We offer Pilates for Beginner’s. All other classes are Open Level or Intermediate. To maximise the benefits from Pilates it is strongly recommended to attend atleast 2 -3 Beginner’s classes prior to attending the other classes. Speak with your instructor to guage your readiness!

Beginner's Classes

Pilates for Beginner’s

Beginner’s Pilates classes cover the fundamentals of Pilates and teach you to become familiar with the Reformer Pilates machine. Class sizes are small enough for individual attention for each participant. Beginner’s classes still provide a workout so don’t be dismayed as you’ll definitely be working those muscles.

To maximise the benefits of Pilates, it is strongly recommended to attend atleast 3 x Beginner’s classes prior to attending the Open Level or Intermediate Pilates Reformer classes.

What is covered in Pilates for Beginner’s?

– Introduction to the Reformer machine
– Spinal positions
– Finding and activating the ‘core’ & pelvic floor
– Postural positioning of the body
– Breathing appropriate for Pilates
– Ensuring a safe practice

Yoga for Beginner’s
Learning the fundamentals of yoga includes:

– Positioning of the body for various poses
– Breathing technique (diaphragmatic)
– Common transition poses and warm ups
– How to maintain a safe practice

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To book into a Pilates for Beginner’s or Yoga for Beginner’s Class, go to our timetable to book in, then you will be prompted with a box to login or create a log in. From there, (if new to the studio), you’ll need to enter your contact details and your injury history and goals you may have. You can purchase our New Client Introductory Offer, a Single Class Pass or a 5, 10 or 20 Class Pack then book into the required class. For dedicated Yogi’s and Pilates enthusiasts we have 2 membership options.


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