We are open for classes from Wednesday the 28th of July.
Please ensure you wear your mask, follow social distancing and check in using out QR code.
Pilates is the complete coordination of Mind, Body and Spirit - Joseph Pilates
Pilates is a disciplined physical system which was created by German anatomist Joseph Pilates in the early 20th Century. Through a series of precise, controlled movements it targets all muscle groups in the body whilst working on posture, functionality and flexibility. It’s also one of the ultimate mindful training practices, aiding stress and anxiety relief through breathing exercises, which is one of the key principles of Classical Pilates.
There are endless adaptations of Pilates currently offered at studios and gyms, but Classical Pilates is considered to be the practice in its truest form. That’s not to say that other versions should be dismissed – far from it – but if you’re looking for authenticity, this might be where you want to start.
The Pilates Studio— Warragul, was originally established 18 years ago by Gillian Foks. It has now merged with Warragul Wellness Centre. It is situated in the heart of town at 1/59 Victoria St Warragul. We offer many classes of varying levels from Foundation to Advanced, using quality equipment.
Classes are taken by qualified instructors, who are passionate about the Pilates system of exercise. It is our desire to offer the best care possible to our clients with classes that are non-confronting, geared to the needs of the individual yet firmly adhering to the Pilates principles. We appreciate that everyone has different goals, so we proudly offer a broad range of classes that are designed to help you get there.
Private sessions are also available, by appointment only, especially for specific conditions and rehabilitation.
Pilates is for all ages ( including senior members of society ), for men and women, boys and girls ,during pregnancy and for elite sports people. If you fit into any of these categories then Pilates could be for you !! Why not give it a try?