Pilates (or the Pilates method) is a series of about 500 exercises inspired by calisthenics, yoga and ballet. Pilates lengthens and stretches all the major muscle groups in the body in a balanced fashion. It improves flexibility, strength, balance and body awareness.  It is a body conditioning routine that will enhance your flexibility and muscle strength. Pilates combines control, concentration, precision and is based on several forms of mind-body exercises such as yoga and martial arts.

Pilates can be an aerobic and non-aerobic form of exercise. It requires concentration and focus, because you move your body through precise ranges of motion

Pilates classes are held  most days of the week. Our Pilates teachers bring many years of expertise in body conditioning and training  and are highly respected within the industry

Jo, has trained many shire residents for many years. She brings with her a wealth of knowledge, plus makes her classes fun and full of variety whilst you get the job done.  Jo is a PT, + Pilates instructor, Wellness coach and also regularly holds O/S retreats.

Alex, has an irrefutable reputation for anatomy structure and muscle conditioning and control. He brings with him an extensive repertoire or core / stabilizing and pelvic floor strengthening exercises that will see you improve your strength and fitness in no time. He is a PT and Body Builder, and is registered as an NDIS providor.  Alex takes our Core Pilates classes on Saturdays.

Annie is both a Yoga and Pilates teacher and takes our popular Yogalates class.  She is Also a registered Yoga Therapist.  Annie has been teaching locally for many years and brings with her many years of expertise

Di, is a casual teacher who mainly instructs Pilates but has also rained in Vinyasa Yoga

With such a diverse array of wonderful and experienced teachers I am sure you will find a Pilates class and teacher to suit your needs

Health funds:Receipts are issued for your fund upon request. Many funds do cover Pilates and Yoga, however, they all require different criteria, and as a member we suggest you ask your fund what they actually require. Some request Doctors certification that you are required to do exercise for your health. As there are many health funds and depending on your level of cover and your membership, rebates are at your funds discretion


  • Tone your abdominals and thighs.
  • Increase your spinal flexibility and mobility.
  • Improve your posture.
  • Enhance muscle strength
  • Improve overall fitness

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