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Top 20 Pilates venues

Here is our pick for the top venues offering Pilates from around Australia.

  1. Chad Morrison Fitness
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    Chad Morrison Fitness

    2 Acron Lane, Hillarys 6025
    Chad Morrison Fitness is a leading provider of personal training and nutritional protocols in Hilarys for individuals who wish to take their health and fitness to the next level.
  2. S3 Studio

    S3 Studio

    Shop 4 / 176 Hotham Street, Elsternwick 3185
  3. Balance & Control Pilates

    Balance & Control Pilates

    Level 2 / 174 Bouverie Street, Carlton 3053
  4. Pilates Power and Physiotherapy Cronulla

    Pilates Power and Physiotherapy Cronulla

    Suite 1 & 5 / 104 Cronulla Street , Cronulla 2230
  5. 557 Glenhuntly Road Health Clinic

    557 Glenhuntly Road Health Clinic

    557 Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwick 3185
  6. DMA Clinical Pilates

    DMA Clinical Pilates

    1 Yarra Street, South Yarra 3141
  7. Physiomoves


    1455 Burke Road, Kew East 3102
  8. Core Physio + Pilates

    Core Physio + Pilates

    2 370 Glen Huntly Rd, Elsternwick 3185
  9. Complete Health

    Complete Health

    (Cnr of Macpherson and Rathdowne Streets) 478-480 Rathdowne Street, Carlton North 3054
  10. InSync Physiotherapy & Pilates

    InSync Physiotherapy & Pilates

    Level 1 / 505 Riversdale Road , Camberwell 3124
  11. Sports Optimum

    Sports Optimum

    9 / 320 Toorak Rd, Armadale North 3142
  12. Moonee Valley Health and Fitness

    Moonee Valley Health and Fitness

    378 Mt Alexander Rd, Travancore 3032
  13. Auburn Spinal Therapy Centre

    Auburn Spinal Therapy Centre

    126 Auburn Road , Auburn 2144
    Auburn Spinal Therapy Centre is an allied health clinic in Hawthorn. The expert staff members are committed to bringing you the best result for your overall health and wellbeing.
  14. Bay Freedom Physiotherapy and Pilates

    Bay Freedom Physiotherapy and Pilates

    517 Main St, Mordialloc 3195
  15. Capital Physiotherapy - Balwyn

    Capital Physiotherapy - Balwyn

    55 Whitehorse Road (Inside Clock Medical), Deepdene 3103
  16. Clifton Hill Pilates & Rehab

    Clifton Hill Pilates & Rehab

    101-103 Queens Parade, Clifton Hill 3068
  17. Eastside Physiotherapy

    Eastside Physiotherapy

    893 Riversdale Road , Camberwell 3124
  18. Motion Health - Physiotherapy, Massage, Exercise, Physiology & Pilates

    Motion Health - Physiotherapy, Massage, Exercise, Physiology & Pilates

    521 Toorak Road, Toorak 3142
  19. Premier Sports & Spinal Medicine - Fitzroy North

    Premier Sports & Spinal Medicine - Fitzroy North

    2 Holden Street (Cnr. Nicholson St.), Fitzroy North 3068
  20. Port Melbourne Physiotherapy and Pilates

    Port Melbourne Physiotherapy and Pilates

    3 / 11 Beach Street, Port Melbourne 3207
Average rating of venues offering Pilates across Australia
5.0 · based on 1 reviews of 102 venues


Okay, hand's up who's tried Pilates! You haven't? You're not alone. Even though it is one of the world's most popular and effective fitness systems, many of us still haven't given it a go.

Certainly here at BookWell, we plan to try it very soon, given the growing number of amazing Pilates instructors out there.

The great thing about Pilates, is that it is considered safe for all ages, and all physiques and conditions. If you've never exercised before, or you're pregnant, or recovering from surgery, this is probably the safest exercise you can do.

Creator Joseph Pilates described it as 'the art of controlled movements'. And that's why it is considered so safe. There are no big weights to lift, or jarring movements to endure.

So how do you get results?


It’s still a workout. And it works on your core strength, flexibility and endurance. That's probably why it's so popular with professional sportsmen and women, including NRL players!

On Trend

Pilates is also the exercise of choice for many celebrities. They are easy to spot - they're the ones who look really hot!


Joseph Pilates created this system specifically to help injured athletes and dancers return to full fitness. And because of that, there are no strenuous or straining exercises. It's more to do with focus and concentration.


Pilates stretches and lengthens all your major muscles and, because of that focus on core strength, is fantastic for achieving a flat stomach and a strong back.


The beauty of Pilates is that it can be personalised to suit your body, abilities and goals. And at the end, you come out glowing, rather than sweating!

Many Health Benefits

If you're searching for a Pilates instructor, it could be that you've already heard about the many health benefits it delivers. It's not just physical strength and flexibility, but also improved posture and better circulation.

Go to a Pilates class and you'll start to feel less stressed and more relaxed. Your concentration will improve, as will your coordination and balance.

What's more, one of the biggest benefits of Pilates is that it helps prevent musculoskeletal injuries, such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Bursitis and Tendinitis. It is also one of the safest forms of exercise for anyone suffering from osteoporosis.

Breathing, Balance & Flexibility

Many men and women who enjoy yoga find that Pilates is a great addition to their health and fitness regime. There are similarities between the two, such as the focus on concentration, breathing, balance and flexibility.

Whether you choose to attend a Pilates class, or arrange one-on-ones with a Pilates instructor, you will find this an affordable way of getting amazing results. We always recommend choosing a registered Pilates instructor or Pilates centre.

If you're about to enjoy your very first Pilates class, there are a few things you can do to be prepared. The first one is, DON'T WORRY! For starters, if it's a beginners class, they are all beginners, just like you!

What to Wear

And some of the exercise machines may look a bit strange, but you will be shown how to carefully use them.

Of course, our first question was what to wear! Go comfy, but not baggy is the best advice.

There's no need to go and buy expensive Pilates workout gear - and, as you work barefoot, no need for expensive trainers either. Tie back long hair and leave all dangly jewellery in your locker.

All you really need to take is a towel and a water bottle, although some people like to use their own mat for floor work.