Regain Control. Join our Clinical Exercise & Pilates Movement.

The difference between regular Pilates and Clinical Exercise is that one is a just a work out while the other works for you! Unlike generic exercise & Pilates classes at the gym, our intimate, hour-long classes draw on a deep knowledge of holistic physiotherapy and core conditioning. This is integrated with an understanding of your individual injuries, pathologies, personal physicality and current health objectives to improve your overall strength, flexibility and balance.

 
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Mat Class

Mondays 5pm

New to exercise or Pilates or out of practice? These welcoming classes are made for you. Working on mats, we focus on the fundamentals of strengthening your core, correct breathing and controlling movement.

Strength & Conditioning

Thursdays 10am, 3pm
Fridays 10am

Whether you are living with injury, experience poor balance or are simply new to exercise, these therapeutic classes - practiced in a circuit format - are here to change your life.

Living Longer Living Stronger

Tuesdays 10am, 11am
Wednesdays 11am

Fridays 1pm, 2pm

Proven to slow the effects of aging, resistance training builds strength and stamina. These classes are essential for maintaining an active lifestyle while they improve your posture, balance and flexibility.

 
 

Studio Class

Mondays 12pm, 4pm, 7pm
Tuesdays 8am, 9am, 7pm
Wednesdays 7am, 8am, 4pm, 5pm
Thursdays 12pm
Friday 9am


Guided by specialised Sports Physiotherapists, our Studio Classes are safe, precise sessions that are ideal for effective management of present or past injuries (following an initial assessment).

Reformer Class

Mondays 7am, 8am, 1pm, 6pm
Tuesdays 6pm

Wednesday 10am
Thursdays 5pm, 6pm
Fridays 7am, 8am, 11am, 12pm
Saturdays 7am, 8am, 9am


Utilising classic reformer beds to promote dynamic movement, these classes will suit you if you are already familiar with exercise or Pilates and want to take your training to the next level.

 
 
 
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