Beginners Mat Pilates Course.

New to Pilates, or need a refresher on the basics? Our Beginners Mat Pilates Course is the ideal way to start.

This course is held in our dedicated Mat Studio, and run by experienced and qualified allied health professionals who have extra training in the Pilates Method. It can allow you to start exercising in a safe but challenging way, under supervision of an experienced health professional.

It introduces you to the 5 key Pilates elements which will improve your core, posture and movement control. In addition to this, it can also help back pain, neck pain & headaches.

What to Expect

You’ll start the course with a 1:1 assessment with your instructor, so you can go through the essentials of the Pilates Method, discuss any medical history and your health & fitness goals.

After that, classes will commence at a basic level with just a Mat and pillow. Each class will run for 45 minutes. They will progress in difficulty, with new exercises and equipment introduced every week.

On the completion of the course, you can continue with home practice using the principles you’ve learned, or begin Intermediate Level Mat classes or Equipment classes.

For more information on all of our upcoming courses, click here.

Upcoming Course Dates

Upcoming Course Starts: Saturday 14th April 9.30am – 10.15am. Register for the course online here.

Duration: 8 weeks

Instructor: Mel Teo

Location: Malvern

How to Book

To book into an upcoming Beginners Mat Pilates Course, you can:

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