Pilates Practitioners

Sally Martin

Sally Martin is a certified Stott Pilates Mat Based Instructor, having completed her initial training back in 2007.
Sally is keen to help you bridge the gap between using Pilates for rehabilitation and incorporating the skills into your everyday life.
Stott Pilates is often referred to as the 'ivy league' School of Pilates and prides itself on only graduating the best instructors.

Sallys background comes from Sports Massage, having worked in the field with a vast client base for 10 years, she also works as a Personal Trainer, therefore mixing principles and techniques of all three disciplines for her clients, for complete body management.

Clients will always feel welcomed and comfortable, in the sessions, and every effort will be made to keep the exercises varied and challenging.

More recently Sally has completed an advanced assessment course of the Pelvis and Spine, under the guidance of John Gibbons BSc (OST) at the University of Oxford Sports Complex. This has enabled her to have a more in depth understanding of the areas and identify specific dysfunction within the musculo-skeletal framework.

Sally understands the pressures and time constraints everyday life can bring. Let Sally help you fit your program around your life, so nothing becomes a chore and everything gets results.


Amy Cooke

Amy is a fully comprehensive matwork and equipment trained Pilates teacher. She trained in both her matwork and equipment qualifications at the Scott studio with Master practitioner Suzanne Scott.

Amy is a fully qualified massage therapist and in addition to her Pilates training spent a year at Oxford Brookes University studying Anatomy and physiology. She continues to develop her knowledge with regular specialist courses.

Amy currently teaches Bristol Universities High Performance Squad. The HP squad are athletes from a variety of sporting disciplines, competing at National or International level. Amy has also worked with Professional footballers and with Bristol Universities Snow and Ski team. In addition to this she teaches Intermediate and Advanced level studio, matwork and one to one sessions with marathon runners, cyclists, and triathletes.

Although Amy has worked extensively with the sporting population she is also passionate about promoting Pilates in the community. Amy firmly believes Pilates should be available to everyone. To help reduce discomfort and rediscover healthy movement patterns. Amy teaches classes for people who are suffering from injury or back pain or simply wanting to feel well in their bodies. Amy is happy to work with pre and post natal clients.