I have always been an active person. It was through dance, sports and other methods that I discovered my passion for movement. I chose to study economics, and although I have a successful professional background, helping people find strength or healing through movement prevailed. Teaching Pilates is where my passion lies.

I have been practising Pilates for over twenty years now and since completing the Body Arts and Sciences certification (BASI) in 2008 I have been dedicated to teaching. I went on to study and become certified in teaching Classical Pilates and it is according to this standard that I apply my knowledge. In 2018 I became a certified GYROTONIC® trainer

My philosophy is to provide a ‘boutique’ style of teaching where we prioritize your personal needs by keeping the classes small and intimate, allowing me to focus on each person’s needs.

About the studio

With my studio I intended to create a space in which anyone who comes here feels comfortable. The neutral tones and simplicity do not impose design or character on anyone. I want for anyone who enters the studio to feel natural, warm and part of the space so that they can relax their bodies and minds and do what they have come here for, Pilates.

My aim is that everyone who comes here not only leaves feeling stronger, but also happier. I want everyone who comes here to leave with a piece of happiness in their heart.

The studio has been installed with the highest quality apparatus and equipment to provide the best experience and service for our students and clients.

About Pilates

Pilates was developed by Joseph H. Pilates in the early 20th century. Although it never came to popularity when he was alive, it has become a very popular method enjoyed and taught by a dedicated community of practitioners.

The system of over 500 exercises makes use not only of a mat, but also special apparatus such as the Reformer, Cadillac, Wunda Chair, Towers, Barrels and an assortment of accessories. The apparatus have straps and springs that provide the resistance and support for the body.

The method was originally called Contrology and Joseph Pilates himself believed that a healthy mind required a healthy body. The sedentary lifestyles that we have today mean that we have to take extra care to stay present and capable in our bodies. Pilates promotes physical strength and well-being by developing not only the Core, but also our faculties for balance, coordination, proper breathing, focus, centering and strength.
The Pilates method is also attributed to psychological benefit as practitioners often share that the physical wellbeing often extends to the mind.


“The mind, when housed within a healthy body, possesses a glorious sense of power.” Joseph Pilates

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