Watch this Space! New Course Starting Sept 2018

Please contact Helene to register your interest. Starting Wed 5.15-6pm Sept 2018


Pilates attracts everyone promising core strength, flexibility, and lean muscle tone.


Done in small group classes

More affordable

Emphasis on learning control

Best bet for beginners

Learn the foundation of Pilates Principles

Doing Pilates on a mat can work wonders even the simplest exercises can reap great rewards if done consistently under the supervision of and experienced and certified instructor.

Please Note:

Group classes are not suited to participants with acute injuries,ongoing pain or needing individual attention. Please contact Helene to find out if this course is suitable for you.


Mundijong Wed 5.15pm Mat Courses

Bridging on the Mat.
BodyPerfect Mat class at thr SJCRC Mundijong

New Course starting Sept 2018.

Date and time TBA.

Wednesday's 5.15pm Sept 2018

20$ per class (1x class a week) for x 4 weeks $80 per person per course.

BodyPerfect Pilates Studio.  This is a small group class limited spots available.

 Suite 1/ Serpentine Jarrahdale Community Resource Centre.

2 Paterson St. Mundijong 

Call now to register your interest.

Contact Helene 0487761963 for more details.

Increase energy, flexibility and improve overall health with a new and improved series of classes emphasizing core stability while focusing on movement technique, flexibility, posture and balance.

This class is progressive, and participants are encouraged to attend all 

  • Bookings essential please call 0487761963*
  • Group Class 45min.* Min 3 participants.
  • Free on site parking.
  • Pack prices available for past Bodyperfect Pilates participants. (call for more details)

Barre Pilates

Mat versus Studio sessions

What’s The Difference Between Mat Pilates And Equipment Based Pilates?

Similar benefits,

“Both forms will teach you how to use your central core stabilizers, make performing daily activities and sports easier, and tone your body along the way.

Working with resistance and or small props, Pilates exercises, are designed to train the body’s “CENTRAL CORE ” — the abdomen, lower back, hips, and buttocks.

There are pro's and cons to each..

But the question still remains: should you do Pilates on a mat or use the equipment?

This will largely depend on your financial situation, availability and location of classes or sessions to suit your schedule.

Your own personal preference.

Injuries or ongoing pain you may be experiencing..

If you need individual attention mat class is not recommended unless it is a private class.

Studio sessions cater to the needs of the individual with private or semi-private sessions.