Pure Core FAQ

What type of pilates do you teach?

At Pure Yoga we teach a fusion of the traditional Pilates repertoire and Barre Movements, this ultimately results in the best core workout around. It is a challenging fluid, yet athletic style of class that gets great results. Check out the videos to see some typical pilates repertoire you may experience in class.

How long do the classes go for?

60 minutes

How do you pay for classes?

The pilates course is for 10 weeks and is $160. This can be paid at the studio via cash or cheque

Is there a membership fee?

There is no joining or membership fee. You pay for the course at the beginning of the 10 weeks.

Can I join at any time?

No. Simply because it is a 10 week progressive pilates course that ensures everyone in class has the same knowledge and are ready to progress to new more challenging movements as the weeks go on.

Do I have to make a booking?

Yes, you do as we will not over fill classes. We can download the registration form NOW to register and book for the next pilates course.

Can beginners join?

Absolutely. Every age, sex, and size are welcome in our studio. Our teaching style is clear and precise and we constantly demonstrate throughout class. You will never feel lost or out of place in our studio. We are here to ensure you get the best from your practice

Do I attend the same class every week?

Yes, we encourage you attend the same class each week. This helps us keep to our maximum class size and you can be assured that we don’t overfill classes. We do understand that this is not always possible so when you do need to attend another time or day we ask you to email, text or call us so that we can reschedule you into another class . This way you don’t miss out on your regular yoga practice. As we all know consistency is paramount for results.

How many times a week should I attend?

Ideally, twice a week . Regular consistent practice gives best results and allows you to reap the benefits of pilates. However it is not uncommon for many of our participants to do one yoga and on epilates class a week

Do I have to bring a mat?

No, all props used in class are awaiting you in the studio. This includes mats, balls, bands , rollers and circles. The studio is also pre laid out so you don’t even have to set up your own mat!

How many people in a class?

There is a maximum of 16 in each class

What happens if I miss a class?

We ask that you advise us that you are not able to attend your regular class and then suggest you let us know what “other” class you may like to do as a “makeup” class. This does not necessarily have to be in the same week but should be within that month.

Can I do it when I’m pregnant?

We have many women participate in pilates during pregnancy and continue with it post baby. Our experienced teachers can and will advise you which poses are best to avoid. We usually find most mums prefer to move over to yoga after 24 or more weeks as for some the size of the belly can limit good range of movement and feel a little squashy at times !