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I had private Pilates sessions with Kyla using the reformer, cadillac, barrel and chair for over two years.  She brings an extensive knowledge of anatomy and attention to detail to her teaching as well as enthusiasm and a friendly encouraging attitude.  With Kyla's help, I was able to resolve long-standing postural issues which had caused intermittent pain over the years and come to a new level of fitness and awareness of my body.  I recommend Kyla highly as a Pilates trainer.  

- Monica Leask

News & Events

Well we did it!  The studio and clients have certainly learned how to Pivot these days and without a Basketball (yes, I use to play basketball and yes it is a dad joke)!  So proud of how dedicated clients have been with their health & wellness during unprecedented times. Nice work everyone.

Privates & Semi-Privates have been in the studio for the last couple of weeks.  And today we had our first Group class!  We are taking things slow, honouring clients where they are at and following protocols to keep everyone safe in the studio.  We will continue with Virtual classes as needed.  I think we have found some happy folks working out in their pyjamas! 

Onto more news:

Physiotherapy & Clinical Pilates is starting back up June 22nd.  Contact Jessica at for more details.

NEW 8am & lunchtime classes  starting in July....TBA

Besides Pilates, we have been jumping in the lake during the pandemic.  What have you been up to? Sarah Penton from CBC Radio asked to chat with us!


RADIO:  Fast forward to 30:47 for the start of the interview.…/15776430-a-group-of-women-braves-okana….

(Photo credits Alexis MacMillan)

Training Tips

Training Tip #1

The body ALWAYS adapts to EACTLY what it does. Take home message, if you want results, you must train and move with precision. Throughout all your daily activities, not just exercise! How are you sitting right now at your computer?

Featured Exercise

Thoracic Rotation: “the Twist”

I love this particular twist when I am spending my day typing and writing. It helps wring out tension in the back, neck, and shoulders. 

It takes less than 2 minutes. 

Here's how:

  1. Sit tall, feet firmly planted, sitting bones equally positioned on the chair.
  2. Place your right hand on your left knee and your left hand behind you on your chair seat.
  3. Inhale, and as you exhale, twist to your left. Be easy – don't go to your maximum.
  4. Take two more breaths and then switch direction.
  5. Be sure you can breathe easy and your jaw is relaxed.