Mat-based, mixed-ability Pilates in Norwich

Let the real you be free

Uncover the super strong, incredibly fit and flexible person hiding inside of you

Tired of feeling stiff and achy?

Are you tired of experiencing constant aches and pains in your body? Has it been ages since you were able to touch your toes? Are you dealing with back and hip discomfort?

If you’re feeling stuck in your fitness journey and have no clue where to begin, you’re not alone. Perhaps you used to enjoy going to the gym, but now you find yourself out of practice and struggling to find the motivation to start again.

You’ve come to the right place. I can help you get back into shape in a fun and friendly setting.

Getting in shape made easier and better!

Imagine having a body that feels flexible, free from aches and pains, and never lets you down.

With mixed-ability Pilates classes, you can achieve just that. The Norwich Pilates classes are designed for normal people, regardless of weight, fitness level, or energy level. I create a down-to-earth environment where you can feel comfortable and supported.

Whether you’re overweight, unfit, or lacking energy, I guide you every step of the way. I’ll help you regain strength, increase flexibility, and become more confident in your body.

Pilates is for everyone, and I mean everyone

Become fit and strong at your own pace

Wake up with a spring in your step

Why pick my Pilates classes over all the others?

Because I get it!

I’m not your typical instructor. I’ve been the person who has let life get in the way of making the right decisions for my health and fitness. I have had injuries which have caused weight gain and an inability to stay fit and healthy. So, I know how hard it is to get into a good routine, and maintain it.

I trained as a Pilates instructor because after years of doing every exercise going, and picking up knee and shoulder injuries along the way, Pilates felt different, it felt safe yet challenging. I felt in control of my body and I liked that the class environment wasn’t competitive but encouraging.

Pilates is a journey and I hope that you start yours with me.

Try a flexible Norwich Pilates membership

Committing to 4 weeks of pilates is going to help you get results, however, if life gets in the way one month you can easily take a break.

The Pilates classes are held at various venues in Norwich and online.

Watch your confidence grow as your upper and lower body strength improves, your coordination gets better, your core gets stronger and the classes are suitable for all abilities, allowing you to work at your own pace.

Some of my happy students

You’re friendly and encouraging without being pushy. I feel like if I can’t do an exercise now that that’s ok – I will get it eventually. You suggest different levels and again it’s ok if I don’t do the hardest one.


I like Catherine’s class because they are small groups and you don’t feel out of place.

Everyone is as good as they are and it doesn’t make you feel uncomfortable.


I look forward to your classes every week as they are always a wonderful mix of fun and challenging (even the 4 breath planks). Thank you so much for all the work you put in and for pushing me, I feel stronger with every class.


I’m a complete beginner, is this right for me?

Yes! All my classes are mixed ability which means whatever your experience is with Pilates you will be able to practise safely to your level.

How big are your classes?

I keep my classes small with a maximum of 12 people in a class but realistically most classes have 8-10 participants. Having small classes means I can provide a more tailored class to meet everyone’s needs.

How many Pilates sessions can I come to?

I would recommend once a week to start, but I also offer a twice-weekly membership if you wanted to take your Pilates practice a bit further.

Do the venues have parking?

Waterloo Park Cafe and Buxton Lodge, Catton Park both have ample parking close to the venue. Silver Road Community Centre is on-road parking in designated bays.

Do you run an advanced Pilates class?

All my classes are mixed ability and throughout the class I offer different levels for each exercise meaning you can push yourself to your own level.

I’m a new mum and I want to get back into shape, when can I practise Pilates safely?

It’s recommended you wait at least 6 weeks after Postpartum and it’s good to check with a healthcare professional before returning to exercise. 

What do I wear?

I would recommend anything you feel comfortable in that allows movement, so for example Jeans would not be appropriate but leggings or jogging bottoms would be great.

What about footwear?

We practise Pilates in bare feet or in socks.

I have sciatica and my physio suggested Pilates, do you teach people with this problem?

Yes, Pilates can help to ease the pain of sciatica and as long as you have been cleared by your GP or health professional, getting started with Pilates is going to help.

I have lower back pain. Is Pilates suitable for me?

Pilates consists of low-impact exercises which can help to ease lower back pain, as well as prevent it. Pilates focuses on core strengthening, which is going to help protect the lower spine.

Is it okay to use a Yoga mat?

In theory yes, however you might find you want a bit of extra padding to protect your spine and hips. A Pilates mat is much thicker than a Yoga mat and provides comfort when doing the exercises.

Do men attend your classes?

Yes! Pilates is for everyone.

Are you ready to find out how strong you really are?

Book your Free taster session today and get started on your Pilates journey.