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12 Best Pilates Studios In Singapore To Tone & Sculpt Your Way Into Those 11-Line Abs

Pilates studios in Singapore


You’ve seen it on TikTok and Instagram; even K-pop idols say that this is the workout to get on. That’s right, we’re talking about pilates. This low-intensity training is every gal’s new best friend to getting that spicy beach bod. From “hot” pilates classes to affordable packages, we’ve rounded up several pilates studios in Singapore to check out.

Time to breathe in, breathe out, and scroll on.


1. Off Duty Pilates – 5-min walk from Orchard MRT



The Tanjong Pagar location is a 4-minute walk from Tanjong Pagar MRT. 

If convenience is your top priority, then Off Duty Pilates might just be the one for you. Besides having 2 studios located at Palais Renaissance and Tanjong Pagar to choose from, the studio also has their own mobile app to manage your account and book classes from.  

Choose from different workout classes such as Posture and Stretch that will work on your agility, or Sculpt that’ll give you that Kim K booty. Group classes go from $40/session, and they also have their trial package at $190/5 sessions. Plus, unnies and oppas can go for their Korean-speaking classes too.

Off Duty Pilates (Tanjong Pagar)
Google Reviews
4.4
(33)
Address
5A, 6A, Craig Rd, Level 2, Singapore 089666
Opening Hours:
Saturday 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM Show More Timings

Other outlet available at Palais Renaissance.


2. Absolute You – Offers spin classes also



Image credit: Absolute Boutique Fitness Singapore

Absolute You Pilates might be a familiar name to many. That’s because they have 6 locations around Singapore, and they even offer spin classes too. You can get their trial package for $59/3 classes at any of their studios. We’ll do the maths for you – that’s $19.66 per class only. 

Absolute Boutique Fitness Studio @ The Centrepoint
Google Reviews
4.2
(342)
Address
176 Orchard Rd, #04-101 The Centrepoint, Singapore 238843
Opening Hours:
Saturday 08:30 AM - 04:30 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information

List of Absolute Boutique Fitness locations.


3. idō Studio – Specialises in training joint mobility



The Gyrotonic Pulley Tower.
Image credit: idō Studio SG

Gyrotonic and Gyrokinesis – 2 words that probably sound foreign to most of us. TL;DR, these are methods used to help injured individuals to promote an increased range of motion and stronger joint stability. And even if you’re whole and intact – congrats – you can still try pilates that combines these methods at idō Studio.

Group classes start from $40/session, and 1-to-1 classes go at $145/session.

idō Studio SG
Google Reviews
5
(41)
Address
51 Cuppage Rd, #05-08, Singapore 229469
Opening Hours:
Saturday 08:00 AM - 08:00 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information

4. Pilates Plus – From $25/class for newcomers



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Pilates Plus

Is pilates synonymous with … pricey? Not at Pilates Plus. If you’re a first timer here, they offer a trial package of $75 for 3 group classes. 

They used to have a studio at SAFRA Club Mount Faber, but it ceased operations in March 2023. Busybees will be glad to know that the Tanjong Pagar International Plaza outlet is still up and running, and classes continue to run from 7am-8pm so you can squeeze in a workout before or after work.

Pilates Plus
Google Reviews
4.4
(16)
Address
10 Anson Rd, #17-13 International Plaza, Singapore 079903
Opening Hours:
Saturday Closed Show More Timings
Contact Information

5. The Moving Body – Has physiotherapy sessions



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The Moving Body Group

It’s all about the ebb and flow of the body at The Moving Body. Besides their pilates classes, the studio also has gyrotonic starter classes and physiotherapy sessions that are open to children too. And with 3 studios accessibly located around Singapore, there’s really no reason to skip a session here. 

The Moving Body East Coast
Google Reviews
4.8
(16)
Address
217 E Coast Rd, #05-02 Tides Building, Singapore 428915
Opening Hours:
Saturday 09:00 AM - 02:00 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information

List of The Moving Body locations


6.  PilatesWorks – Has classes for seniors



Image credit:
PilatesWorks

By now, you’ll probably already know there are various pilates equipment available – such as the reformer, chair, and floor mat. Get the best of all the worlds at PilatesWorks as you try out the different apparatus for the same cost. 

There’s no age limit to try pilates too as the studio offers group classes that are senior-friendly. And the cherry on top – trial lessons are affordable at just $28/session. 

The Pilates Works – Holland
Google Reviews
5
(11)
Address
36 Holland Dr, #02-01 Buona Vista Community Club, Singapore 270036
Opening Hours:
Saturday 08:30 AM - 06:00 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information

7 . The VIVA Group – Luxurious studio with in-house beauty salon



Image credit: @thevivagroupsg via Instagram

Set aside a day of pampering and visit The VIVA Group at Sentosa. Located in Quayside Isle, this studio has views that overlook the stunning waters of Sentosa Cove. There are various pilates classes to choose from – go for the cardio session to train your stamina, or the toning class to sculpt some muscles. There are full-body workouts that incorporate hand weights too. 

Mummies, there are pre-and-post natal classes as well. Once you’re done with your workout, swing by the in-house salon. They offer services including manicures (from $20), hair wash and blow dry (from $20) if you’re planning to go out after, and even eyelash lift and tint (from $39). Slay.

Address: 31 Ocean Way, Quayside Isle, #01 -22/23, Singapore 098375
Opening hours:
6am-10pm, Daily
Contact:
9785 7753 | The VIVA Group website


8. BE Studios – All-access unlimited monthly packages



Image credit:
@be__studios via Instagram

Followers of local fitness influencer @itzeugena will know that she reopened her pilates studio, BE Studios, at a new location last July. They currently offer group classes for mat work, where prices start from $310/10 classes. And while most studios have a 3-month expiration date for class packages, BE Studios’ packages expire in 6 months. 

Alternatively, you can also try out a single group class at $42/session, or go for private classes from $140/session. Pilates fanatics can also purchase their unlimited monthly package at $225/month where you can get access to all sessions – including the reformer classes. You can conveniently manage your account and book classes through their mobile app too. 

BE. Studios
Google Reviews
4.7
(50)
Address
21 Kreta Ayer Rd, #02-01, Singapore 088991
Opening Hours:
Saturday 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information

9. Jal Yoga – Try “hot” pilates



Image credit:
Jal Yoga

“Hot” pilates might just be the new hot thang. For the uninitiated, imagine you’re doing pilates in a sauna – but Jal Yoga uses infrared panels instead so the room is less stuffy. Benefits are aplenty for this form of pilates, including improved circulation, detoxification of the body, and pain-relieving effects. 

This concept is still pretty rare in Singapore, so it’s worth a try to see if you’re up for this interesting workout class. And with 5 studios located at Alexandra, Upper Bukit Timah, Upper Thomson Road, Katong, and Woodlands, you’ll be able to easily find a class to join.

Jal Yoga (Upper Thomson)
Admission Fee
From $18/class
Google Reviews
4.9
(268)
Address
213 Upper Thomson Rd, #01-01, Singapore 574348
Opening Hours:
Saturday 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information

List of Jal Yoga locations


10. BodyLove Pilates – Interval training to sculpt arms, abs & butt



Image credit:
@bolopilates via Instagram

Admittedly, certain parts of our body need more work than others. BodyLove Pilates has spiced up their classes and structured them to specifically target various muscle groups, so you can focus on your desired body part. For example, you can go for the Arms, Abs, Bum class or opt for the Jump Sculpt Burn one that strengthens your arms and legs. 

Group classes start at $45/class, and private sessions go from $130/class.

BodyLove Pilates
Google Reviews
5
(23)
Address
93 Soo Chow Walk, #02-01, Singapore 575386
Opening Hours:
Saturday 09:30 AM - 05:00 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information

11. Pilates Flow – Traditional pilates with slower pace for beginners



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Pilates Flow

We’re talking about the basics here at Pilates Flow. No additional jumps, kicks, or equipment – the classes here stick to the traditional pilates work which is great for those looking to try out a new form of workout. 

The studio only holds private and duo equipment classes, and this is to ensure that every participant is given proper guidance to mitigate injuries. Even their group mat work classes are small, kept to a maximum of 6 per class.

Pilates Flow @2nd
Google Reviews
5
(33)
Address
733 Bukit Timah Rd, #02-06, Singapore 269748
Opening Hours:
Saturday 08:00 AM - 06:00 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information

12. Line Pilates – Shareable packages for private classes



Image credit:
Line Pilates

Having a 1-to-1 session with your trainer can get pricey, since you’re essentially paying for undivided attention and guidance from them. Line Pilates offers a sharing plan for private classes (from $105/session for 60 sessions), and you can split the sessions with your pal. 

But if you’re good with going for group classes, the place also has group sessions from $35/class – pretty affordable given its central location at Raffles Place. And for our Korean-speakers, Line Pilates has sessions that are conducted solely in Korean. Daebak!

Line Pilates
Google Reviews
4.9
(312)
Address
442 Orchard Rd #03-03 Claymore Connect, Singapore 238879
Opening Hours:
Saturday 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information

Check out these pilates studios in Singapore


The secret’s out – pilates is the number 1 way to toned abs and a bubble butt. Hop on the pilates bandwagon and sign up for a class at these pilates studios in Singapore. Depending on your budget or workout preference, you’ll definitely be able to find one that suits you best. Xoxo, pilates girl

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Cover image adapted from: Pilates Plus, Pilates Flow, PilatesWorks
Originally published on 7th March 2023. Last updated on 19th December 2023.

Joycelyn Yeow

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