Connect with yourself, challenge your body

Pilates was developed in the early 20th century by Joseph Pilates, after who it was named. Pilates follows six principles: concentration, control, centering, flow, precision and breathing. There is an emphasis on connecting mind, breath and movement. Pilates is low impact and focuses on flexibility, muscular strength and muscular endurance.

A strong physical and emotional core sustain you through the challenges of life. Pilates is perfect on its own or as a compliment to other sports such as running or skiing to improve your strength and performance. Get a full body workout on a Pilates reformer using spring loaded resistance or challenge yourself on the mat using the resistance of your body weight. Classes engage the mind and tone the arms, legs and buttocks while concentrating on strengthening your core

Our reformer classes are limited to 5 participants so you receive personal attention and individual guidance from our instructors.

We offer:

    • Pilates Reformer
    • Pregnancy Pilates Reformer
    • Postnatal Pilates Reformer
    • Mums & Bubs Pilates Reformer
    • Pilates Reformer for Tweens & Teens

*If you’re new to Pilates Reformer, we need you to come to our Reformer Pilates Intro class before booking group classes.

Our classes are spread across a flexible timetable so you can come early morning, after school or day-care drop off or during the day if you working from home, in the evenings or on weekends.

In the wise words of Joseph Pilates – “In 10 sessions you’ll feel the difference, in 20 sessions you’ll see a difference, and in 30 sessions you’ll have a whole new body.”

Classes

Beginner Reformer

Beginner Reformer

Classes are tailored to those who are new to Pilates Reformer and wanting a slower and more comprehensive introduction, those who have taken a break and are in need of a refresher or those wanting to refine their technique.

Not suitable for:

    • pregnant women beyond the first trimester
    • postnatal mums
    • those with osteoporosis and osteopenia

Yoganic Reformer

Get a full body workout on a Pilates reformer using spring loaded resistance. Classes engage the mind and tone the arms, legs and buttocks while concentrating on strengthening your core. Yoganic Reformer has a more challenging pace and repetoire than our beginner classes. This class assumes a greater level of strength, fitness and repetoire knowledge than our beginner classes.

Not suitable for:

    • absolute beginners
    • pregnant women beyond the first trimester
    • postnatal mums
    • those with osteoporosis and osteopenia
Yoganic Reformer

Reformer Pilates Intro

Our introductory session familiarises you with how to use the Reformer Pilates equipment and teaches you the basic exercises and breathing techniques used in group classes. Our intro sessions are free and run once a month. Book now.

Timetable

Intro Offer

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FAQ

Do I need to do the Reformer Intro Session before my first class?

If you are new to Reformer Pilates our Intro Session is required before attending your first group class. In this session we will familiarise you with how to use the Reformer equipment, the breathing and the basic exercises. Classes are held the second and fourth Saturday of the month at 12pm.

If you are pregnant or postnatal you can join Pregnancy Reformer, Postnatal Reformer or Mums & Bubs Reformer classes without an Intro Session. These classes have a slightly slower pace so it’s easier to incorporate newcomers.

If you are unsure which class is right for you, please contact us.

I have osteoporosis or osteopenia, can I come to regular classes?

Please contact us so we can ascertain whether you are suitable for regular classes. If you have osteoporosis or osteopenia you must come to beginner classes.

Do I need to bring anything to class?

For safety and hygiene reasons, grips socks must be worn in all Pilates Reformer and Barre classes. If you do not have a pair, you can purchase a pair at the studio for $20.

We also ask that you don’t wear leggings with zippers as they damage the upholstery on the Pilates Reformers.

 You don’t need to bing a mat to Pilates Reformer classes,.

We suggest you bring a bottle of water.