Mondays @ 8:00am
Wednesdays @ 8:00am
Saturdays @ 8:30am
Pilates is a whole body conditioning system; we work from top to toe – or, more accurately – from the centre out, moving through a series of stretching + strengthening exercises designed to build strong + supple bodies.
We start with foundational movements + build on layers of challenge, allowing each student to work at his/her own level. We take time to connect mind-body-breath + invite students to feel + explore the subtleties of each exercise.
Sometimes it’s just us + our mat. At other times we use small apparatus (resistance bands, discs, foam rollers, inflatable balls, light weights, Pilates rings, etc.) either to assist or challenge our bodies in different planes of movement.
Classes are engaging + immersive; from the lighting, sounds + scents in the room, to the exercises themselves, everything is carefully considered to enhance students’ movement experience.
Students will leave feeling strong, centred + ready to move through their day with poise, ease + confidence!
Wednesdays @ 6.30pm
Slow down, tune in & give your mind & body some much-needed maintenance. We begin with breathwork to unwind from the day & refocus on the present. Gentle stretches & flow sequences follow. It’s Pilates, but stripped but, with a deliberate pace & emphasis on exploring each movement; we take time to notice where & what we are feeling, & then work to open, soften, release. Class concludes with stillness & relaxation, preparing us for a restful night’s slumber.
Our group sessions are open level. Students of all abilities + experience, from all walks of life, are welcome. Those with acute injuries or chronic conditions or who are pregnant (second trimester onwards)/post-natal are best suited to classes under clinical supervision.
The latest lulus or lornas definitely NOT required – just wear comfy clothes that you feel good moving in.
As class sizes are kept small – maximum 8 students – bookings are essential. Casual classes $20. Multi-class pass options available.
To learn more about Julia & her approach to Pilates, head HERE