Pilates is an extremely flexible exercise system, and with a little help from The Biomechanics, you’ll be getting a workout that’s perfect for you and your body. With our small group sizes, you can be given specific and individualised exercises that cater to your ability, and to your goals.
Before attending your first Pilates class, you’ll need to have an initial assessment with one of our allied health practitioners; physiotherapist, osteopath or an exercise physiologist. In this session, we’ll go through your medical and injury history, making us aware of any barriers or issues that you currently have. We’ll also introduce you to our Pilates equipment and program.
From there, there are 2 ways to get your Pilates fix with us.
Clinical Pilates: Want some undivided attention? This session is just for you and one of our practitioners. Your session is completely tailored to you, and makes for a great way to introduce yourself to Pilates to help build your confidence and familiarise yourself with the equipment before jumping into a class.
Small Group Pilates: Whether you’re new to Pilates or a pro, our maximum class size of four people per class ensures you get the attention that you need and that your exercises are at the perfect level for your current ability and goals. It’s also a great way to have some social interaction while you exercise.
Clinical Pilates: $110 per 60-minute session, $88 per 30-minute session
Small Group Pilates: $44 per class, or $99 weekly for unlimited classes
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