Your questions, answered

We hope we manage to answer any questions you may have but if not, no matter how significant you may feel your question is, please feel free to call me. I look forward to hearing from you.


What happens in the first session?
Consider this session as a chance for us to get to know each other. We'll have a friendly chat about your health background, fitness journey, and your individual aspirations. Following that, I'll assess your body's movements to understand how you're currently moving. Together, we'll engage in a session using the equipment, allowing you to experience my teaching approach first hand. Should you decide to move forward, you're welcome to schedule your subsequent sessions. With insights gathered from our initial meeting, I'll craft a tailored program designed just for you. Remember, if you choose not to continue after the first session, there's absolutely no obligation. Your comfort and choice are paramount.
What should I wear?
Wear clothing that will allow you to move comfortably. The only important thing is to have non-slip socks. Or if you don’t want non-slip socks, you can be bare foot.
How long is each session?
All sessions are 50 minutes long
How do I pay?
You can book and pay online. Or you can contact me and I can book for your first session, and you can pay for it via credit/debit card when you come for that session.
What is your cancellation policy?
I have a 24 hours cancellation policy. You can make changes or cancel your session 24 hours before your session. Otherwise, you will be charged for the session.
Does Pilates make you lose weight?
Pilates is strength-based training. It is made up of exercises that makes you work on the full body, and it helps you increase your muscle mass. When you increase your muscle mass, you start burning more calories. So yes, weight loss is a positive by-product of doing Pilates. There are many other health benefits of doing Pilates, like increasing flexibility, balance and coordination, improving posture and your mood. A well-rounded exercise program should include both cardio and strength-based training.
How many sessions do I need?
Well, it depends on many factors – your overall fitness level, whether you had injury or ongoing pain, whether you have exercised regularly in your life, your body alignment and awareness. In the beginning, especially if you haven’t exercised for a long time, recovering from an injury or want to see results quickly, two or three times a week is recommended. Otherwise, if you are fit and want to be stronger and healthier, one session a week should be enough. The most important thing here is consistency. If you attend your sessions, you will absolutely see the results. You can see here what my clients say about seeing the results of doing regular Pilates.
Is Pilates effective for men?
Absolutely! Pilates is highly effective for men as well. It offers a great way to improve strength, flexibility, and overall fitness. For men who are looking to enhance their strength, Pilates offers a holistic approach. The exercises target both large muscle groups and smaller stabilizing muscles, resulting in a balanced and functional strength. This can greatly complement other fitness routines, aiding in achieving specific fitness goals.