At Coastal Pilates & Fitness we offer a range of Personal Training options to suit all ages and abilities. If you’re new to the studio we recommend One-on-One Personal Training tailored to your goals, after which you can safely move into the Group Personal Training classes. For those over 50 years of age we offer a specialised class combining cardio, strength and Pilates to increase strength and flexibility safely. If you can’t wait to begin, start by filling out our New Client Registration Form

Personal Training is personal training just for you and working towards your own health and fitness goals, taking into consideration any injuries or health conditions you may be dealing with.

Your goals may be to lose body fat, to get out of pain, to deal with a health problem or to train for a specific sports event. You tell us what you need and we will work out your own customized program.  This program will most likely incorporate homework and even other forms of training not available at the studio.

A personal training session commences after an initial consultation.  An initial consultation includes reviewing your goals, a postural assessment, developing your tailored program, fitness testing and then commencing on this program.

Your personal training session goes for one hour.

The major benefit of personal training is that your trainer will keep you on track and motivated. You will also be educated along the way with safe yet effective ways to exercise.  Unlike classes, one-on-one training will be focused purely on your goals to get you fast results.

We have several pricing options for Personal Training, including new starter packs for new clients and membership options.

Group personal training runs in a class style format with a maximum of eight participants.

All members of this group are asked to contribute goals and then your trainer will plan each session carefully to accommodate everyone.

These classes are a very effective for fat burning and cross training. You will work on your cardiovascular fitness, strength, speed, power, agility, core strength and flexibility.  The level of intensity and difficulty set for each participant is based on whether you are a beginner or more advanced.

There are many tools incorporated into this program, not only to challenge you but to give you variety and keep you motivated.  Some of these tools include boxing equipment, skipping ropes, cardiovascular machines, steps, agility ladders, hurdles, fit balls, medicine balls, dumbbells, barbells, resistance bands, kettle bells, battle ropes, slides, an outdoor training ground and a 20 metre pool (in summer).

These classes are suited to you if you do not have any injuries or certain health conditions.

If you have no prior exercise or gym experience you will definitely need to attend an initial consultation first and some individual personal training sessions first.

The class is designed for those who are 50 years plus and to give you an all round workout of cardiovascular exercise, strength training, Pilates (strength, stretch, posture correction) and balance training.

Beyond 50 classes aim to slow down the aging process on your muscles and bones, regulate your hormones, plus manage or eliminate many of the lifestyle diseases prevalent in our society.

The cardiovascular component of this class includes low impact aerobics, stepping, boxing, tabata or circuit training.

The strength training component of the class is often based on 3-4 sets of 8-12 repetitions, again adjusted for both the beginner to the most advanced person in the group.

The Pilates component is always underlying with everything we do as well as doing Pilates specific exercises.

These classes are suited to you if you do not have any injuries or certain health conditions.

If you have no prior exercise or gym experience you will definitely need to attend an initial consultation first to determine how well you can be integrated into this class.  You may even need to do some individual personal training sessions to prepare you to enter into this class.