The Pilates Method is a mind-body centering technique which emphasises the importance of beginning movement from a central core of stability.

Pilates is for anyone of any level. It is used for prevention and recovery from injury, enhancing performance in sport and also makes the body more efficient for everyday life.

Matwork exercises are performed on the mat and are designed to promote core stability, flexibility, endurance, postural and body awareness and to correct muscle imbalances.

The exercises focus on strength, mobility and stretching and are progressed by the addition of arm and leg movements, and the use of resistance bands and other small equipment.

Pilates will help to improve your overall wellbeing through increasing core strength, balance, co-ordination, flexibility and relaxation of both the body and mind.

Class Timetable

Monday evenings (Improvers):
25 Feb – 1 Apr 8:10pm – 9:10pm

Wednesday mornings (Improvers):
27 Feb – 3 Apr 9:30am – 10:30am

Wednesday evenings (Beginners/Improvers):
27 Feb – 3 Apr 5:50pm – 6:50pm

Wednesday evenings (Improvers):
27 Feb – 3 Apr 8:10pm – 9:10pm

Friday mornings (Beginners/Improvers):
1 Mar – 5 Apr 9:30am – 10:30am


Block of 6 classes £51

Where do I go for my Pilates Class?

The Pilates Classes are held in the Wellbeing Lab in Restoration Yard at Dalkeith Country Park.

Free parking is available at the Laundry House car park.

Please enter the courtyard and access the Wellbeing Lab, on the first floor, via the side door to the left of the main shop entrance.

What shall I wear and do I need to bring anything with me?

Please wear comfortable, non-restrictive exercise clothing to allow you to move freely. You can wear socks or go barefoot.

Please bring with you a small hand towel to use as a head pillow during class and a bottle of water for your refreshment. Exercise mats are provided, however you are welcome to bring your own.

All other equipment will be provided.

How do I book Pilates?

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Eskbank Physiotherapy Pilates Restoration Yard