Nadia Katz


I’m a regular person whose life was completely changed by the Pilates method. Throughout my personal Pilates journey I have rehabilitated my own injuries (back, knee and shoulder), eliminated pain and watched my body change dramatically. I have become stronger than I ever imagined possible, such that I even find myself regularly performing athletic and acrobatic feats (and hanging upside down in my spare time)! How could I not share this powerful holistic method with others?

Teaching Pilates is endlessly fun and rewarding. I love seeing my students’ bodies change like mine has, making them feel great and enhancing the activities and sports they love to do. I firmly believe that Pilates is for everyone and I love working with all kinds of people, from athletes to the desk-bound. My teaching style is fun, meticulous and challenging, so you’ll feel the slightest adjustment making the right muscles work harder. I am forever committed (some might say obsessive!) to furthering my education, increasing my knowledge of the body and enhancing my teaching skills. This has lead me to frequently attend workshops and regularly train in USA with master teachers.

Exhale Pilates is a warm and friendly studio with passionate and talented teachers and filled with quality classical apparatus. I’m thrilled to work here!

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Gaby Noble
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Q&A with Nadia

Tell us one non-Pilates fact about you?

I studied French and Japanese language at University.

What is your favourite Pilates apparatus?

Wunda Chair. It may look small and unassuming, but for me packs the biggest punch. Genius in its simplicity, extremely versatile, super challenging, very difficult to cheat! You must learn respect, to work with instead of against (or you may get thrown off!)

Which three words describe your personality?

Passionate, empathetic, nerdy.

Which three words describe your teaching style?

Fun, meticulous, challenging

What is your nickname?

Pilates Sensei

What is your favourite post-Pilates snack?

A stiff drink of green juice!


The mind, when housed within a healthy body, possesses a glorious sense of power.Joseph Pilates