Terms of use | Core Connection

There is no contract that is signed or notice period given in the event of you wanting to stop with your classes. It is, however, requested that you inform the studio, should you wish to stop your classes. Fees that have been paid upfront for the month will not be refunded.

Each client is given a permanent time where possible, and this time remains the client's, unless the client ceases to come for more than three consecutive classes, after which the time slot will be given away.

All classes not cancelled within 24 hours of the scheduled time will be charged for in full.

Group class fees are paid monthly and are not transferable.

Please wear clothing that is easy to move in and socks no shoes. It is preferable for men to wear ski pants under their shorts and for ladies not to wear very baggy clothes.

 

 

News Room

15 May 2014

Studio Operating Times March 2015

Core Connection will be operating  from 7.30am - 1pm.

There are two ...

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15 May 2014

Vacancy

Position available for qualified equipment trained pilates instructor. Please send CV and ...

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Testimonials

  • 22 March 2012

    "I have been doing Pilates on and off since 2005. Ever since I started with Pilates my motto was ‘Pilates till I die’, and it still is. I believe you can still be 100 years old and do Pilates. It will keep your body flexible and your mind alive.

    I started with Pilates classes because I wanted to do some form of exercise (and I am not the athletic type) and I suffer from tension in my shoulders, upper back and neck, which leads to tension headaches. The kind and number of classes I have taken per week over the years have varied according to circumstances, but one thing is always the same: miss a class and your body knows it. At the moment I only take one group class a week, and if I miss a class, my upper body is one big spasm the following week. Pilates does not take my condition completely away, but it helps me manage it in a way no medication or physiotherapist can.

    The other thing is that Pilates really is the thinking man’s exercise. I think this is great, as your brain also has to concentrate very hard to control your muscles.

    Furthermore, Pilates has kept my core strong during my first pregnancy (I failed to go to class during the second and it still shows!), and it helped me to strengthen my pelvic floor and core again after I’ve had my children.

    If I could force them, I would have made my mom and all my friends go to Pilates classes to strengthen their bodies and see what amazing things they will actually be able to do when their mind and body work together! Pilates till I die!"

    Anneline Du Preez
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