Established 1987 - PILATES by CHRIS HOCKING

Established 1987 - PILATES by CHRIS HOCKING

Carefully structured graded Matwork classes from Beginners to Advanced for well-being, strength, flexibility, agility, a healthy spine, better posture and more energy.

Affordable group tuition and progression through well structured levels, evenings and Saturdays in Central London NW1 with one of the UK's first and finest Pilates teachers. PBA, an enduring ever-evolving school of Pilates Matwork established in 1987 by Chris Hocking, offers a high quality service, safe, thorough, effective tuition and good value for money. £17.50 for the 2 class Taster Deal and £120 for an Inaugural Course (Basics) of 10 weeks. 

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Taster Deal - 2 Classes £17.50

PBA Class Announcements

PBA Noticeboard. Special Classes & Reminders

Pilates Day Sat 28 Sept, Diorama Arts Centre, 10am-2pm

Held the Saturday before the new term starts. Enjoy a long and thorough workout with plenty of time to cover the more complex material. Well priced and very popular, held at Diorama Arts Centre NW1, £50.00. 

Please book in class ASAP. (Cash in sealed envelope labelled with name, class and cash sum provided) 

Optional arrangement of lunch at local restaurant afterwards. 

New Venue

All classes are moving to a smart new venue,  The Engine Room for term starting 30 September. This means adjustments to Timetable specifically:

  • Mondays Level 4  6.30-8pm
  • Tuesdays Level 4 7-8pm 

Please note, personal property, mats and bricks must be removed from the old venue by 4pm on Saturday 21 Sept 2019, last class of term.

See Timetable for new arrangements, and see Venues page for location

Weekend Intensive

We are fast coming up to  our NO 3 Weekend Intensive classes: 26 & 27 Oct  themed Pre Winter: Energizing Posture: Length and Strength. Saturday class held at the Engine Room studio, and Sunday at Diorama Arts.  

Book in class with envelope with cash, £17.50 Saturday component, £50 Sunday, or £67.50 for both days

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Chris Hocking, Director of PBA