Similar to Yoga, Pilates has more of an emphasis on your Body's core, the lower back, obliques, abdomen, inner and outer thighs, bum, etc.
Because of this Pilates develops stength, flexibility, muscular endurance, balance, co-ordination, and good posture. Another positive is that regularly taking Pilates workouts gives you a much lower chance of injury than other forms of exercise.
Pilates has a large variety of movements and progressions, meaning you will have plenty of options to keep you motivated.
One of the most important aspects of Pilates is that the movements require you to engage pretty much your entire body. So, for example, you may try to strengthen one muscle while also stretching another. The moves take a lot of concentration (often resulting in improved focus) and has several variations of a move to help increase your physical fitness even further.
Pilates can truely become an essential part of your like - increasing fitness and your general health. All you need it 30 minutes 3-4 times per week.