"...pain free and my posture, flexibility and stamina have been restored." - Female, Feeling good.  Read more.

Did you know...

Theoren Fleury achieved his highest fittness scores this summer after 14 fitness tests with the Calgary Flames through out his career.  Pilates three times a week is part of his regime.  Globe and Mail, Sept. 12, 2009

All Pilates is NOT the Same

Pilates has become very popular in recent years and as a result Pilates-inspired exercise is offered at many gyms and fitness studios.  At Taylor Made Pilates we offer authentic Pilates that is true to the original method that has proven over time to deliver excellent results.  Marilyn has undergone over 950 hours of training and extrensive testing at Pilates Seattle International and received her Advanced Level of Certification in New York through Romana's PilatesRead more.

What Can Pilates Do For You?

Through Pilates you can:

  • - Improve moods
  • - Feel good all over
  • - Develop deep core strength
  • - Improve posture
  • - Develop a longer leaner looking body
  • - Increase flexibility
  • - Improve balance
  • - Develop control
  • - Full body strengthening
  • - Improve coordination

Pilates Method


Pilates is a method of body conditioning utilizing equipment and mat exercises. The Pilates Method is comprised of precise, controlled movements to lengthen and strengthen muscles of the entire body, focusing on the muscles of the back, buttocks, and abdomen (the Pilates "Powerhouse"). Every movement in Pilates requires awareness, control and concentration - some muscles are activated, some are consciously relaxed. Exercises are done with few repetitions, but with great deliberation.

Joseph Pilates created a rich and varied selection of motions, allowing for layers (and years) of ongoing discovery and learning. Grouping exercises for optimal effect and balancing each segment of activity ensures full body well-being, control, flexibility, balance, alignment, strength, and grace. Done properly a Pilates workout should leave the client feeling refreshed, energized and ready for his or her next workout. Learn more.