Note:  Book your classes: click here

Please bring your own mat and weights if you have them.  We have disinfectant and hand sanitiser available at all classes and enough equipment to keep sharing to a minimum.
Children are welcome.

To purchase your own Pilates/Barre equipment pack, click here

Pack includes:

  • loop band
  • long band
  • sliders (discs)
  • Pilates ball








*Pilates classes in term time only

** Zoom classes:

Pilates: Monday 7.00pm by request

Links available in the members page


Outdoor fitness:
Bicentennial Park, Prince of Wales Drive, West Pymble.  We use the Guide Hall in wet weather

Monday morning: West Pymble Bicentennial Park (rainy days: West Pymble Guide Hall)
Monday evening: Turramurra Community/Senior Centre, Gilroy Lane, Turramurra
Wednesday evening: West Pymble Guide Hall, Prince of Wales Drive

St Johns Church, St Johns Avenue, Gordon

Please bring your own mat and towel and weights if you have them.

I believe passionately in the mental and physical benefits of regular exercise, but don’t just take it from me:

What's in it for me?

Benefits of training with Go for Fit:

  • more ENERGY
  • increased FITNESS
  • FUN
  • stress release
  • better immune system
  • improved posture
  • weight loss

My offer to you

  • fun, outdoor fitness
  • a supportive, encouraging environment
  • motivation
  • weight loss guidance
  • toning
  • improved fitness

What our members say:

After training with Anja for just a few months my energy levels have increased dramatically.  I have 3 young kids & I used to be exhausted by midday each day.  I’d have to have a sleep just so I could make it through to dinner time.  Now I no longer need that midday nap, and I’m also sleeping better at night.  I feel more energetic and I can walk up hills without sweating, puffing…..or feeling like I am climbing Mt Everest.

- Penny

I am transformed in terms of personal fitness and self-belief.

- Andrea

It’s not just being fitter that feels so good, its the amazing self confidence and sense of amazement that comes from overcoming – no, obliterating – a personal boundary. 

- Andrea