recover from pain and injury

Studio Classes


Your first appointment will be an initial assessment to develop a personalised tailored program to best achieve your goals.

A variety of equipment, including reformer, cadillac, wunda chair spine corrector are all used in the studio approach.


Semi Private – 3 people maximum

Following your 1:1 and when you are comfortable with your program, you may progress to our semi-private classes working on your own personalised program.




Introduction package:

1 – 3 x private 60 mins: $90 per class


Private Classes – 60 minutes

Casual:                        $135

5 x private:                 $625


Semi Private – 45 minutes

Casual:                        $60

5 x semi private:        $275

How do I get started?

Getting started is easy. Simply fill out our initial consultation form and book in for a 1:1 private session.

What if I have done pilates before?

If you have done pilates before and prefer to join the semi private 1:3 classes we still ask that you fill out the initial consultation form and attend an initial 1:1 private session/initial consultation. This will ensure we can provide you with the very best individualised program and ensure that you understand the principles of pilates as they relate to your body before joining a small group.

How long are the classes?

Our 1:1 private classes are 1hr and our semi private 1:3 classes are 45 mins

What should I wear?

Comfortable clothing that is not too loose so that we can check your alignment as you move. It is best to avoid zippers, or clothing with long ties that may get caught in the pilates equipment. We recommend removing jewellery for your class for this purpose as well.

Can pilates improve my sports performance?

Pilates is the perfect performance enhancer for both amateur and elite athletes. The modifiable nature of the exercises and equipment make pilates an excellent modality for facilitating injury prevention, rehabilitation and sports specific exercises. Pilates is also an excellent recovery tool for elite athletes as it’s low impact.


I’m pregnant – can I do pilates?

Definitely. Pilates is the gold standard when it comes to exercise that is suitable for pregnancy. With a focus on breathing, pelvic floor and joint mobility and stability engaging in a pilates practice prior to birth will not only help prepare your body for the birth but also help you recover more quickly during the post natal phase.

Kellie Miller

Kellie Miller is a former Classically trained ballet dancer who has been working in the field of Health, Fitness and Rehabilitation for almost 20 years.

She loves working with individuals to help them achieve their movement goals whether it be for General Body Conditioning., Injury Prevention or Rehabilitation and does this by uniting her Science Dance background to create safe, run, biomechanically sound movement classes.

Kellie holds a degree in Health and Rehabilitation in Science and is an Accredited Exercise Scientist, Certified Pilates Practitioner, licensed GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® Trainer and a Personal Trainer and is currently completing a Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology. She is also a Senior Educator, Examiner and Mentor for the World renowed Polestar Pilates Education and while living in Melbourne was the injury Prevention Coach at the AFL Richmond Tigers, a position she held from season 2019 – 2021.

Kellie has now settled in Beacon Hill Sydney with her husband and two children and springer spaniel Abby where they are loving the Northern Beaches lifestyle.

Accredited Exercise Scientist – ESSA
Registered – The Registry of Accredited Pilates Professionals (RAPP)
Member – International Association of Dance Medicine and Science (IADMS