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Eleanor Knight3 years ago

Strengthen your core & relax your mind in Newcastle

Developed in the early 20th century by Joseph Pilates, this practice aims to strengthen your core and improve flexibility by controlled movements and breath. If you're looking for a new exercise regime to kick start your mornings, we thoroughly recommend this practice that is loved by many across the world. Whether you're a complete newbie to the world of stretching out or a keen practitioner looking for somewhere to gain a further understanding, there are many pilates classes across Newcastle that are perfect for you. Stop telling yourself you're going to get healthy and start doing it at one of these locations in Newcasstle.

Okay, so you’ve finally got off the sofa and are ready to strengthen your core. We suggest you put on something comfortable, head out the door and visit one of these Newcastle Pilates studios to kick start your new exercise regime. While you’re at it, visit one of the most awesome cafes in Newcastle where you can enjoy a post-Pilates treat!

Visit these two Pilates studios for fantastic core strengthening classes

Pilates for Life

Professional and friendly, Pilates for Life - Newcastle
Professional and friendly, Pilates for Life – Newcastle

If you’re looking for a location that caters to all abilities, don’t go past Pilates for Life. This friendly and welcoming Pilates studio provides fantastic classes that specialise in pregnancy Pilates, postnatal Pilates and physiolates as well as traditional sessions to suit every level.

New to Pilates and not too sure what to expect? Talk to the accredited instructors at Pilates for Life who will be more than happy to talk you through the practice. Located in The Junction this fully equipped location is the ideal place gather with your closest friends to enjoy a fun and exhilarating workout. Talk to Kirsten at Pilates for Life for more information on their fantastic range of classes.
Where: 15 Kenrick Street, The Junction, NSW, 2291

Fleur Wellbeing

Unique classes, Fleur Wellbeing - Newcastle
Unique classes, Fleur Wellbeing – Newcastle

Searching for a modern studio where you can experience something a little different? Be sure to visit Fleur Wellbeing. This specialist Pilates and boxing studio is run by Steph Collins who has a strong passionthe practice that she teaches. All Pilates classes at Fleur Wellbeing run for roughly 50 minutes and take you through an abundance of routines that promote core strength, thoughtful breathing and balance.

Keen to burn off the stress from work? Attend one of the boxing classes with Steph at Fleur Wellbeing for an action-packed workout that works to tone your whole body as well as improves your fitness and energy levels. Whether you’re looking for a fast-paced class or a slow but core clenching session, you can get it here at Fleur Wellbeing.
Where: 2/5 Library Lane, Charlestown, NSW, 2290

Looking to refuel after your class? Treat yourself at this local cafe

Suspension Espresso Pty Ltd

Barista coffee, Suspension Espresso - Newcastle
Barista coffee, Suspension Espresso – Newcastle

After your class head down to Suspension Espresso for one of the best coffees in town. This unique little cafe is not to be missed if you love your old joe rich, full bodied and vibrant. Living by the motto ‘coffee never sleeps’ Suspension Espresso is open from 7am to 5pm everyday so regardless of whether your class is in the early hours or late afternoon, make this your go-to cafe.

Feeling a bit hungry? Luckily for you Suspension Espresso can help you out in that department too! Serving up a number of flavoursome and nutritious dishes, you can fill up your boots until your heart’s content. Whether you’re swinging by for a classic latte or sticking around for a bit of grub, you won’t be disappointed at this quirky joint.
Where: 3 Beaumont Street, Islington, NSW, 2296

Looking for a few more exercise classes in Newcastle? Check out this yoga and breakfast blog for some great local cafes and sessions to enjoy.

Where do you practice Pilates in Newcastle? And more importantly what cafe do you head to after? We’d love to know!

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