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Pilates + Reformer

Transform your body and mind with pilates and reformer pilates.

A holistic practice that elevates overall well-being. Improve your posture, balance, flexibility and muscle tone while also achieving mental clarity and relaxation. Regular Pilates practice can also enhance body awareness and prevent injuries by correcting muscle imbalances and alignment. Additionally, Pilates is a low-impact form of exercise, making it accessible to people of all ages and fitness levels and especially beneficial for those with back pain or recovering from injuries.

At Well + Being, we are committed to providing our guests with a rejuvenating experience that nurtures both mind and body through the practice of Pilates.

Our Pilates Classes

At Well + Being, we are committed to providing our guests with a rejuvenating experience that nurtures both mind and body through the practice of Pilates.

Mat Pilates

Using classical Pilates principles, with a bit of spice, this class aims to restore the body to its ideal alignment.

Working through sequences targeting posture, core strength, stability and breath, you can expect to walk out feeling rejuvenated, slightly shaky (in the best way!), and positively glowing.

Reformer Foundations

Align and engage your body in our Reformer Pilates class. For those new to movement or reformer pilates.

On our state-of-the-art carriages, Reformer uses pilates principles and spring-loaded tension to create a unique resistance training experience. Ideal for loading the joints, muscles and bones in a low-impact yet highly effective beginner-friendly workout, this class will target the muscles that control our posture, stability, balance and core strength.

Reformer Intermediate

Take your reformer fundamentals to the next level in our intermediate level class, suitable for individuals with prior experience and confidence in reformer pilates.

In each class you will move through reformer repertoire with a mixture of strength-based, mobility-focused and dynamic movements to get your blood pumping, your muscles burning and your endorphins flowing.

Mat & Reformer Combo

This class provides the best of both worlds. Half matwork and half Reformer!
Spice up your workout routine with our circuit-style class suitable for all levels of fitness and experience. This faster-paced class combines classical mat pilates with reformer repertoire to create a unique experience that promises to leave a little sweaty with some pep in your step.

Reformer Restore

Indulge in an end-of-the-week recovery class, using the reformer's resistance and props for a supported stretch, flow, and sense of calm to get you ready for the weekend. No prior experience needed.

"movement is medicine"

What classes do you offer?

At Well + Being, we offer a range of Pilates classes to cater to all of our guest's individual needs and preferences. Our traditional mat Pilates classes provide a full-body workout that focuses on building core strength, improving posture, and increasing flexibility. For those seeking a more advanced form of Pilates, our Reformer Pilates classes use specialized equipment to tone the body and build a strong core while also improving posture.

What's the difference between mat Pilates and Reformer Pilates?

Mat Pilates and Reformer Pilates are both forms of Pilates exercises, but they are performed on different equipment. Mat Pilates is done on a mat using your own body weight as resistance, focusing on core strength, flexibility, and balance. Reformer Pilates is performed on a machine called the reformer, using resistance and assistance provided by the machine to create a more intense workout that focuses on specific areas of the body. Both types of Pilates focus on core strength, flexibility, balance, control and breathing but use different equipment and resistance.

I am new to Pilates; what class should I start with?

If you are new to Pilates, it is recommended to start with a beginner-level class. These classes will introduce you to the basic Pilates postures and techniques and will help you build a strong foundation for your practice. You can look for classes labelled as "Beginner," or "Gentle," to find a class that is appropriate for your skill level. Additionally, you can ask any of the team for recommendations.

Can I do Pilates if I have an injury or health condition?

Yes, you can do Pilates if you have an injury or health condition, but it's always recommended to speak with your doctor before starting any new exercise program. You should also inform your Pilates teacher of any injuries or health conditions you have before the class begins. They may be able to provide modifications or adjustments to help you safely practice. It's also important to listen to your body and not push yourself beyond your limits.

What should I wear?

For a Pilates class, it's best to wear comfortable, stretchy clothing that allows you to move freely. You will be moving through various Pilates postures, so it's important that your clothes do not restrict your movement. It's also a good idea to wear clothing that is not too loose or baggy, as this can get in the way during certain postures. Avoid wearing anything too tight or restrictive, as this can make it difficult to breathe properly. As for shoes, typically, no shoes are worn during yoga class, so either wear socks or go barefoot.

Do I need my own mat?

You are welcome to bring your own mat. However, we do have eco-friendly mats available to use for free at the studio.

Are there changing rooms and showers available?

Our facilities include changing rooms and a powder room for your convenience before or after class. If you're looking to freshen up with a shower, we recommend booking one of our sauna, float or contrast sessions which all come equipped with a shower

Can I eat before attending a Pilates class?

It is generally recommended to avoid eating a heavy meal 2-3 hours before a Pilates class. Eating a large meal before practicing can make you feel uncomfortable and sluggish during class. It is also important to stay hydrated before, during and after the class, so make sure to drink plenty of water.

Are there any age restrictions for taking Pilates classes?

There are typically no age restrictions for taking pilates classes. Yoga is a practice that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and abilities. However, it's always a good idea to check with the studio team or the instructor before attending a class, as some classes may be more physically demanding and may not be suitable for certain ages or abilities. If you have any concerns or doubts, it's always best to ask the instructor or our studio team if they have any classes that would be more appropriate for you.

Can I drop in for a class, or do I need to pre-register?

To make sure you have a space its best to reserve online in advance, you can view our timetable above to book.

Are there any membership or package deals available?

Yes, we have both packages and memberships available; please see above for details or pop us an email at for more info.