About Kalm Pilates

What is Kalm Pilates?

We offer result-focused 12 week online Pilates programmes that help you to be stronger, more flexible and free from pains and aches.

Each programme will ask you to do 3 short videos a week (circa 30 min long) for 12 weeks. Once you have signed up, you will have access to your own personal page where you can find your weekly videos.

All you have to do then is to roll out your mat, press play and enjoy the class. Expect it to be challenging, but in a good way!

What is pilates?

Pilates is a great all-body workout that focuses on muscle control, flexibility, stability and strength. It has the power to transform your body, helping you to become leaner, stronger and free from aches and pain. It is not cardio based – no jumping, running or high-intensity interval training involved. Instead, it is slow, focused and controlled, but oh boy…does it work!

Joseph Pilates, who devised the Pilates method in the 1920s, once said that “you are only as young as your spine” and how true this is. Age is not just a number, it is how the body behaves and Pilates has the ability to turn back the clock, anti-ageing your spine and your muscles each session at a time.

Containing influences of yoga and ancient Greek and Roman exercise regimes, Pilates contains moves you may already be familiar with such as planks and sit-ups, but the difference is in the focus on correct technique and alignment, which makes it not only safer for the body, but also just that little bit harder.


Whilst yoga has a spiritual side to it, Pilates has not. It focuses on how the body and the muscles move, which helps with improving body awareness and posture. However, there is no doubt that the mind also benefits from Pilates as it helps to quiet your thoughts and reduce stress.

Doing regular Pilates is great for all ages – from teens to pensioners – and suitable for both men and women. And the best thing? It never gets boring, because there are always new challenges within the exercises to make it harder if required… here at Kalm Pilates we will make sure of that as we aim to help you progress, be the best you can be.

Does Pilates work?

Pilates comes highly recommended by many GPs, physiotherapists and osteopaths for one reason only: it works. A strong core with added flexibility in the right places and good posture will take away many pains and aches which is why medical practitioners are such fans of Pilates. And if you try it, you may be too, because within 12 weeks you can expect to see some great progress and results.