Pilates provides a whole-body workout, focusing on balance, strength and mobility. It promotes spinal health, lengthens and strengthens muscle, and enhances functional movement in day-to-day life.
If you’re new to group Reformer Pilates, you should start with at least four Foundation classes. If you want individualised attention, perhaps due to injury, age or confidence, you might choose to do a few Clinical Pilates sessions first.
Get to know the Reformer machine while learning Pilates principles and sequencing. Working at a slower, more controlled pace, with plenty of guidance, these classes are designed to inspire confidence before joining any class. | 45 minutes
Building on from the foundational principles, this class will challenge you with a greater variety of the exercise repertoire. Classes make use of jump boards, hand weights, BOSU balls, fitness circles and body-weight exercises. Options are offered for all abilities and levels of expertise. | 45 minutes
(70 Years Plus)
Pilates is an excellent form of exercise for seniors, as it strengthens muscle and improves balance, coordination and movement. This class challenges both body and mind. You’ll quickly notice beneficial changes and have a laugh along the way. | 45 minutes
Clinical Pilates is a form of Pilates tailored to individual needs. It is ideal for rehabilitation and injury prevention, or for athletes working towards specific goals or events, and is suitable for all ages and abilities. The NDIS supports a Pilates program and can be incorporated into most packages.
Before starting a program, you will complete a comprehensive individual assessment to identify the key issues and assist in the development of a safe and effective plan.
With the correct diagnosis and treatment, over time our clients can enjoy the benefits of:
Improved core stability and postural control
Improved strength and flexibility
Improved body awareness and balance
Reduced presence and/or risk of pain
Reduced risk of injury progressing or re-injury
Following are some conditions we commonly work with:
Back and neck pain
Pre- and post-surgery
Pregnancy and continence conditions
Chronic joint pain, including shoulder, hips and knees
Repetitive strain injuries
Our aim is to ensure you enjoy a better quality of life through improved physical conditioning.
Our yoga classes offer a great way to show yourself some love. Encompassing mindfulness, yoga deeply relaxes the body, stills the mind, improves capacity for healing and balancing, balances the nervous and immune system, and enhances your mood.
Start with focused breathwork before you flow through a series of postures synchronising breath and movement. You’ll build strength, balance, focus and mental clarity, while nurturing your spirit. | 1 hour
Restorative yoga is slow paced and suitable for beginners and seasoned yoga practitioners alike. Think long holds, deep breaths. In restorative yoga we use props such as blocks, bolsters, blankets and straps so you can remain in your pose comfortably. The practice enables total relaxation. | 1 hour