Prenatal Pilates FAQ

All for One Prenatal Pilates classes are small group classes with a maximum of 4 people per class and are designed and run by All for One’s Physiotherapy team so you know you are in the safest hands. The classes are individualised which means that everyone in the class has their own program so that the class is perfectly suited to your individual needs. Your program will be adjusted as your progress through pregnancy so it is always at the right level and matched to your needs.

Why Pilates?


Pilates is a fantastic, low impact way to strengthen and increase mobility throughout your pregnancy.


No matter what stage of pregnancy you’re at, if you’re suffering from nausea, pain, or feeling great, in our Prenatal Exercise classes you know that you can get your body moving safely under professional guidance.


We focus on strengthening the muscles around the hips and pelvis, spinal flexibility, particularly at the later stages of pregnancy, upper body work to prepare you for holding baby, and gentle core work as appropriate to prepare for birth


When can I start?


Because our prenatal Pilates classes are individualized you can start at any stage of pregnancy. The earlier the better! The classes are suitable to do the whole way through pregnancy and are safe to do right up until childbirth.


What time are classes on?


Classes run 6 days a week, Monday to Saturday and we have times in the morning, during the day and in the evenings so you can be sure we will find some times that work for you!


How do I get started?


The first step is to come in for a one on one assessment with one of our Physiotherapy team so we can see do a full body assessment for you and put together a program for you as well as some exercises to do at home if needed. After this assessment you can then progress to the group classes.


How do I book?


Just click ‘Book Appointment’ in the top right corner or call 8319 9945. If you have any questions please give us a call or email