Group & Private Pilates – Tauranga & Online

Do you have aches and pains or poor posture?

Do you want to feel as good as you used to?

Do you want to improve your sporting performance?

Is strengthening your bones a priority for you?

I can help you with all of these 🙂

Pilates will teach you how to reduce wear and tear and move in a way that’s best for your body.  You’ll start to look really well and feel great, so you can get on with living your best life!

You’ll also tone up, improve your posture & balance, get stronger and more flexible and look healthier, whatever your chronological age.

Most people start with lessons once a week but unless you make a big effort to apply Pilates principles to your everyday movement, physical improvements will be slow.  

Lead Teacher – Sally Campbell

Sally is the Owner and Lead Teacher/Coach. She has been practising Pilates for more than 25 years. Previously in Australia, New York and London and now in Tauranga New Zealand.  She loves seeing Pilates transform clients’ bodies, bringing people back to feeling great with new & confident movement habits so they can live their best lives, free from aches and pains. She teaches in a down-to-earth, straight forward way, with compassion, positivity and humour while challenging you to get the most out of your lessons.  She’s also a great example of how Pilates can improve bone density, having rebuilt her own when the doctors told her it was impossible!  Look out for her Bone Health classes!

When she’s not helping people strengthen and balance their bodies and minds or coaching women over 40 to regain their vitality, she’s often in her garden, at the beach or spending time with her husband and teenage daughter or Mum (Jessie) and sister (Cherry) in Rotorua.

Movement Qualifications:  Balanced Body Advanced Reformer Instructor, CYQ Level 3 UK Certified in Mat Pilates and a certified Buff Bones Instructor.

Other qualifications:  U.K. certified Nutrition Advisor and Red Cross First Aider with a Bachelor of Management Studies from Waikato University, NZ.