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Improve your stability, bulletproof your core and feel good in your body. Pilates is the ultimate strength and conditioning movement system that allows you to connect with your body and solidify its foundations. Great for balance, core strength, injury prevention & rehabilitation, strengthening, conditioning and endurance.


Available at our Collingwood Studio:
Small-group Reformer Pilates Mat Pilates Classes (both heated and unheated classes available.

Reformer Pilates

A Pilates Reformer is a bed-like movement frame that rolls back and forward on wheels and uses springs for resistance. Performing a huge variety of poses and exercises on the reformer enables controlled and supported movement that is organised, targeted and safe.

Great for posture, injury prevention, rehabilitation and developing sound, full-body movement patterns with strength and control. Our high-quality Reformers can be modified and adjusted to suit many body types, movement patterns, resistance levels and preferences.

Taught by diverse, experienced teachers in a laid-back and welcoming way.

  • Grip Socks are required for all Reformer Classes (available at reception)
  • 45 minutes long
  • Reformer Studio only accessible via stairs
  • Only 7 beds per class
    • More attention from your teacher
    • Limited availability (bookings essential)
  • Strict cancellation, no-show and late arrival policy apply

All class styles are open to all levels of experience. The classes just have different areas of focus:

  • Mellow (Focus on stretching and rehabilitating the body)
  • Dynamic (focus on getting the heart-rate up and making you sweat with more reps and speed)
  • Power (focused on strength and conditioning

Mat Pilates

Alignment, conditioning, strengthen, rehabilitation. Using props, body weight, and a careful attention to your movement patterns, these classes are a great way to reset the body. 

  • Can feel more challenging than reformer
  • These classes are included in Mat -pricing and membership
  • 45 minutes long

All class styles are open to all levels of experience. The classes just have different areas of focus:

  • Mellow (Focus on stretching and rehabilitating the body)
  • Dynamic (focus on getting the heart-rate up and making you sweat with more reps and speed)
  • Power (focused on strength and conditioning

New to Pilates?

As with everything in life, the first steps in Pilates are the hardest. All our classes are suitable for beginners  but there are ways to ensure that the start of your Pilates journey is a positive one:

Slow or fast? Strong or gentle? Mat Pilates or Reformer? Often, a dynamic and fast-paced class like can feel intimidating and overwhelming if you are just returning to movement. It can leave newbies feeling like Pilates is too hard for them, despite being encouraged to rest and skip as much as you need to. Choose a style that suits your pace and requirements and gives you time to find your feet and learn how to breathe and move or set up your reformer. And above all, be kind to yourself.

Give yourself the time before your first few classes, to chat to the teacher and let them know you are a newbie. Ask anything you are unsure about and give yourself the space to figure out the lay of the land (or studio or reformer 🙂 ) rather than rushing in last-minute and hoping for the best. You will also need to register before your first class so allow an extra few minutes there.

This might seem a little controversial – you’d think at first, being as close to the teacher as possible is best right? In reality, most teachers don’t really demonstrate much as they would rather connect with the peeps in class. So the easiest way to see what is going on is to see the other students doing it. And that is really hard from the front row. Also, the back row can feel safer and less exposed, leaving you to focus on learning and trying.

EVERYone is a beginner at some point. We all struggled, stumbled, felt like we were going to break (and many of us still do 🙂 ). Your practice will keep changing and expanding but you have to start somewhere. The good thing is that at I Am That, there is no right or wrong and the only one judging you is yourself. Everyone else is busy focusing on their own practice. If you do nothing more than observe your breath for even a minute, you have already had a perfect class.

Every class is different, every teacher has a different style and some might suit you better than others. Allow yourself to find your practice.

Your breath is the foundation of all movement. Keep breathing. Even if that means skipping an exercise or 2.

Introduction to your Reformer - Tutorial

If you have never been on a Reformer before, they can look quite intimidating and scary. We get it!

In reality, Reformers actually keep you safe when you move. 

So in order to de-mystify this amazing machine, we have put together a FREE Intro video so you can get acquainted with your Reformer before your first class!

BOOK a Class


Intro Offer:

New to the studio? You can try our Pilates classes in various Intro offers. Reformer only or with our Yoga, Mat Pilates and Sauna offering here:

Passes and Packs

Enjoy a single class or buy a pack of 10 and get 1 free: Community Subsidised pricing available for Mat Pilates if needed.


Mat Pilates is included in all our membership options. Reformer in some. Combine a weekly sauna session and yoga with your pilates classes and save significantly:

Acknowledgement of Country

I Am That – Yoga | Pilates | Wellness acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Custodians of this unceded land on which we practice, teach and share space and offering with you, in: Yálla-birr-ang [Collingwood]. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and future, and the Aboriginal Elders of other communities, as well as to all the teachers that have passed down their wisdom and the ancient tradition of Yoga.

We are committed to stand in solidarity with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the fight for justice and real land rights and to pay the rent as a portion of our revenues.

Our luck of being able to legally live and earn on these lands is not taken for granted. We are proud to support the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre with a portion of our revenues, acknowledging that safety and security are a human right.