Frequently Asked Questions


Focused on the strength of core and trunk muscles, pilates is an arrangement of exercises that boosts the abdomen and back muscles to support spine and movement.


Meanwhile, yoga is more than just stretching; it is a discipline that emphasizes flow and flexibility. This exercise takes on stability and equilibrium in the body by strengthening and flexing the muscles. Through various poses or postures, different physical well-being attributes are addressed.

You don’t have to be flexible to do yoga, but if you are new to this practice, then it is best to take our basics classes first.

You can contact ‎0917-656-2363 or at 0919-436-3582. You can also email us at or go to and click book now

We don’t have free trials, but we have free group classes every saturday. Call or message us for inquiries regarding our private sessions

Begin with your introductory sessions in Pilates training. Depending on your physical goal, your pilates training is specifically developed to cater to your needs. To start your pilates training, click Book Now or call our studio at 0919436358.

No. We encourage you to send us a message for queries.

It’s best to ask your doctor for clearance before the first sessions. Nonetheless pilates is also being utilized in a rehabilitative setting.

Yes. Our multi-specialty facility covers prenatal yoga and postnatal yoga.

All you need is to attend our classes on your workout clothes and you can use our shower and lockers if you need them.

Twice a week is a good number for your Pilates training.

Depending on the class you will avail of, best to prepare resistance socks or yoga shoes.

Our studio is located at 222 Sen. Gil J. Puyat Ave, Makati, 1230 Metro Manila, Philippines. We have a parking lot at the back of the building facing Urban Ave.

Interested in Yoga and Pilates?