Online Pilates Class Videos

I have completed post-graduate training with ‘The Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute’ (APPI) to allow me to teach Pilates. I have been certified by them as a Pilates Matwork Instructor.

Pilates is a form of exercise that can be performed by many people, regardless of age, fitness level or previous exercise experience. It can be useful as part of rehabilitation following an injury or surgery, to help with pain, or to improve general fitness. It has a strong focus on posture, core strength and controlled movement.

If you would like to participate in Pilates classes from the comfort of your own home (or anywhere you have internet connection and enough room to safely lay your Pilates mat) then my online Pilates class videos could be for you!

These video classes are all pre-recorded and can be watched whenever you wish and as many times as you wish. New content will be uploaded regularly (approximately 4 new videos per month) and all existing videos will remain accessible for the duration of your subscription.

A subscription costs £12.00 per month. You will need an email address to sign up and will be asked to create your own username and password for your account.

Below you can browse the existing videos available but you will only be able to view the videos when logged in.

Please note that although I deliver the content of the videos in exactly the same way as I do during my face-to-face physio-led Pilates classes, the video subscription should not be viewed as a physiotherapy service as it does not include the required elements, such as assessment and monitoring, to be classified as physiotherapy.

If you are interested in face-to-face physio-led Pilates classes you can find further information here.

Please ensure you read the Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy before registering.

Online Pilates Class Videos

Introduction and Beginner Classes
Focus: Introduction to Pilates, Principles of Pilates and 5 Key Elements
Maximum Difficulty: N/A
Equipment Required: mat, head block, sitting block
Focus: Learning gentle movements
Maximum Difficulty: 1/5
Equipment Required: mat, head block, sitting block
Focus: Learning further gentle movements
Maximum Difficulty: 1.5/5
Equipment Required: mat, head block, sitting block
1 Hour Mixed Level Classes
Focus: abs, glutes
Maximum Difficulty: 3.5/5
Equipment Required: mat, head block, sitting block
Focus: upper body, glutes
Maximum Difficulty: 3/5
Equipment Required: mat, head block, sitting block
Focus: arms, glutes
Maximum Difficulty: 3/5
Equipment Required: mat, head block, sitting block
10 Minute Classes
Focus: abs
Maximum Difficulty: 3/5
Equipment Required: mat, head block
Focus: stretch and mobility
Maximum Difficulty: 1.5/5
Equipment Required: mat, head block, sitting block
Focus: glutes
Maximum Difficulty: 2.5/5
Equipment Required: mat, head block
Small Equipment Classes
Focus: abs, glutes, adductors
Maximum Difficulty: 3.5/5
Equipment Required: mat, head block, sitting block, 7″ soft ball or small cushion/folded towel
Focus: general strengthening
Maximum Difficulty: 3.5/5
Equipment Required: mat, head block, sitting block, resistance band
Focus: abs, adductors
Maximum Difficulty: 4/5
Equipment Required: mat, head block, sitting block, 7″ soft ball or small cushion/folded towel
Explanation of video descriptions:

Focus: whilst all classes will provide a great general workout there will usually be certain areas that are worked a little more and these are highlighted in the ‘Focus’ section.

Maximum Difficulty: the Pilates movements contained within these classes are split into levels, with the easiest being level 1 and the hardest being level 5. Mixed level class videos will provide a variety of levels for most movements in the class therefore the difficulty will vary depending on which levels you choose to work at during the class.  ‘Maximum Difficulty’ is listed according to working at the highest of the levels presented in the class.

Equipment Required: all classes will require a mat and head block. Some will require a sitting block. However for some of the movements it will be down to individual preference whether you use a sitting block therefore it is listed as required for most of the videos.

Looking for something specific?

Use the drop-down boxes below to search for classes according to their focus, maximum difficulty or equipment required.