About Us2024-03-14T14:59:53+02:00



“My focus as a Pilates instructor is to listen to my clients and assist them in reaching their goals, whether this be gaining flexibility, strengthening their bodies, injury rehabilitation, increasing body type awareness and improving self-confidence, pre-natal preparation, post-natal rehabilitation, or just simply having having your “me time”. I am here as a “partner” to coach you through your fitness journey.”


For most of my life Pilates has been something I’ve found intriguing. My journey started when I felt I needed an alternative workout routine that made me feel my most confident self. I had spent lots of time and resources on the ‘conventional’ exercise routines, cardio, and weightlifting, and went as far as studying to be a personal trainer. After trial and error and realising that I hadn’t achieved the figure I wanted, I decided to start with Pilates. My path immediately changed when I realised the power behind Pilates and how it changed my perspective of my body and the approach to being healthy.

Now fully functional and changing lives since ’05, training with Pilates Guru will leave you feeling stronger, lengthened, and leaner, as well as, feeling relief of physical tension and mental stress. I want my clients to set a new standard for their body and what it deserves – to treat it with love and care because confidence and beauty starts from within.

Whether you want to feel healthier, stronger, happier, or sexier, Pilates Guru has a class for you!

“The knowledge I’ve gained through my teachings in the studio was something that I was inspired to pass onto others, which is when I decided to become a pilates instructor.”



What kind of figure does Pilates give you?2024-03-14T12:30:22+02:00

Pilates sculpts long, lean, strong muscles.

Balance postures, deep core movements, and small repetitive exercises that test endurance will transform your body and build strength by lengthening, toning, sculpting and strengthening. you will able to see visible muscles along your arms, abs, and legs-long and lean.

Where did Pilates come from?2024-03-14T12:46:06+02:00

Pilates was pioneered by Joseph Pilates in the early 20th century. His background in gymnastics and physical therapy, along with his experiences during WWI where he helped rehabilitate injured patients, all played in a role shaping his unique exercise method.

What to wear?2024-03-14T12:02:21+02:00
Wear comfortable sports clothing, like leggings, shorts, sports bra, T-shirt, grip socks (we stock at the studio), or any socks in Pilates.
How do I pay?2024-03-14T12:06:14+02:00
Direct EFT before your session, or card facilities are offered at the premises.
What is Pilates?2024-02-21T15:59:24+02:00

Pilates is a type of mind-body exercise developed in the early 20th century by German physical trainer Joseph Pilates, after whom it was named. Pilates called his method “Contrology” and has been proven to develop and strengthen the body and its’ muscles. Focusing on engaging the core and muscle to mind connection-it also tones up the legs, arms, and back. It is practiced worldwide, and is a miracle and elegant workout and discipline to get you, your dream body.

Who is Pilates for?2024-03-14T12:10:23+02:00

Pilates is for everyone, we don’t judge ad nor does Pilates. The exercise is designed for people of all ages, heights, shapes and sizes. If you have an injury or training for your next Comrades marathon, Pilates can assist you.

What should I bring to my first class?2024-03-14T12:12:23+02:00

I recommend always having something small to eat, this will stabilise your sugar, please bring water and a towel. All equipment is supplied.

What are the benefits of Pilates?2024-02-21T15:53:46+02:00
  • A stronger, healthier back
  • A more toned, mobile and flexible body
  • A leaner, longer look
  • A flatter stomach
  • A better body shape
  • A better balance between strength and suppleness
  • Better posture
  • A straighter spine
  • A taller gait
  • Easier, fuller movement
  • Better coordination
  • Greater body awareness
  • Injury prevention and rehabilitation
  • Gain without pain
  • Relief from stress
  • General fitness
  • A sense of calm and well-being
Am I too old or young for Pilates?2024-02-21T15:51:17+02:00

Although Pilates is typically practiced by many in their prime of physical well-being, there have been promising studies and results of Pilates benefitting people of all ages. It has been found to strengthen growing bone structures in children and promote healthier joints in the elderly, as well as, just promoting over-all flexibility and betterment in quality of life through strength, muscle tone, and mental/physical stress relief.

When can I expect to see results?2024-03-14T12:24:31+02:00

By the fifth and sixth week of regular pilates practice, individuals may begin to notice increased stamina and endurance.

How do I get ahold of you for more information?2024-03-14T12:26:03+02:00

Contact the studio directly by calling or WhatsApp 073 447 2242 or emailing kylie@pilatesguru.co.za


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