Welcome to iPilates Academy

If you are new to Pilates, looking for private 1 on 1 sessions, or keen to join group classes at all levels; we look forward to helping you. Pilates is a form of low-impact exercise that aims to strengthen muscles while improving postural alignment and flexibility. Pilates moves tend to target the core, although the exercises work other areas of your body as well.

You can do Pilates with or without equipment (more on that below), but no matter what, expect the moves to involve slow, precise movements and breath control. Its is a full-body exercise method that will help you do everything better, while it strengthens and stabilizes your core body, which is your foundation, so that you can move efficiently while improving your posture, flexibility, and mobility. A typical Pilates workout is 45 minutes to an hour long, and our classes are at varied times during the day to suit your needs. We look forward to seeing you. 

About Our Classes

Many Pilates mat classes don’t require any equipment other than, yes, a mat, which is usually provided. (Unfortunately with CoVid19 upon us things are a little different, and you will need to bring a few of ‘you own’ items to class such as a towel, water bottle and a mask). There are other classes can use different equipment in addition to the reformer, the most common pieces of equipment are the Wunda, a low chair with padding and springs, the Cadillac (which looks a little like a bed with a canopy frame and is used in various ways for advanced students), the spine corrector, the high chair, and the Magic Circle, a ring you often use between your legs to create resistance.

In most class settings, you will typically use the reformer, the chair, Magic Circle, spine corrector, and a smaller version of the Cadillac called the tower unit. If you are a beginner there is always the option to take a few private lessons, if possible, to safely learn how to use the equipment before signing up for a group class. As a first timer, we will book you for an initial body assessment of 2 hours before joining a group class or private class This session is important for us to learn more about you and your requirements and to create a personalised Pilates plan that helps you achieve your goals in the safest possible manner.


Covid19 protocols are observed at both of our locations. Please ensure that you adhere to the requirements and ensure that you:

1. Wear a mask
2. Bring your own towel for hygiene reasons
3. Have your own water bottle (water provided onsite)
4. Sanitise as often as possible with the sanitiser provided in the studios

Should you not be wearing a mask you will not be allowed entry into our classes. If you are displaying any symptoms or think you have been exposed, please do not attend a class.