Terrace Pilates
Terrace Pilates


Terrace Pilates

496 16th Street,
Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn
646-263-7118/This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Personal Fitness For Modern Times.
Studio Director, Nathaniel Lee, offers personal pilates sessions for all levels of ability and fitness focusing on traditional and therapeutic repertory.

Terrace Pilates follows all appropriate COVID safety protocols, including equipment sanitizing and enhanced air circulation. Socially-distant in person sessions, and remote on-line sessions are available. Masks and other PPE available for onsite visits.



Your discount: 20% off

$60 Introductory Session (more than 20% percent off!)

Reviews (3)

  • Private in-studio Pilates

    Specifically for pilates, I recommend Nathaniel Lee pilates. I used to take his classes when he taught at Mark Morris Dance center. He also did private sessions. Working with Nathan is an absolute joy. He opened a studio recently so I recommend as you can work with him in either group classes or private. I found him to be exceptional at both. Working with dancers, he did a lot of work with different types of bodily limits and injuries which is what I loved (I was coming off of a pretty serious back injury and always felt amazing after classes with Nathan).
  • Shout Out to Terrace Pilates

    I second the recommendation. It’s a great space, Nathanial is a patient yet challenging teacher. And my back doesn’t hurt anymore!
  • Shout Out to Terrace Pilates

    I just wanted to give a shout out to my Pilates instructor, Nathaniel Lee, who I've been working with for over 2 years. Nathaniel is a longtime Park Slope resident. He used to teach at the Wellness Center at Mark Morris Dance Center (he was a dancer with Mark Morris Dance Company!) but because of the pandemic, he decided to open his own studio in Windsor Terrance at 496 16th Street (corner of 10th Ave). Nathaniel does private instruction, and his studio has a private entrance from the street so exposure to others is minimized--very helpful in these times. He also sees students virtually as needed. More than that, Nathaniel is a fantastic instructor. He's been teaching Pilates for a long time at various locations in the city, and has a deep knowledge of a variety of therapeutic approaches. One of my favorite things about him is that at the beginning of every session, he asks me how I'm doing. Then, he tailors our 50-minute session to any aches or pains I have or to target any areas (abs, legs, upper body) I want to focus on. In addition, he's a fun, nurturing person to be around, which is helpful when you're huffing and puffing through an exercise. If you want to reach him, his new website is at