Pilates at yours?

Feel stronger, fitter and more toned from home.

Pilates for every body


We are all different shapes and sizes. Our bodies reflect who we are and the journey we are on.

At Spring Coaching we provide a safe haven for everybody, regardless of shape, size, age and experience to learn pilates.

Learn from the comfort and safety of your own home with our online group classes held on Monday and Wednesday evenings. Book either as a single class or a block of six. Never worry about overcrowding or finding a car park again.

Private one-to-one classes are available online, or at the Spring Coaching studio in Lower Hutt by arrangement.

All classes follow the classical mat sequence, with options and modifications to suit all levels.

Pilates offers the total package

Book your class

Single group class

Enjoy the flexibility of booking classes as you go. Classes can be booked and rescheduled up to one hour before the class begins.

6-week group classes

Build a healthy habit and save by signing up for six weeks. Throughout the year we’re offering a special rate for students who commit to a regular pilates practice by signing up for six classes to be taken over six consecutive weeks.

Private class

Book a 1:1 class for extra support and guidance. These are perfect if you’re new to pilates or are recovering from an injury. Private classes can be taught online or in the Spring Coaching studio in Lower Hutt.

Your teacher


Like many students, Josie’s journey into pilates was at the recommendation of a physiotherapist after the diagnosis of a hip injury aggravated by muscular imbalances, weakness, and tightness.

Josie had the option of managing the injury with rehabilitation and ongoing strength training involving pilates, or to have surgery to repair the injury. Josie chose the training path to address any underlying issues that may have led to the injury in the first place. Josie returned to long-distance running without requiring surgery.

To this day pilates is key in Josie training programme. She credits pilates for enabling her to continue to run, and for reducing pain and injury. Josie now shares the benefits of pilates with her students.

What is pilates?


Pilates concentrates on posture, balance and flexibility and focuses on the mind-body connection. While doing the various exercises your mind needs to be constantly aware of your breathing and the way your body moves.

The benefits of pilates include improved strength, flexibility, posture, balance and energy. It is also helps to reduce stress and provides an overall sense of wellbeing.

The founder of Pilates, Joseph Pilates believed that physical and mental health were closely related. He outlined six major principles in his method:

  • breath
  • centering
  • concentration
  • flow
  • control
  • precision.

These six principles are designed to achieve fast results through the best form possible. The principles are not limited only to pilates, they provide a strong foundation to build on for any physical discipline whether it be running, weight lifting, yoga, golf or life.