1. A room with yoga mats on the floor and soft lighting.
    Photograph: CorePlus
  2. People working out on reformer machines.
    Photograph: CorePlus
  3. A room filled with pilates reformer machines.
    Photograph: CorePlus
  4. People doing yoga.
    Photograph: CorePlus
  • Sport and fitness | Yoga, pilates and meditation
  • Richmond


This ultra-popular studio has taken over Melbourne's pilates scene

Carolyn Huane

Time Out says

With a whopping 24 studios scattered across Melbourne, there’s more than likely a CorePlus location right around the corner from your home or work. 

There are three disciplines on offer – yoga, mat and reformer pilates – and multiple class types within these brackets to help you get the exact kind of workout you’re looking for, whether that’s a heated yoga flow or cardio-based reformer.

Heated classes are worth trying if you’ve never dabbled, by the way. While the sweat can be
alarming at first, the warmth on muscles helps to improve flexibility and range of movement, in turn helping you get more out of class. CorePlus’ infrared heating technology is designed to
gently warm muscles, reducing risk of injury and testing your form and focus.

CorePlus’ take on yoga and pilates feels premium, considered and accessible, with
architecturally-designed, elevated studios and clean, quality equipment. Their approach to
community welcomes beginners and regulars alike, and all class types are suitable for anyone – no need to wait for infrequent beginners classes to appear on the schedule. There are pre- and post-natal reformer classes too, providing the right level of movement and support for these life moments.

To learn more or to find a studio near you, visit the CorePlus website

Looking to mix up your workouts? Check out our guide to the best exercise classes in Melbourne


192 Bridge Rd
From $30
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