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18 CLASSES - $199

EVOLVE, 76 Shute Harbour Rd, Cannonvale, 4802 
Starting 13th Feb 2023


Sorry to anyone who missed out this time

Please checkout my Upcoming Courses and Local Classes page to find out about all my Mobility and Pilates classes!

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Functional mobility is described as any basic movement a person makes to perform day to day activities.

Our functional mobility session will incorporate dynamic and flowing movements that will help you to reach the full potential of your body’s movement. Moving through the joints that need to be mobile starting with your neck then shoulders, wrists, spine, hips and ankles. You release tension you didn't even realise you had and provide some TLC for joint and muscle vitality!


Matwork Pilates is a workout done with a range of Pilates exercises, mainly sitting or lying on a mat, making it very low impact and suitable for a wide range of clients. But don't be fooled, whilst you might not be out of breath, these workouts deliver a satisfying and spicy muscle burn. Pilates exercises have a continuous flow that emphasises length, alignment and core activation which is fantastic for posture, improving sleep and sculpting a beautifully toned body.
As the weeks go on, I will start to incorporate small pieces of equipment such as small ball, band and magic circle for creative and varied workouts to keep you on your toes!

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Stretching is the act of pulling a muscle from both ends (origin and insertion point) to release tension and tightness. Static stretching is what I refer to as Deep Stretching. It involves holding a position for a period of time which allows your muscles to loosen up, while increasing flexibility and range of motion.

By gradually slowing down the body, as opposed to just stopping cold, we maximize the benefits from your Pilates workout. Stretching isn’t just for the muscles. It also helps harmonize your mind, relax your mood, and relieve stress.

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