Pilates is for everybody.

The benefits of Pilates are extensive. Used widely in Australia and New Zealand since the mid ’80s for injury rehab, Pilates has become increasingly popular in the last 20 years for North America’s fitness and rehab industries. Here at City Sports + Physio, we offer both fitness-based Pilates taught by a Pilates instructor, as well as Physio + Pilates where your Pilates is taught by a physiotherapist and incorporated into your physio session.

Benefits of Pilates:

  • Injury recovery and rehab
  • Improved body awareness, postural control and strength
  • Improvement of sports performance for any athlete
  • Recovery from low back pain and other joint or muscular problems
  • Pre- and post-pregnancy fitness
  • And more!

Check out our introductory video about Pilates.

Pilates downtown Vancouver


Our Pilates is taught by Sasha Lewis, a certified Pilates Instructor, on our in-house Pilates equipment.

Traditional Pilates
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Taught by our Pilates instructor, Sasha. These one-on-one sessions will teach you to incorporate Pilates into part of your everyday health and wellness routine.  These sessions are ideal for anyone who wishes to improve their fitness, strength, mobility, and flexibility. You’ll walk away from your sessions feeling stronger and longer!

Pilates Instructor:

  • Sasha Lewis


Pilates 5 pack: $525 + GST

Pilates single session: $110 + GST

Package of 10 sessions: $1000 + GST

Pilates Fees

Service Type

Time Required


Pilates (with Sasha) – 5 session package

55 min

$525 + GST

Pilates – Single Session

55 min

$110 + GST

Pilates – 10 session package

55 min

$1000 + GST

Pilates FAQs

Questions about Pilates? Read below!

What is the difference between Physio + Pilates and Traditional Pilates?

Physio + Pilates is taught by a physiotherapist trained in Pilates. This can be billed to your extended health under physiotherapy as it is an adjunct to your usual physiotherapy session, not a stand alone. It is typically designed to compliment your rehab for your current injury with a focus on the movement dysfunctions that have developed as a result of your injury.

Traditional Pilates is taught by a Pilates Instructor. It is typically for people who are uninjured or nearing the end of their injury rehab and ready to work on their overall strength, mobility and fitness.

How should I dress for a pilates session?

It is important to be able to move freely while doing pilates but also important for the instructor to see you moving. Athletic tights, shorts, tank tops, and/or t-shirts are appropriate.

Is Pilates for everyone?

In short answer: Yes!

Have a read of this article from the NY Times!