Globally renowned Fluidform expands to Newcastle
Fluidform Pilates has built a formidable reputation in Pilates and movement worldwide, from operating three studios across Australia in Surry Hills, Clovelly, and Byron Bay, alongside the global online platform, Fluidform at Home. Launching their Newcastle-based studio this May will round out Fluidform’s studios to four!
Fluidform founder, Kirsten King is passionate about partnering with like-minded individuals to continue to share the Fluidform methods around the world. Having worked alongside King for many years, it was a natural decision for Louisa Cutler to expand the brand into our very own Newcastle region.
A leading NRL sports physiotherapist, Louisa has over 14 years of experience and holds a double degree in Physiotherapy and Sport Science, cultivating an extensive clientele of professional athletes, becoming the first female on-field medico in NRL history.
Fluidform Newcastle is bringing a modern approach to functional movement to the region, combining strength with the art of rehabilitation. Located in the East End hub of Newcastle’s Hunter Street, the studio welcomes a wide range of clients from beginners to professional athletes, seeking improvement to their fitness and overall wellbeing.
“Fluidform provides a program to create a more balanced body that is more durable to perform tasks from everyday function to playing sport at an elite level. When the opportunity came up to become part of the Fluidform family it was a no brainer, and to be able to bring Fluidform to Newcastle is even more exciting,” Louisa shared.
Fluidform Newcastle will officially open their doors to the public on Saturday the 7th of May with a Community Open Day, offering a range of bespoke classes across mat and reformer Pilates. Open classes will be available to book online here for $10 per class, with all proceeds being donated to local organisation, Got Your Back Sista.