We are all feeling for our Australian neighbours. The majority of us will know someone, have friends and/or family directly effected.

The scale of devastation is heartbreaking, we see how this has impacted people, their communities, the land and the estimated 1 billion helpless animals who have lost their lives. The country has a long path to recovery over the next decade.

This event is created to raise funds for WIRES, every cent raised will be donated directly to WIRES.

WIRES (NSW Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service Inc.) is Australia's largest wildlife rescue organisation their mission is to actively rehabilitate and preserve Australian wildlife. You can see more about them here: wires.org.au

I've chosen this organisation based on the significant long-term challenge ahead to rehabilitate surviving wildlife. Breeding programs will be established but their natural habitats have been destroyed. Funds will help WIRES to reinstate native habitats, to provide long term sources of food and water, an essential factor that will contribute to the success of the breeding programs and rebuilding the various populations effected.

HIIT Pilates is NOT traditional Pilates!...This is high intensity interval training using Pilates principles. The Tabata method (20 seconds work, 10 seconds rest) is used to get the heart rate up. Tabata is scientifically proven as the most effective way to burn fat & build long lean muscle, sound good?!

Show your support, grab a mat and set your Saturday up to be awesome beginning with a morning sweat out, followed by a dip in the sea to cool off if you feel like it! Expect a fun, upbeat class suitable for all fitness levels, the sounds will be pumping with high energy music to keep you motivated.

Please bring CASH for donations and raffle if you chose to enter (details on prize to come)

Mat, Towel, Water

$7 flat parking rate on weekends at the Fanshawe St car park. Find out more.

Kids ride free on public transport on weekends and public holidays. Find out more

Last updated: 22 January 2020