Our 1-1 sessions are home sessions, so our talented teachers come to you.

Personalised 1-1s are great for receiving individual attention and recommendations, giving you quick results.

Your teacher will guide you on the best exercises for your body and how to perform exercises correctly.

  1. Highly recommended if you haven’t done Pilates before and want to learn in a supportive setting.
    Remove Pain / injury case history
    FAQs – can I do 1-1s and group classes (text below)
  2. Absolutely! If you’ve got back pain or an injury it can be very beneficial to mix both group and individual sessions.

Our Back Care membership offers a £20 discount on 1-1s.



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Tali grew up in Edinburgh and trained as a dancer from a young age. A chronic back injury at the age of 10 led her to Pilates during a two year break from dancing. During this time, Pilates helped Tali to strengthen her body and heal her pain, and eventually enabled her to complete a degree in Contemporary Dance. Deeply passionate about chronic pain, Tali provides challenging classes with a strong mind-body connection. She aims to educate clients about pain and she teaches lighthearted, accessible classes that help clients to strengthen, stretch, and heal.

1-1 Availability
Wednesday after 5:30pm
Thursday 9:30-12pm
Fridays after 2pm


Maddy first discovered her love for Pilates whilst training at ballet school and found it was a way to stay strong, supple, and injury free. Unfortunately, when she was 19 Maddy had a serious hip operation which required extensive rehabilitation. Pilates was invaluable in her recovery and is a large reason that she was able to return to dancing post-surgery and pursue a professional dance career.

Maddy’s background in movement has a huge influence on her teaching and her classes are flowing, precise and fun. Maddy is currently in her final year of studies at St George’s University, London and will qualify as a Physiotherapist in July.

1-1 Availability
Mon, Weds, Thurs, Fri after 4.30pm
Some Weekend Mornings


Eve is an actor based in South East London. Like many people she came to Pilates via an injury she sustained on a job. Almost immediately she fell in love with the process of Pilates and trained to share the joy in 2015. Eve teaches energetic yet relaxing classes, and you will receive plenty of individual guidance under her careful eye. Eve loves working with different people, helping them feel good within their bodies and move with freedom.

1-1 Availability
Monday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday - anytime.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday- before 8am or after 6.30pm



1-1s will always be tailored to suit your needs and our teachers will go through the following approaches below.

If you’re particularly interested in any of the following approaches, please let us know.

Taking a detailed injury history involves gathering comprehensive information about any past injuries, accidents, or medical conditions that you might have experienced. These valuable insights enable our teachers to tailor their approach, providing you with specific exercises and creating a personalized program that caters to your individual needs.

A postural assessment evaluates your body’s alignment and movement while standing, sitting, or moving. Our experts analyze muscle imbalances, skeletal alignment, and movement patterns to identify concerns and potential issues. It helps detect misalignments and imbalances that could cause discomfort or pain.

A movement assessment evaluates how your body moves during various activities. Our skilled professionals observe mobility, stability, and coordination to identify limitations or dysfunctional patterns. With this understanding, we design targeted exercises to improve your everyday activities and reduce pain.

A desk assessment evaluates your workspace ergonomics to ensure proper desk and chair arrangement, computer placement, and posture. This assessment is beneficial as it reduces pain, prevents unnecessary strain on muscles, and promotes a healthier and more comfortable work environment.

Your Pilates teacher will assign you homework exercises, which come with several benefits. Practicing these exercises reinforces what you learn in 1-1s and classes, accelerating progress. Consistent practice at home also fosters flexibility, strength, and relaxation, leading to quicker pain reduction and an overall improvement in your well-being.


Our 1-1 sessions last 60 minutes and are done as home sessions, so our talented teachers come to you.

1-1s are great for achieving results quickly. You will receive homework exercises to do in your own time, which means you practice much more regularly. After just one 1-1 and a couple of weeks of practicing you should start to see some improvements.

Absolutely! If you’ve got back pain or an injury it can be very beneficial to mix both group and individual sessions. Our Back Care Plan provides the combination of 1 x 1-1 session a month, plus weekly group classes.

If you have chronic back pain, or complex injuries it’s advisable to start with 1-1 sessions. Working individually with one of our expert teachers allows personalized exercises and attention to address your specific issues. You are still very welcome to attend group classes, but we generally recommend 1-1s as a first step.

Yes, absolutely. We always recommend some 1-1s for people with back pain or injuries, but you will still see results just by attending group classes.

Click the button to go to TeamUp, where you can purchase the Initial 1-1 Consultation, or go straight for the Back Care Plan. Once you have paid for your session we will liaise with the teachers to find a mutually beneficial time.

We understand that starting something new can be nerve racking but please don’t be too nervous! 1-1s are a great way to be introduced to Pilates, in the comfort of your own home.

Improve injuries and reduce pain fast with a 1-1 session!



£ 80 Per Session
  • 1-1 Session With A Teacher Coming To Your Home
  • Detailed Case And Injury History
  • Postural Assessment
  • Homework Exercises