t: 01224 733018 m: 07752 153169
e: info@aberdeenpilates.com


Classes Timetable

Classes run Monday – Thursday. See our timetable for details of the various times at the various levels. Remember, Level 1 is for beginners. If you have not done Pilates before you must start at Level 1. If you would like more information about beginners classes, please e-mail us.


  • 9.30am – Intermediate
  • 5.00pm – Intermediate
  • 6.00pm – Advanced
  • 7.00pm – Advanced


  • 5.00pm – Intermediate
  • 6.00pm – Advanced
  • 7.00pm – Advanced


  • 9.30am – Advanced
  • 10.30am – Intermediate and Advanced
  • 4.30pm – Advanced
  • 5.30 pm – Intermediate
  • 6.30 pm – Advanced


  • 9.30am – Intermediate
  • 5.00pm – Intermediate
  • 6.00pm – Advanced
  • 7.00pm – Advanced

Please fill in a Health Form (PAR-Q) before starting classes. Download the form via this link.


Level 1 – Introduction into Pilates covering history, Pelvic floor, Neutral Spine and Transverse abdominal. Practising simple Pilates movements allows you to get a taste of what Pilates is all about.

Level 2 upwards – The classes progress with the individual and each class is very much tailored to the level within that class. Progress through the levels is done at the clients own pace. Equipment is introduced to challenge and focus the mind body connection.

Class Fees

Classes cost £9 each

Individual Tuition

A one-to-one rehab session matwork costs £90 this includes an initial 40 minute session with postural assessment and exercises, with two 30 minute follow up sessions.

£50 reformer 50 minute session

£45 matwork 50 minute session

Please note no shows will be charged for session booked.

healthy lifestyle with Aberdeen Pilates

Pilates offers both mental and physical training. For pre or postnatal women, Pilates exercises are beneficial as they help to concentrate on areas which are vital pre and postnatal. They provide an ideal preparation for labour and an important stage in the recovery after labour.

Some of the benefits of Pilates exercises pre and post natal:

  • Abdominal strength is important to help support the weight of the growing uterus, support & act as a splinter to the spine, and aid childbirth.
  • Stronger, toned abdominal muscles are less likely to separate, and separation will realign quicker on stronger abdominals.
  • Stronger abdominal muscles aid childbirth.
  • Aids relaxation, improves sleep and increases energy levels.
  • Reduces backache by improving posture and strengthening abdominals.
  • Reduces constipation.
  • Something for the mother! To name but a few!

If you would like more information about beginners classes, please e-mail us.

To download the booking form use this link.