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Whether you’re new to Pilates or simply want to find a new class or instructor who can guide you personally, Airtasker can help you out. Within just a few minutes, you can find local Pilates classes as well as the best online Pilates classes that fit your schedule.

Our platform also helps you find specialised Pilates classes for beginners or Pilates reformer enthusiasts. Here’s how it works: First, you’ll need to fill out a task post that includes your location, desired schedule, and budget. After you’ve completed the task post, tap “Get quotes” and wait for offers to appear on your screen.

Within minutes of your posting, you can get offers from Pilates instructors. You can view their quotes, client reviews and check if they’re a good fit for you. Once you find an offer you like, click to confirm your first class! It’s that easy. Ready to find a Pilates class for you? Tap the “Post a task” button to get started.

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Top Pilates Instructor related questions

How is Pilates different from other forms of exercise?

Pilates is a non-impact, full-body exercise that helps you burn calories without stressing your body out too much. It uses several precise movements to achieve the principles of correct alignment, centring, concentration, control, precision, breathing, and flow. Pilates drills target your body in a very balanced way and even works to improve your mental wellness. This is because its inventor, Joseph Pilates, believed that mental and physical health were connected. 

Can anyone do Pilates?

Just about anyone can enjoy the benefits of Pilates. Unless you have a medical condition, physical injury, or a doctor’s recommendation against taking up Pilates, you can safely do this non-impact workout. People of all ages and fitness ability can try a Pilates class - make sure you select the preferred class or instructor for your needs.

What equipment do I need for Pilates?

If you intend to do online Pilates classes in your home studio, you’ll want to prep the necessary equipment. These include mats, a circle resistance ring, balance ball, stability ball, bands, boards, and rollers. If you are interested in reformer Pilates (a special kind of Pilates that isolates muscles), you’ll want to get a reformer machine for your home gym. Either way, you’ll want a local assembler to help you set up your home Pilates studio.

How long does it take to see results from Pilates?

It may take between three weeks to two months to start seeing visible results from your Pilates workouts. Of course, this can vary from person to person, and the duration and frequency of your Pilates classes can affect how long you’ll have to wait before you see the difference. But, the movement’s founder said that you might feel a difference in as fast as ten sessions. 

Are 20 minutes of Pilates a day enough?

You may be able to see results from short, 20-minute Pilates workouts done a few times a week. The founder, Joseph Pilates, recommended at least 10 minutes daily. But in general, Pilates classes usually take around 45 minutes to an hour. If you don’t have time for sessions this long, you can use Airtasker to find a suitable class for you. 

How many days a week should you do Pilates?

You can do it as seldom as thrice a week and as often as every day! But the founder, Joseph Pilates, personally recommended doing it thrice a week only. If you find yourself wanting to do more Pilates classes but don’t have someone to watch the kids while you’re busy, you can use Airtasker to find a trusted babysitter in your neighbourhood

What do Pilates classes include?

Pilates classes - or a Pilates instructor’s services - typically include guiding you through a series of movements that will help you achieve the principles of Pilates. These principles are correct alignment, centering, concentration, control, precision, breathing, and flow.

When you book a Pilates session through Airtasker, you can look for Pilates classes near you, a private instructor who can go to your home, or even online classes you can follow from any location! Though your instructor’s specialisations may vary, in general, here are the kinds of Pilates classes you might find in your neighbourhood:

Beginner Pilates classes

When you sign up with a local Pilates coach for beginners, your trainer may introduce basic moves such as glute bridges, side-lying leg abductions, lying windshield wipers, and back extensions. 

At first, you might be surprised by how demanding Pilates is in terms of focus and breathing and how it doesn’t really make you work up a sweat. This reaction is expected - the exercise isn’t for cardiovascular health; instead, it’s for toning your muscles. For better overall health, you will want to schedule some cardio workouts between your Pilates sessions. 

Online Pilates classes 

Online Pilates classes are extra-convenient and ideal for those who can’t leave home to head to a fitness centre. If you’d like to sign up for Pilates online classes, simply specify this in your task post.

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Classical Pilates 

When you book a local Pilates class instructor, you may be faced with several styles. One of these is Classical Pilates, also known as Traditional Pilates, Roman Pilates, and Real Pilates. These lessons focus on the features, specifications, and teachings of founder Joseph Pilates. Here, exercises are done in a particular order and are more prescriptive versus other styles. 

Mat Pilates

Mat Pilates involves a lot of floor exercises and uses little to no equipment. This style of Pilates focuses on core strength. Since Mat Pilates classes are usually taught in large groups, booking through Airtasker offers the significant advantage of getting private instruction from your coach.

Contemporary Pilates

Contemporary Pilates classes combine traditional Pilates with other kinds of exercise like yoga and physiotherapy. Here, you may need more props like foam rollers and resistance bands. It also uses modern research to modify some drills. 

Reformer Pilates

Reformer Pilates, which can be done as a group or by yourself at home, uses a Reformer machine. This machine increases resistance to help stretch your muscles even more. In general, a Reformer lets you do even more exercises that improve your strength, flexibility, and balance; this style of Pilates results in a tighter and leaner figure. 

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