Why choose a Pilates teacher from Physiocomestoyou?

Our Pilates is taught by physiotherapists known as clinical pilates which means that you the benefits of having a physiotherapist with their expert knowledge and training individualising the exercises to the patient and preventing any harm.

What is Pilates?

Pilates was developed by Joseph Pilates in the early 20th century with the intention of strengthening the human mind and body.  It is a body conditioning routine that helps build endurance of the whole body and emphasizes developing a strong core or center.  The exercises can be modified to make more difficult ranging from beginners exercises to advanced.  All exercises can be done simply using an exercise mat and resistance bands.

What are the benefits of pilates?

  • reduced pain
  • improved flexibility
  • improved strength
  • improved balance
  • improved coordination
  • development of strong core
  • improved endurance
  • increase in tone

What Pilates options do we offer?

  • one on one pilates at home, hotels or the workplace
  • pilates classes for you and friends at home
  • pilates classes for employees in the workplace
For more information on Pilates and great tips, please visit the Pilates section on our blog here.

Your Therapists

Penny is a qualified Physiotherapist from the University of Birmingham and has been working in London since graduating, completing a wide range of junior rotations at St George’s Hospital where she progressed to a Senior Neurology specialist,... Read More »


Aliya qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2008 from King’s College London.  She started her career in the NHS where she gained a wide variety of experience, with more focus in orthopaedics and musculoskeletal physiotherapy.  She has... Read More »


Ciara graduated with a BSC (Hons) from Brunel University in 2012. She initially started her career within the NHS, completing her junior rotations within medical respiratory, intensive care unit, care of the elderly, orthopedics, community,... Read More »