Assessment Package: $295
(Includes Initial Assessment and two Private sessions)
WHAT’S INCLUDED IN YOUR INITIAL ASSESSMENT PACKAGE?
- A comprehensive assessment session with a fully certified instructor or an allied health professional
- 2 private sessions to help you develop an understanding of the Pilates method in your body
During your assessment session, we will analyse your posture, flexibility, strength and muscle balance and ask about your goals and medical history. We will then create a personalised program of Pilates exercises for you which you will incorporate into your subsequent two private sessions.
Should you choose to continue, you will follow your tailored program in studio sessions with a maximum of two other clients per session.
BOOKING AND PAYING FOR YOUR INITIAL ASSESSMENT PACKAGE
Click on the below link in a web browser to create your account, arrange payment and book your session.
If you are trying to book through a mobile phone you will need to contact us to set up your account or you will need to sync your MindBody App with Wellcentred (see instructions in Booking FAQ).
Once we have set up your account, you can pay online, you can pay by phone with a credit card, when we call you to book your session; or you can pay when you arrive at Wellcentred Pilates Studio.
INITIAL ASSESSMENT FORM
When you book your session, we will email you an INITIAL ASSESSMENT FORM. Fill this out and bring this form in to your initial assessment. It will save time having to fill it out when you start the assessment.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
No Shoes: The class is done wearing (fresh) socks only, preferably not too slippery.
Comfortable stretchy clothes: You want workout clothing that is stretchable and preferably not too baggy.
Your instructor is looking at the alignment of your joints and how you use your muscles to move and stabilise. We do develop a level of x-ray vision as part of our training, but it still helps us to be able to see your body clearly. However, it’s most important that you are comfortable and that your clothing doesn’t inhibit your movement. Be aware that some Pilates exercises end up with your legs in the air or torso inverted, so it’s generally better to wear something that stays in place.
Towel: bring a small towel as you may lie on your stomach and side and need to protect your face.