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Church Street, Carlisle, CA2 5TJ  

Tel: 01228 599482


Text: 07919 451864

Join one of our Pilates classes or book an appointment with a Chartered Physiotherapist today.


Pilates Classes Timetable

Places are limited so please book





To ensure a smooth progression, our classes are run in blocks of 5 lessons.

Please click here for start dates for the next block of classes

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Pilates is a gentle form of exercise which was first developed by a man called Joseph Pilates in the first half of the 20th century.

Whilst the modified exercises that we teach at PhysioPilates Carlisle are a modified version of the traditional exercises originally taught by Joseph Pilates, we still adhere strongly to the 8 key principles that he developed as the pillars of all Pilates exercises:






Flowing Movement

Integrated Isolation


Through controlled movements and sustained holds, the classes we teach aim to develop control and strength of a group of muscles known collectively as ‘Core Muscles’.  These include the muscles in the abdomen, buttocks, lower and upper back, neck, thighs and shoulders

As well as strengthening the core muscles, the Pilates exercises that we teach in our classes contain exercises specifically designed to increase joint flexibility and improve movement patterns and posture.

We run our classes from both our own dedicated Pilates Studio and from Currock Community Centre.

Class sizes are kept deliberately small so that every participant can be closely monitored to check technique and to make sure no one is struggling with pain or being left behind.

All of our exercises can be modified to suit different conditions and abilities - no one is ever left struggling in one of our classes.

Can’t get down onto the floor? You may still be able to join a class as we have a limited availability of massage plinths that can be used.

If you would like to join a class or discuss your individual needs, please contact us and ask to speak to a physiotherapist.