Prenatal Fitness

The prenatal classes are designed using the best exercises from yoga, pilates, barre and fitness training. Our qualified instructors will educate you on the safest and most effective way to exercise during your pregnancy. Classes are open to all levels of experience.


Do I need medical clearance before attending classes?

We strongly advise all clients receive clearance from their doctor to exercise whilst pregnant.

Do I need to book a class to be able to attend?

We do recommend booking your place in the prenatal classes. Classes are capped for quality control and as a result often book out.

Can I take out a membership whilst I’m pregnant?

Yes, you can. The Barre Addicts Membership is the most popular membership for prenatal clients with the flexibility to suspend for up to 3 months (90 days) whilst you are on maternity leave. There is a minimum 4-month commitment ( 8 fortnightly payments) that must be fulfilled on your contract before exiting ( suspension period not included). See Barre Addicts Membership for full terms and conditions.

Are there any other classes I can attend other than the Prenatal Fitness class?

Yes, our Barre, Yin and Restorative Yoga classes are also prenatal safe, provided you are not suffering from any major pelvic instability. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding this.

Prenatal Online

Want to work out from home? We have a range of online Prenatal specific workouts to help you through all the various stages of your pregnancy. Our Video On Demand subscription service is just $25 per month, no lock-in contract and cancel at anytime.

We also offer a LIVE Stream Prenatal Fitness class on Tuesdays at 12pm.

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Mums & Bubs

These classes are specifically designed to help you regain strength and stability postpartum whilst spending time bonding with your baby. Exercises include a mix of Barre, Pilates, Yoga and Fitness to help you lengthen, strengthen, stretch and tone the body safely.


Do I need  medical clearance before attending classes?

The guidelines for returning to fitness postpartum can vary depending on your circumstances, so we advise getting cleared for exercise by your medical practitioner first before returning to class.

What do I need to bring?

Bring a baby blanket to lay over our mats and any toys that will help keep your baby occupied during the session.

If you have a comfortable and breathable carrier we suggest bringing it with you so that if your baby becomes unsettled, you can strap them to you and do some some standing exercises with your spine supported.

Please note our studio is located upstairs, so bring a carrier or pram that can easily be folded and transported. Monday classes are operated out of Yarraville Gardens.

We also offer a LIVE Stream Mum’s & Bubs class on Wednesdays at 11am.