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Midtown Pilates Refomer Class

Midtown Toronto



Reformer and Mat Classes for groups and individuals.

Midtown's Approach

We believe your time to exercise is valuable therefore our Pilates session are designed to reflect it

Effective sequencing that will improve your flexibility, mobility, and range of motion.


Full-body and focused sessions that will strengthen weaker areas.

Structured training plan that will target core strengthening and enhance your stability.


Small groups only! So we can provide you with a personal attention and monitor your progress.

Welcoming and homey environment that allows you to relax your mind and work your body.


Class Schedule

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We offer weekly mat classes that are designed for all levels. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned Pilates student, we've got you covered!

Our mat classes are focused on mobility, strength, and balance. We work all the major muscle groups in the body in a balanced fashion while also having a key focus on the deep core muscles.


Attending our classes regularly improves posture, strength, flexibility, muscle tone, body awareness, balance, injury prevention, and injury recovery.

Virtual Mat Classes​​​​

Our Pilates studio is located at Davisville Village in midtown Toronto. We offer reformer, mat, and jumpboard Pilates classes for small groups and individuals.

We are within walking distance from Yonge & Eglinton, Deer Park, Leaside, and Moore Park neighbourhoods. 


Book one of our virtual mat classes if you can't make it to the studio but still want to reap the incredible benefits of our classes. 


Have questions? Don't hesitate to get in touch! 

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  • Do I need any previous experience before booking my first class at Midtown Pilates?
    Previous experience is NOT required before your first class! Our classes are designed to fit all levels, including beginners and absolute first-timers. If it's your first time with us, please arrive 5-10 minutes before class begins.
  • What should I bring to class?
    Bring a bottle of water and a small towel. We will provide everything else that you need. If this is your first class with us, please arrive 5-10 minutes early.
  • What can I expect during my first class?
    At Midtown Pilates, you can expect your first visit to be a friendly, inviting, and supportive experience. You will be in class with a few other people; some are just starting their journey – like yourself. Your first class will focus on the basic principles of Pilates and will incorporate some of the introductory exercises, understanding proper body positioning, rhythm, and alignment. Our classes are very small, which allows us to give greater attention to each student, including you!
  • Do I need to book a private class before I sign up for the group classes?
    You are not required to complete a private class before joining the group classes; however, if you prefer to book a private class, where you will be working with an instructor one-on-one, we are happy to book your private session! Our reformer group classes are very small – only 3-6 people in each class, which allows us to give extra attention to each student. Whether this is your first class or your 40th class at Midtown Pilates, we will give you the special attention that you deserve!
  • Is Pilates good for you?
    Yes! Pilates is a fun, creative, challenging workout that will have an amazing impact on your body, posture, mood, and body awareness. Pilates will strengthen your core, back muscles, glutes, legs, and arms and will support injury prevention and recovery. Studies have shown that Pilates improves the quality of life by having a positive effect on depression and pain, most notably decreasing back pain. It is commonly recommended by doctors for overall health, injury prevention, and rehabilitation purposes. Learn more about the health benefits of Pilates here.
  • What if I am not on the same level as everyone else in the class?
    When you come to your reformer class, you will have your own reformer machine to work on. The instructor will match the spring-tension on the machine to your individual level. You never need to worry about other people in the class. The instructor is always focused on each student’s individual level and progress and suggests adjustments as needed.
  • Where are you located?
    We are located at 544 Eglinton Ave. E., on the second floor. This location is 5-10 min walking distance from Yonge/Eglinton subway station. If you drive, parking is available on Bruce St., Walder St., Roehampton St., Hoyle St., or Cleveland St.
  • How big are your classes?
    We like to make sure you get the attention you deserve. All classes have a maximum of 6 spots, including online mat and in-person reformer.
  • How much does a Pilates class cost?
    We are proud to be able to offer affordable reformer and mat classes! Our Reformer classes are $35 for a single session. We offer a 10% - 15% discount when you purchase a Class Pass. Our online mat classes are $20 for a single session. You can view our full price list in our pricing section. ** YOU MUST SIGN UP FOR CLASSES IN ADVANCE. NO DROP-INS PLEASE DUE TO LIMITED SPACE**
  • What is the difference between a reformer and a mat?
    Mat Pilates is a type of Pilates performed on the mat, typically using small equipment such as light weights, mini ball, resistance band, magic circle, and more. Reformer Pilates is a type of Pilates that is performed on a specialized piece of equipment called reformer machine. This machine consists of a sliding carriage, adjustable springs for resistance, and a variety of handles and straps. Whether you practice on the mat or the reformer machine, you will get a great workout that will strengthen your body, increase mobility and flexibility, and leave you energized and ready to take on your day. Learn more about the differences here.
  • What is your cancellation policy?
    Classes can be cancelled or rescheduled 24 hours or more before the class starts time. Classes cancelled or rescheduled less than 24 hours from the class start time are considered attended. No refunds. All sales are final. No class transfer between students.
  • What is the ideal number of classes to take per week?
    While Pilates is ideally done 2-3 times per week, many people feel the benefits from just 1 workout a week. We have clients that come 4 days a week and those who come every other week. While we would love to see you every day, we leave the decision in your hands. Only you can decide what feels best for your body and what works best for your time.
  • How quickly will I see results and feel a difference?
    Individual results will vary, but after one session, you will experience a heightened awareness of your body, particularly your posture. With consistent practice, you will gain increased strength in your core, a leaner, more defined body and be well on your way to achieving true mental and physical fitness wellness.
  • Will you be using any equipment?
    We use various props in our mat classes, such as light weights, mini balls, magic circles, and more. In our reformer classes, we use the box, jump board, and other props such as Pilates balls, fit balls, ankle weights, long bands, loop bands, magic circles, and more. Our classes are fun and creative and change daily. We use different props in each class to keep your body and mind engaged all the time. Your body will thank you for joining a class.
  • What is the minimum age to attend your classes?
    The minimum age to attend a class is 16. If you would like to book a class for a younger person, please email Lisa to book your private or semi-private class:
  • Can I come for a class without registering first?
    Due to a limited number of spots, you MUST register for the class that you would like to attend. Walk-ins and drop-ins cannot be accommodated. To register for a class, visit our schedule.
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