Pilates Eastwood

Discover Pilates® near Eastwood

Do you want to start doing effective Pilates near Eastwood? Well you have come to the right place! Discover Pilates® specialises in small, equipment-based, group Pilates classes. To ensure excellent results for our students we tailor each session to the needs and goals of our individual clients, and limit each class to 4-5 participants. Clients may book a class at a time that suits them (what we call a ‘Private Pilates class’), or join one of our timetabled small-group classes (what we call a ‘Studio class’). Bookings are essential and all classes are 1 hour in duration.

Classes and fees:

Studio Pilates classes are held at set times throughout the week. Studio classes cost $44 per class per student (if paid for casually), or $40 per class per student if a block of 10 classes ($400) is purchased.

Private Pilates classes can be booked at any time outside of our Studio Pilates class timetable (subject to instructor availability). Private class fees vary depending on the number of students in your group: $90 per class for a 1 on 1 private class, $130 per class for 2 students ($65 each), $150 for 3 students ($50 each), or $160 for 4 students ($40 each).

To ensure the quality of each class, we limit student numbers to 4-5 (for both private classes and studio classes), and each client must attend an initial consultation (a 1 on 1 private class) during which your instructor will discuss with you your needs and goals.

  • Our Physiotherapy and Clinical Pilates team:

    Yonit Nahmias

    Physiotherapist Yonit Nahmias Yonit has over 6 years experience working as a Physiotherapist in Israel and 5 years experience as a Pilates Instructor. She has worked with people from all age brackets and fitness levels. She has experience in treating respiratory, neurological, orthopaedic, and developmental conditions.

    Yonit focuses on developing realistic, specific and measurable goals with her patients. These allow her to individualise and tailor each Pilates class to ensure you reach your goals!

    Alex Donald

    Physiotherapist Alex Donald As one of Australia’s leading Physiotherapists, Alex has advanced the profession with special interests in the treatment of headaches, chronic foot pain and orthotics.

    Having trained many elite athletes, weekend warriors, and beginners over a wide variety of sports, Alex has been uniquely placed to train Physiotherapists in how to best treat everyone at every level.

    Working closely with Olympic Physiotherapists, he has gained valuable experience and has treated a number of elite athletes through both Physiotherapy and Clinical Pilates.

    Adele Hvistendahl

    Physiotherapist Adele Hvistendahl After injuring her back in a fall 16 years ago, Adele started attending Pilates classes to strengthen her core and correct her posture. Through these classes she found she had a passion for what she likes to call “active treatment” – using exercise as medicine.

    Adele has 14 years experience in Pilates and was driven to complete a degree in Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney. Adele is passionate about Pilates and the results it can deliver to people from all walks of life.

    Madeleine Steiner

    Physiotherapist Madeleine Steiner While completing a Bachelor of Health Science, Madeleine developed a love for anatomy and human function, prompting her to go on and complete a Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney.

    Through her interest of hands and upper limb injuries, Madeleine has spent time in Darwin at Territory Hands completing a course on hand therapy and the treatment of common injuries and conditions of the hand and wrist.

    Isabel Armsworth

    Physiotherapist Yonit Nahmias Isabel’s interest in physiotherapy started from a young age after watching her mother’s practice and witnessing firsthand the impact Physiotherapists can have on people’s lives. This prompted her to undertake a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the Australian Catholic University. 

    As an elite softball player, Isabel has a keen interest and knowledge in shoulder and elbow injuries, which can occur in throwing sports but also may occur in more simplistic tasks. Isabel understands the effect of pain and how easily can impact daily tasks, which is why she has a special interest in the prevention of shoulder, elbow and neck pain.

    Nicola Simpson

    Physiotherapist Nicola Simpson Having worked with Olympic Physiotherapists throughout her teenage sporting years, Nicola developed an appreciation and keen interest in helping patients with their muscle aches and pains. This prompted her to go on to complete a Bachelor of Human Movement and then on to a Doctorate of Physiotherapy at Macquarie University.

    As a keen netball player, Nicola has a special interest in treating knee pain and ankle injuries. She firmly believes in the practice of exercise-based treatment addressing both recovery and prevention of these injuries in people of all ages.

  • Dr. David Aboud

    Osteopath & Physiotherapist Dr. David Aboud Looking for David? David now works full-time at Quay Health– our sister clinic on Bridge St in the Sydney CBD.  To learn more visit: www.quayhealth.com.au or call their clinic reception on (02) 9252 2825.

    If the Sydney CBD isn’t convenient, do feel welcome to book in with another member of our team.

Whether you’re looking for a traditional Pilates experience, are preparing for or recovering from birthing, or are training for a sports competition or recovering from injury, you’ll find that Adele, Maddi, Yonit or Alex can tailor your class to work towards your specific goals – all while having a great time too!

How to get started:

Experience has shown that regardless of the reasons for commencing Pilates, if the basics are learnt really well much better results can be achieved. For this reason we insist that every new student attends a 30 minute, 1 on 1 initial consultation during which your instructor will discuss with you your needs and goals and either teach you the basics (if you are new to Pilates) or or assess where you’re up to (if you’ve done Pilates before). The initial consult is $50.

For your first class you should wear comfortable exercise clothing that lets you move freely, and bring a pair of clean socks with you to wear during the session. Change rooms are available for your use if required. You should also aim to arrive ten minutes early to to complete some paperwork on your arrival.

 

All Pilates bookings are made via Ryde Natural Health Clinic’s reception desk. To book your initial consultation call clinic reception on 9878 5021 and ask to book a ‘Pilates initial consultation’. Would you rather book online? Easy! We have that option as well. Just click the ‘book online now’ button and follow the prompts. We look forward to meeting you : )