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After reading an article about Pilates in 1983, I began to learn the system with former dancer, Dreas Reyneke. Upon the successful completion of my Pilates teacher training in 1985, I was invited to work at London’s most prominent Pilates studio.

Soon after, I was given the job managing the studio. I happily accepted and worked hard for six years to add value to this already successful studio, but it had always been my intention to have my own studio. In 1991 this came to fruition when I set up my studio in South Kensington.

I have worked with a dedicated team of talented teachers to develop TrevorBlountPilates. Together we have built a reputation for excellent work.

My special interests are in rehabilitation of injuries, before and after surgery. Management of osteoarthritic conditions and management of pain and dysfunction brought about by asymmetry.

It takes a lifetime to turn the skill of teaching Pilates into an art.

As a child I danced ballet, then as a young adult I practised Yoga and Qigong. I have been teaching Yoga for more than ten years. I am also an artist. After pregnancy Pilates helped me physically and mentally, which led me to teacher training with Trevor Blount. It’s an amazing experience to work with someone who not only has so much understanding of the body, but also of how our bodies affect our emotions.

The team spirit at the studio makes it possible to continue to develop my passion and enthusiasm for Pilates, and to share that with clients to show the positive effects and benefits that Trevor’s style of Pilates can provide for everyone.

I became a client at Trevor Blount Pilates in 2006. I attended sessions at least twice a week; Trevor and his team helped me through various sports injuries and three pregnancies.

In 2019, I decided to train with Trevor and to learn from his expertise; he then invited me to be a member of his excellent team.

It is so rewarding to help clients to improve their general strength and flexibility, but also to help them with more specific issues, such as recovering from injury and pre- and post-surgery.

I discovered Pilates while I was working as an Interior designer. After years of taking Pilates sessions as a client, I decided to train to become a teacher.

After qualifying I met Trevor and really connected with his approach and his understanding of my body. Working with him on my pre- and post-hip replacement surgery gave me personal experience of how transformative working with him and his team can truly be. It taught me that, given the right approach and the appropriate exercises, the body cannot go where the mind has not been.

The atmosphere at Trevor Blount Pilates is one of team spirit where I feel at home, just as you will.

I came to London as a ballet dancer to study Benesh Movement Notation, which helped me to pursue a successful career as a rehearsal director and Movement Notator with the Royal Ballet. That was when I discovered Pilates.

Completing my Pilates training, with in 2006 was a turning point in my professional life. I discovered a new passion – helping people through the practise of Pilates.

With a genuine love for teaching, I find joy in making a positive impact on my clients’ health and wellbeing, celebrating their progress and the transformative effects of our style of Pilates in their daily lives.

From an early age I had a passion for sports. I discovered Pilates when my wife introduced me to it in 2015 and fell in love with it straight after my first class. I was working in the catering Industry but decided to follow my new passion and qualified in 2019 after two-and-a-half years training with Trevor Blount. During that time, I learned about body mechanics, quality of movement, how to breathe correctly, and how to focus on core postural muscle to stabilise the body.

My enthusiasm and attention to detail is very well received. I believe that more emphasis is needed on the elongation of the spine to keep the body healthy: what gives me the most satisfaction is to see clients becomes aligned and pain free after a session.


A background in sport, a passion for dancing and an interest in fitness, led me to try out many different exercise techniques before discovering Pilates in 1990. I completed my training with Trevor in 1997 and have been teaching at the studio ever since.

I enjoy working with clients who have postural problems, or who are recovering from surgery and injury, as well as with fit and healthy people of all ages. It is extremely satisfying to watch them develop and to see clients who had injuries restored to health. Pilates clearly makes an enormous difference to their lives.

I discovered Pilates in 1998 after experiencing back pain – I realised that movement was the key to good health, energy and self-satisfaction, and was struck by the fact that every generation was represented in the studio.

After a successful career in luxury designer goods, as a professional sales and customer service specialist in Amsterdam and London, I decided to embark on PILATESfoundation training with Anoushka Boone. I qualified in 2012.

My training and my years of experience in my own practice, enable me to support my clients in rehabilitation and good health, improving their movement, strength and flexibility. I teach with enthusiasm, humour and compassionate. Excellence is always my goal.

I have been practising Pilates for more than 20 years. Dance had previously taken up much of my spare time, but a minor injury led me to a McTimoney Chiropractor who recommended that I take up Pilates if I wanted to continue to enjoy dance classes. The joy of the huge improvement Pilates made in my movement led me to study with Trevor Blount. I completed my teacher training in 2006, with Trevor through the PILATESfoundation, which he founded in 2006.

I like to share the joy of movement with everyone I teach and I like my students to leave my classes feeling taller, more energised, with a lightness of step and a sense of achievement.