.

  10. Providing a welcoming and personalised environment for their well-being.

In my home equipped Pilates studio, I offer tailored sessions to address individual needs and help clients achieve their fitness and wellness goals.

Mat Teacher in Training

I am a BASI certified Pilates teacher with a deep passion for the mat work. If you are a Pilates teacher in training seeking a hands-on approach to prepare for your exam and gain confidence in teaching the general population, I'm here to support you, regardless of where you completed your initial training.

With my extensive experience in Pilates and dedication to the practice, I'm committed to helping aspiring teachers excel. Whether you need additional practice hours, guidance in refining your teaching skills, or insights to boost your confidence, I am more than happy to assist you.

My belief in the power of Pilates drives me to build a like-minded community of teachers who support and uplift each other. I don't see fellow Pilates teachers as competition; rather, I believe there's room for all of us to thrive. Everyone deserves to find a Pilates teacher they connect with and fall in love with the practice.

Let's work together to bring more Pilates enthusiasts into the world. Reach out today to schedule your practice sessions and take your teaching journey to new heights.


Question 1: What is Pilates?

Pilates is a low-impact exercise method that focuses on core strength, flexibility, and body awareness through controlled movements.

Question 2: What are the benefits of practicing Pilates?

Pilates can improve posture, increase muscle strength and flexibility, enhance body coordination, promote relaxation, and help prevent injuries.

Question 3: Is Pilates suitable for beginners?

Yes, Pilates is suitable for beginners. It offers a range of exercises that can be modified to accommodate different fitness levels and abilities.

Question 4: What should I wear to a Pilates class?

Wear comfortable, form-fitting clothing that allows you to move freely. Avoid baggy or loose attire. Remove your footwear after entering the studio. Pilates is practiced either in socks or barefoot. Avoid wearing jewelry or/ and clothing with zips to prevent scratching or piercing expensive equipment. Keep perfume to minimum. 

Question 5: Do I need any special equipment for Pilates?

Pilates studios provide the necessary equipment, also mats, and props. You may want to bring your own towel for hygiene purposes and water to stay hydrated. 

Question 6: How long is a typical Pilates class? 

A typical Pilates class lasts about 60 minutes. Some studios may offer shorter or longer sessions, depending on the format.

Question 7: Is Pilates a good workout for weight loss?

While Pilates can help improve overall fitness and body composition, it is not primarily focused on weight loss. It can, however, contribute to weight management when combined with a healthy diet and lifestyle.

Question 8: Can Pilates help with back pain? 

Yes, Pilates can be beneficial for back pain relief. Its emphasis on core strength, flexibility, and proper alignment can help alleviate and prevent back discomfort.

Question 9: Are there different types of Pilates classes?

Yes, there are various types of Pilates classes, including mat Pilates, equipment-based Pilates (using reformers, chairs, and barrels), and specialized classes for specific populations or goals.

Question 10: How often should I practice Pilates?

Consistency is key. It's recommended to practice Pilates 2-3 times per week to experience noticeable improvements. However, even once a week can still yield benefits.

Question 11: Can I do Pilates if I have an injury or a medical condition?

It depends on the specific injury or condition. It's best to consult with your healthcare provider to get clearance for physical activity, thereafter Pilates instructor can provide modifications or suggest appropriate exercises.

Question 12: Is Pilates suitable for pregnant women?

Pilates can be modified for pregnant women and is generally considered safe. However, it's important to consult with your healthcare provider to get clearance for physical activity, thereafter Pilates instructor can provide modifications or suggest appropriate exercises.

Question 13: Can men do Pilates?

Absolutely! Pilates is suitable for both men and women. Many professional athletes, including male athletes, incorporate Pilates into their training routines for its core-strengthening and injury prevention benefits.

Question 14: How soon can I expect to see results from Pilates?

Results may vary, but with regular practice, you can start to notice improvements in strength, flexibility, posture, and body awareness within a few weeks to a couple of months.

Question 15: How do I choose a Pilates studio or instructor?

Look for a reputable studio or instructor who is certified and experienced. Consider factors such as their teaching style, class schedule, location, and reviews from other clients to find the right fit for you.

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