As the saying goes, when one door closes another one opens which is the case for former Brisbane Pilates studio owner Kate Brown who will be reopening her business in Bundaberg.
The local resident is excited to showcase Pilates 36 to the region, providing the community with a boutique-style pilates studio at 2/106 Maryborough Street.
Due to open on Saturday, 2 October, Kate said the studio would offer small group classes and hands-on instructors ensuring that each client receives individual attention.
Kate said pilates gives all ages and abilities the opportunity to experience an “amazing way of movement”.
“We know how important it is to build a community and to be able to create a safe and welcoming space for everyone.”
“Our mat classes will have a maximum of 12 clients and are great for all ages and abilities with a focus on technique,” Kate said.
“Our reformer classes are smaller with a maximum of four clients.
“The reformer is a wonderful piece of equipment that will provide a full body workout that will strengthen, lengthen and align the body.”
Kate said the equipment class was a different offering, providing the opportunity for those who may have an injury, during and after pregnancy and the older clients to be able to exercise safely.
“Our equipment classes will have a maximum of three clients as everyone is provided with their own personal program tailored to their exact needs and the instructor will guide you step by step to helping maintain good technique, strength and form.”
Kate said classes would be on throughout the day, at a range of times to suit everyone’s needs.
“We will also be open on Saturday mornings to start the weekend right.”
You can sign up, see the schedule, book classes and buy services via the Pilates 36 App.
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