New to Pilates?

You should always check with your doctor before starting Pilates just to be on the safe side. A good teacher will make sure you take things slowly at first and will give you the opportunity to learn and progress at your own pace. Try to practice at home.  You don't have to be in a studio or have special equipment to do a Pilates work out.  Aim to do a Pilates session every other day and try to bring Pilates awareness into your everyday life.

What to wear

You will need to wear comfortable clothes that allow you to move freely - tracksuit bottoms or leggings with a long sleeved top or t-shirt are usually ideal. I need to be able to see how you are moving so please avoid heavy sweatshirts and hooded tops. You do not need trainers as you will be exercising in socks or your bare feet. 

Enrolment Form

Before our first session I will send you an enrolment form to complete.  The form will ask questions about you and your general health and will enable me to make sure the session is appropriate for you.  

All information is kept confidential.


Terms and conditions

During a virtual session you will be taking responsibility for your own body.  You must ensure that you are working in a safe environment and that any small equipment you are using is in good condition.  You will need to set up your phone, tablet or laptop to ensure I can see you clearly and this may need to be repositioned during our session.  Payment will be due by bank transfer. 

For classes and private sessions at Body Control please visit  www.bodycontrolpilates.com