If you’re feeling stale in your exercise routine, try a new class that’ll have you breaking a sweat and feeling great. From high-intensity workouts to body and mind classes, there’s plenty of choices in the Wollongong CBD area to get your groove on.
If you’re looking for something more meditative, Younga Yoga’s Vinyasa classes will help you find your flow. Suitable for all levels, this class is ideal for those who want to increase flexibility, strength and core stability while improving their mental health.
Founded by a group of passionate yoga instructors, this studio is committed to helping you achieve your goals. They offer a range of different classes from beginner to advanced, each with a focus on building strong and healthy bodies. You’ll leave each session feeling refreshed and energised.
The first equipment based pilates in wollongong Studio established in the Illawarra, Wellness Traditional Pilates is a true testament to the original principles of Joseph Pilates. With a focus on correct technique, mindfulness, centring flow and precision, their classes are kept small to allow for personal interaction & guidance from your instructor.
You can also up your cardio game with their RPM classes – an indoor group cycling class that you control the speed of. It’s a fun, full-body workout with upbeat music that will help you build muscle endurance and burn calories.
Another great way to get your heart rate up is with Barre Attack. This class combines ballet and pilates principles into an upbeat and fun dance workout, with exercises that may include the barre, elastic bands, small weights and a mat. With a mixture of both strengthening and cardiovascular exercises, it’s a full-body workout that will leave you feeling energised and ready for more.
KX Pilates specialise in using a combination of traditional reformer Pilates with modern techniques. Keeping their group sessions to a maximum of 7 people, they are able to offer more hands on assistance and feedback on each individual’s form. They follow the principle of kaizen, where each person makes a series of small improvements for long term results.
They also offer Clinical Pilates, a specialised method prescribed by physiotherapists to ensure it is being performed safely and correctly. These classes are available to everyone, but are especially useful for those suffering from musculoskeletal issues, as each program is designed to target and treat specific areas of pain or injury. These classes are eligible for a rebate under Medicare’s EPC, or you can use your health fund membership if applicable. They also have a pre-natal yoga/Pilates class for those who are pregnant or returning after pregnancy. Check out their website for more information and to book.