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Bootcamp Pilates Notting Hill seems to be based in an office building, with the windows blacked out with a reflective coating - and this is the mirror ! It's pretty rubbish, really, compared with "proper" pilates studios. It has horrid office carpet, no real change area, no signs to the loos, and just feels unloved. I went as a first timer, and wasn't welcomed or spoken to by anyone before, during or after the class. I could have really hurt myself on the Reformer machine ! Luckily, I knew what I was doing, but someone should have checked first. The exercises are the same as other dynamic pilates classes, the instructor was fine, it was just the facilities I thought were very poor. Of course, Bootcamp is cheaper than comparable exercise classes in this area, ie. Ten Pilates, Heartcore. But I would definitely rather pay more for a superior overall experience. Sorry Bootcamp !