If you’ve never tried reformer Pilates Saturday, 19 September is the perfect opportunity, with free classes all day at Studio Pilates at Springfield.
It’s all in aid of Studio Pilates’ Hundreds for Hope open day, an annual event that helps raise essential funds for children’s cancer research.
Rally your friends, family and work buddies together for an inspiring reformer Pilates class as the day is dedicated to children bravely fighting cancer and those who love them.
Springfield Studio Pilates owner Ashlea Giles said they were looking forward to opening their doors to the community for a good cause.
“Classes are 100 per cent free, but donations to the Kids’ Cancer Project are 100 per cent welcome,” Ms Giles said.
“Every donation counts as we join together and raise funds for children’s cancer research – to find kinder treatments and cures.”
If you can’t make the Hundreds for Hope open day, you can still make a donation online.
Studio Pilates across Australia raised more than $30,000 for The Kids’ Cancer Project through last year’s event.
Free reformer Pilates classes – Saturday, 19 September
Book now by calling 0419 099 488 or register online at www.studiopilates.com/springfield
Orientation classes (if you haven’t done a Studio Pilates class before, this is the one for you) will be held at: 10.30am, 11.30am, 12.30pm and 1.30pm.
Reformer classes will be held at: 6am, 7am, 8am, 9.30am, 3pm and 4pm.
Each class runs for approximately 45 minutes.
Bring along socks (grip socks can be purchased in studio if required), a water bottle, and, if you can, a donation for The Kids’ Cancer Project for your class.
Studio Pilates is located at 8 Wellness Way, Springfield.
This year, the charity has corporate sponsors committed to matching every dollar raised at the event.
“Sadly, three Australian families hear the words ‘your child has cancer’ every day. Three children die from cancer each week. Continued research is the only way to help our kids and find a cure,” Ms Giles said.
Studio Pilates is playing a small part in raising awareness of childhood cancer by hosting Hundreds for Hope annually, with the event taking place every September during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.