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The Best Pilates Studio In Belconnen

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Pilates is a world-renowned exercise regime that focuses on building core strength, improving alignment, increasing flexibility, and supporting an overall healthy lifestyle. Pilates is suitable for people of all ages and all fitness levels.

If you are looking to give Pilates a try, you’ve come to the right place. We asked Belconnen’s locals to share their favourite Pilates studios, and now the results are in. So, without further ado, let’s get started.

What makes an excellent Pilates studio?

Whether you’re new to Pilates or an experienced practitioner, sometimes it can be difficult to know what to look for when trying out a new studio. We suggest keeping an eye out for the following traits:

  • Experienced, passionate teaches. Pilates is a highly specialised exercise program that takes years of practice and theoretical knowledge to master. Look for a studio that’s run by passionate, experienced teachers.
  • Welcoming atmosphere. Pilates is for everybody, not just the super-fit. If you have never tried Pilates before, try a studio with a welcoming atmosphere that supports students from all walks of life.
  • Fair pricing. Opt for Pilates classes that charge a reasonable rate. If you plan on attending more than one or two classes a week, find a studio that offers bulk discounts or weekly rates.
  • Convenient location and timetable. If it’s not easy, you probably won’t do it. The best Pilates studio for you is one that’s in close proximity to home or work and hosts classes at a time that suits your busy schedule.

The top Pilates studios in Belconnen according to you

RiotACT’s editorial team has combed through 19 years of on-site comments to compile a list of the most recommended businesses according to you.

To be listed in our Best of Canberra series, each business needs to have consistently received positive feedback on RiotACT and Facebook as well as maintaining a minimum average of 4/5 stars on Google.

Now is the time to introduce which Pilates studios came out on top.

Embrace Pilates and Fitness

The passionate team behind Embrace Pilates and Fitness strive to create a personal fitness business that welcomes the community and fosters a sense of belonging. They believe that Pilates is for everyone and focus on progress rather than perfection. By offering a supportive environment, their experienced teaching staff help you find movement that feels right for you and serves your personal needs.

Clinic 88

If you are working to overcome aches, pains, and injuries, the Pilates studio at clinic 88 could be your best choice. The dedicated team is fully equipped to promote optimal pain-free movement so you can regain mobility and improve fitness while promoting emotional wellbeing.

Pilates with Dan

The focus at Pilates with Dan is to offer valued customers a truly personalised training experience. By championing controlled exercise and mindful movement, their friendly teachers will help you build strength, improve health, and enhance overall wellbeing. With decades of experience in the industry, owner Dan is ready to help you become the best version of yourself.

Who did you pick?

Thanks to our commenters who have provided insightful feedback, if you believe we have got it wrong, please let us know.

Thanks to all of those that shared their experience with Pilates studios in the region. If you don’t think we got it right, please share your favourite Pilates classes in Belconnen in the comment section below.


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Braggs Braggs 4:31 pm 10 Feb 09

I think Club Lime in Belconnen have Pilates Groups and you can pay a casual entry fee instead of a membership.

NoAddedMSG NoAddedMSG 9:21 am 10 Feb 09

Canberra Dance Theatre, over near ANU, (type it into google for the website) have a pilates class, they tend to be on the pricey side though.

ANU gym runs a number of “hybrid” classes which you can attend casually, and even if you end up joining it is still pretty cheap. (Their list of people who can join is really open, basically you just have to claim to have been to an Australian uni at some point in your life I think). I really like the Les Mills Body Balance classes, they are a mixture of tai chi, pilates, and yoga, and I find them a little more interesting than straight yoga, which starts to bore me after more than a few lessons.

zagons zagons 9:16 am 10 Feb 09

There is the place in O’Connor – reasonably good – Cockle Street

Thumper Thumper 8:42 am 10 Feb 09

Can I get a coffee with my yoga?

barking toad barking toad 8:05 am 10 Feb 09

ffs – another coffee thread!

notdingers notdingers 10:11 pm 09 Feb 09

Do Yoga classes that is

notdingers notdingers 10:11 pm 09 Feb 09

Om Shanti in Griffith do classes.

sepi sepi 8:41 pm 09 Feb 09

There is yoga at Turner Seniors Centre on Tuesday nights at 6.00 – you don’t have to be a senior either, but it is like stepping back in time to about the 50s in there.

fozzy fozzy 8:20 pm 09 Feb 09

Don’t know if it’s still too far south, but I can recommend Life Personal Fitness at Kingston.

I started going there for gym sessions when I was preparing to hike the Inca trail – I survived the Inca trail, a lot of which I put down to the training. Since returning my goals changed so I do a gym session and a Pilates session each week. Sessions are pretty small, typically no more than 5 people and a programme made up for you personally.

elena elena 6:00 pm 09 Feb 09

My housemate goes to the Bradden mob: http://www.yogamandir.com.au/

They have intensive courses and all kinds of stuff from what I can understand.

Pandy Pandy 5:47 pm 09 Feb 09

http://www.yogalink.com.au

Call Despina as she is really into it.

astrojax astrojax 5:20 pm 09 Feb 09

mrs astro just started a yoga class in miller st, but only because the school in lonsdale street near cornucopia’s times didn’t quite work with her hectic schedule ; ) they seemed ‘quite good’, was the report

– and i’d suggest otherwise you consider the posture and flexibility classes, through anu sports union. can’t recommend them highly enough.

lauzy lauzy 5:12 pm 09 Feb 09

I go to Yoga Mandir in Braddon and it’s excellent! They like you to enrol in a whole term but you can go along to one of their open sessions to see if you like it first.

I also hear there’s an excellent pilates place in civic somewhere, but I can’t remember exactly where it was. Sorry that’s quite unhelpful.

But if you decide to give yoga a go I can recommend Yoga Mandir

niftydog niftydog 4:33 pm 09 Feb 09

Mrs nifty used the AIS fitness centre on a casual basis.

Granny Granny 4:18 pm 09 Feb 09

A friend speaks highly of Esther Just from Pilates Alive.

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