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What we offer

Every Capital Pilates client will receive an individual program which includes floor exercises for home. Programs are regularly updated to cater for client progression and changing circumstances.

The studio is open Monday  to Saturday. We have time slots available to cater for clients wanting sessions before, after work or during the day. Two or three sessions per week will give clients the best chance of achieving their goals.

Our booking system allows for regular weekly time slots but also provides flexibility to cater for changes in client  commitments from week to week. Each session lasts for one hour and is carried out in a semi-private small group environment. Regular private sessions are also available.

How to get started

Clients must firstly attend two private sessions. The first session is an Initial Assessment which includes gathering client medical history, performing a movement analysis and postural assessment and discussing personal needs and goals.

During the second session, the Program Session, clients are introduced to the underpinning techniques as well as the exercises which form part of their Pilates Program.

Following the two private sessions, options are available for either individual private sessions or semi-private group sessions.

Who we are

Robyn Barker holds a Diploma of Pilates Movement Therapy and is a Level 4 Practitioner. She is registered with the Australian Pilates Method Association, and the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association. With over 30 years experience in all facets of the Pilates Method, Robyn is considered a leading expert in the industry. She is also strength and conditioning coach, and has coached Olympic and World Class athletes as well as accompanied  teams to Olympic Games,  World Championships and Asian Games.

An accomplished athlete in her own right, Robyn has represented Australia in Triathlon and has been an Australian Aquathlon champion. She has also attained her black belt in Tae Kwon Do.

Her passion to empower people through movement led her to form Females in Training, an organisation focusing on women in sport in Canberra.