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Introductory Offer - Restart Your Wellness

Try any of our Pilates or Yoga classes - we'll be sure you love them!

$39 $29 for 3 Reformer classes & 2 weeks unlimited Yoga + Mat Pilates

14 day expiry starting from the first class, offer available once per person.

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Offer ends 07/07/2020. T&Cs here.

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Our Offerings

Your choice of reformer pilates, yoga, and gym facilities.

Pilates

Immerse yourself in our reformer pilates studio

We offer Open, Active and Max Reformer Pilates classes to give you a full body workout on the low-impact reformers.
Take control of your fitness with packs, contracts and memberships to be in top physical health.

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Yoga

Practice from our studio facing the Melbourne cityscape

We offer Beginner, Slow Flow, Vinyasa Flow and Yin Yoga classes to cater for students of all levels and experience.
Lock in your favourite classes with packs, contracts and memberships to fit in with your lifestyle.

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Gym

State of the art equipment just for your rehab and wellness

Take control of your own rehabilitation in the gym. This is available only by referral from one of our Physiotherapists or Exercise Physiologists.
Access the gym facilities with a Gym Membership. Due to limited space, bookings are essential.

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Introductory Offer - Restart Your Wellness

Try any of our Pilates or Yoga classes - we'll be sure you love them!

$39 $29 for 3 Reformer classes & 2 weeks unlimited Yoga + Mat Pilates

14 day expiry starting from the first class, offer available once per person.

Click here to buy online

BUY INTRO OFFER

Offer ends 07/07/2020. T&Cs here.

Click here to book your first class

Book Class

After the Introductory offer? Get our 50% off Memberships & 25% Off Packs & Contracts Offer. Click here to see Pricing.

Frequently Asked Questions

Select a tab for your general questions or more specific questions about Pilates, Yoga, or Gym services below.

Schedule & Booking FAQs

What is your introductory offer?

The introductory offer is the best way to try our Pilates & Yoga classes.

Click here to see our current introductory offer

Our introductory offer changes from time to time, so make sure you grab it now!

How do I book in?

Please choose the most convenient way to book into a class:

MindBody App (recommended)
Website
Phone
In Person

Please note class bookings are essential. Classes may be fully booked or cancelled. If you do not have a booking and try to attend a class, you may be disappointed.

Where is the class schedule?

Please see our class schedule on the MindBody App or Website.

What if the class is fully booked?

If a class is fully booked you may add yourself to the Wait List for that class if you are particularly keen to go to that class. Due to our 8 hour cancellation policy, there will be some movement in the class bookings. As soon as a place becomes available you will be notified by SMS or email.

Please note that failure to respond to a Wait Listed place may cause the cancellation policy to apply. If you are on the wait list, please keep checking!

What is the cancellation policy?

Due to limited places available in classes, we have an 8 hour cancellation policy. If you cannot make it to your class please cancel it as soon as possible so we can offer your place to someone on the wait list. Failure to do so may result in a warning or a lost class.

For our full cancellation policy please see our terms and conditions.

What if my class gets cancelled?

From time to time, due to instructor or teacher unavailability, or low student bookings, we may need to cancel a class. If this is the case, we will endeavour to contact you by email, phone or SMS.

What if I am running late for my class?

Sometimes we are running late for a class for unforseen circumstances. Please note that the door is locked at the start of class and NO late entries are permitted for safety reasons and in consideration of other students.

Can my friend come with me?

Attending a class with a friend is one of life's small pleasures. Please plan in advance by asking our receptionists for a Complementary Guest Pass. Guests will need to be booked in at reception.

Pricing FAQs

What is your introductory offer?

The introductory offer is the best way to try our Pilates & Yoga classes.

Click here to see our current introductory offer

Our introductory offer changes from time to time, so make sure you grab it now!

Can I claim on my private health insurance?

Maybe. Your health fund policy may have an allowance for a Health Management Program or Gym Membership which could qualify for a rebate. Please speak to them for information specific to your policy.

Our classes are not "clinical" - they are run by qualified Pilates and Yoga teachers but are not qualified health professionals, such as physiotherapists or exercise physiologists. Therefore, our classes are not claimable with your health fund for the usual item numbers that you would use for physiotherapy or exercise physiology.

If you have any further queries about this, please speak to us at reception for clarification.

Is it covered by Medicare?

The Medicare EPC visit allocation is for 1-on-1 consultations with a qualified health professional as specified on the form by your GP. Therefore our Pilates and Yoga classes are not covered by the Medicare EPC program.

However, after a consultation with one of our therapists, the therapist may recommend some classes for you to continue your rehabilitation and begin your journey in wellness. Speak to us at reception to see what special offers we may have available.

Are the classes run by physiotherapists?

Our Pilates and Yoga teachers are qualified to teach their respective classes, however they are not qualified health professionals, such as physiotherapists, exercise physiologists, etc.

Therefore, our classes are not claimable with your health fund for the usual item numbers that you would use for physiotherapy or exercise physiology.

Is there a concession discount?

Our aim is to provide the best prices for everyone to enjoy their favourite wellness classes.

At this stage we currently do not have any concession discounts; however, stay up to date with us as from time to time we have have special offers and promotions!

Can I add a Gym membership to my Pilates or Yoga class pack or contract?

Good choice! A gym membership is a perfect complement to your Pilates and Yoga classes. You will need to book in to see a Physiotherapist or Exercise Physiologist to establish an exercise program before purchasing an inexpensive gym membership.

What membership options do you have?

We currently have 3 membership options:

- Unlimited Classes + Gym - All Class Pass (includes Reformer & Mat Pilates & Yoga)
- Unlimited Classes + Gym - Yoga & Mat Pilates Pass
- Gym Membership Only

How do I pay for my membership?

All memberships can be paid by weekly recurring direct debit or credit card payment.

If this is not suitable for you, please consider the upfront payment options.

Can I suspend my membership?

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Yoga FAQs

What class should I start with?

Slow Flow yoga classes are typically suitable for beginners. The poses are typically held for longer than in a Vinyasa class, and the transitions between poses are slower making the class somewhat easier to follow along to.

What do I need to know for my first class?

What to wear. Wear clothing that allows you to move easily and comfortably. You will be taking your shoes and socks off in the yoga studio.

What to Bring. Your own yoga mat (if you have one otherwise you can hire one) and a drink bottle (if you wish).

Other general information regarding our location and parking can be found by clicking here.

How long is a yoga class?

Regular yoga classes are 60 minutes long.

Please see the time as scheduled on MindBody for any variations in time between classes.

What is the difference between Slow Flow, Vinyasa and Yin Yoga?

Please click here to see our yoga class types.

For beginners, we recommend starting with Slow Flow yoga classes. From there, you can speak to your teacher and begin to explore other class types.

Can I attend class if I have an injury?

It is always best to seek appropriate medical advice prior to attending a class; however we understand that pilates and yoga when used correctly can be beneficial for your recovery.

Our classes are not run by physiotherapists, nor are they clinical. The instructions given by the class teacher is not a substitute for medical advice. Therefore if you have a condition where medical or allied health attention is needed, please provide an appropriate medical certificate before attending class.

Many of us are managing chronic conditions where we are able to self-manage the condition, including during the pilates or yoga class. In this case, we would still prefer that you provide an appropriate medical certificate before attending class, and also let the teacher or instructor know of you conditions so they can offer suggestions on how to modify the class or program for you.

Finally, please note our terms and conditions.

Is yoga/pilates appropriate for my mum or dad?

Absolutely! The gift of health is priceless. Our Beginner Reformer Pilates and Slow Flow Yoga classes are great for people who want to try out Pilates and Yoga.

Even better - you can come with your mum or dad!

Pilates FAQs

What class should I start with?

Beginner Reformer Pilates classes are perfect for those who are new to Pilates. Our low class numbers make it easy for our instructors to supervise you if you need a bit more help.

What do I need to know for my first class?

What to wear. Bring socks to wear while using the reformer. Wear clothing that allows you to move easily and comfortably. You will be taking your shoes off in the reformer pilates studio.

What to Bring. Your own yoga mat (if you have one otherwise you can hire one) and a drink bottle (if you wish).

Other general information regarding our location and parking can be found by clicking here.

How long are Pilates classes?

Pilates classes run for a total 50 minutes. This includes a warm up and cool down.

What is the difference Beginner and Intermediate Pilates?

Beginner Reformer Pilates classes will teach you the foundational movements and give you the body conditioning to participate in higher levels of exercise. Intermediate classes are more dynamic and challenge the body in all different planes of movement.

Can I attend class if I have an injury?

It is always best to seek appropriate medical advice prior to attending a class; however we understand that pilates and yoga when used correctly can be beneficial for your recovery.

Our classes are not run by physiotherapists, nor are they clinical. The instructions given by the class teacher is not a substitute for medical advice. Therefore if you have a condition where medical or allied health attention is needed, please provide an appropriate medical certificate before attending class.

Many of us are managing chronic conditions where we are able to self-manage the condition, including during the pilates or yoga class. In this case, we would still prefer that you provide an appropriate medical certificate before attending class, and also let the teacher or instructor know of you conditions so they can offer suggestions on how to modify the class or program for you.

Finally, please note our terms and conditions.

Is yoga/pilates appropriate for my mum or dad?

Absolutely! The gift of health is priceless. Our Beginner Reformer Pilates and Slow Flow Yoga classes are great for people who want to try out Pilates and Yoga.

Even better - you can come with your mum or dad!

Can I come for a casual gym session?

Gym access is available only on referral by one of our Physiotherapists or Exercise Physiologists. Once a rehabilitation or exercise program has been established, you may purchase an inexpensive gym membership to use our gym. Booking is required to use the gym due to limited space.

What equipment do you have?

Our gym has a full complement of free weights, a matrix, cable machine, treadmill and bike. We also have other speciality equipment for rehabilitation.

Can I use the gym on my own?

Once a gym membership has been purchased after a referral from one of our Physiotherapists or Exercise Physiologists, you may book in to use the gym either online or at reception.

How do I add a gym membership to my pack or contract?

Good choice! A gym membership is a perfect complement to your Pilates and Yoga classes. You will need to book in to see a Physiotherapist or Exercise Physiologist to establish an exercise program before purchasing an inexpensive gym membership.

Do you have lockers?

At the moment, we do not have shelving for personal item storage. Please keep you personal belongings to a minimum and be careful with your valuables.

Are there showers?

There are public showers available on Level 3 in the building.

Do you have changing rooms?

Yes, we have changing rooms available in our studio.

What if I lose my key tag?

We will be able to replace your key tag once in a 12 month period. If you need a replacement key tag sooner, the cost is $10.