I am new to Pilates and studio Lilyfit. Where do I start?
We recommend that a new client interested in taking 1: 1 Pilates at our studio, first begin with a single class although it’s not mandatory, to meet with Lily and check out the studio and see what is Pilates all about. Working with Lily during the session will educate you on your body, and its alignment, and you’ll learn how to optimally work your body.
What makes Studio Lilyfit different from other studios?
Studio Lilyfit’s approach focuses on the functional benefits that Pilates can bring us. Since founding Studio Lilyfit in 2015, founder Lily’s name has become synonymous with a coaching style that is warm, supportive, and encouraging. We offer highly personalized 1: 1 programming at the studio with in-depth technical knowledge, and a mix of a modern and classical approach to Pilates that is engaging and enjoyable. At Studio Lilyfit our clients are at the forefront of everything we do, and our focus is to make a meaningful impact – we are confident in our knowledge and know that our clients leave feeling stronger and healthier in mind and body.
How do I book a class?
What’s your cancellation policy and what happens if I show up late
We require 12 hours of advanced notice for the online live classes if you can’t make it to a scheduled class and 24-hour advanced notice if you can’t make it to a scheduled private session at the studio. If you cancel after that notice you will be charged the full price. If you are late getting to the studio, your class will still finish on time.
How do I contact the studio?
The best way to contact us is via the What’s Up app or email. We will get back to you as soon as we can.
How do I book for a class?
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How many times per week do you recommend I do PIlates?
We recommend you attend at least twice a week to see the change and feel the difference that Pilates can make to your mind and body. If you have more time available, we recommend three sessions a week to see a faster transformation.
Is it safe to do Pilates during pregnancy?
Yes, Pilates is safe during pregnancy. Pilates can safely help you build strength and stability throughout your pregnancy. Lily is trained in Pre and Postnatal Pilates and can provide appropriate modifications as needed. You have to have a clearance from your doctor that is safe for you to engage in Pilates during your pregnancy.
How long after giving birth shall I wait before I start Pilates sessions again?
We encourage clients to receive clearance from their health practitioner or obstetrician before commencing exercise again. This usually happens at six weeks post birth. If you had a C section usually around 8 weeks.
Can I come to the Pilates sessions if I have an injury?
Yes. Lily is qualified Sport Injury Therapist and will modify for you exercises as needed.