Pilates Classes in High Street Kensington London


Pilates Classes in High Street Kensington London

We are just 10 minutes away from High Street Kensington London (ok 5 mins if you walk fast paced 🙂

Pilates Classes just 10 min from High Street Kensington London

Pilates Classes just 10 min from High Street Kensington London

Discover the secret to a flat stomach!

Get stronger, lean long muscles. Improve your core strength, coordination, flexibility, endurance. All this in our Pilates Classes in High Street Kensington London.

How can Pilates help?

We know what muscles do what because we have an understanding of anatomy and applied physiology. Our exercise programmes are aimed to target your deep muscles and help you get strong from the inside out.
Pilates exercises not only targets your superficial muscles,  but preferentially targets deeper muscle groups that are responsible for that “corset effect”, making it possible for you to see results in your waistline.

Explained further:
“When choosing an abdominal exercise, it is important to consider that the different abdominal muscles play different roles in stabilising the spine, the transversus being a local stabiliser, the obliques being global stabilisers and the rectus being a global mobiliser”  G.B. Silva et al (2015).

We offer a wide variety of Pilates classes. Pilates Essential repertoire, Intermediate, Advanced, Cardio Tramp, Pilates for the older adult, Pilates for pregnancy, Dynamic Reformer and more.

We are open:
Mondays-Thursdays: 6:30am-9:00pm
Fridays: 6:30am-5:00pm
Saturdays: 9:00am-3:00pm
Sundays: 9:00am -2:30pm
For after-hour trainings we will strive to accommodate any request.
See our weekly Pilates classes timetable

Please note that Personal Training sessions and group classes cancelled or rescheduled within 24 hours of the time booked will still be charged.

All classes are held at:
110 Kensington Church Street
London W8 4BH



G.B. Silva et al (2015) . Electromyographic activity of rectus abdominis muscles during dynamic Pilates abdominal exercises. Journal of Bodywork & Movement Therapies 19, 629e635