4 Steps to Getting Started at Hara

Getting started at a new studio can be a little bit daunting, especially if you are new to this type of exercise or you have had a bit of a break from exercise. At Hara Beyond Movement Studio in Coffs Harbour we understand that everyone’s body is different and exercise isn’t necessarily a one size fits all. For this reason we pride ourselves on ensuring that every client attends a class that is most suited to their needs. This allows all students to get the most out of each class.

We would love to have you join us at Hara, if you’re ready to get started, please follow the steps below.

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Registration Form

Please complete a registration form so we can get to know you and start to understand your needs and can recommend the level of classes that will be best for you to start in.

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Evaluation

Once we receive your registration form we will contact you via email or phone for further information. Together we will determine the classes that are the best fit for you and if required we will ask you to come in for a one on one initial consultation.

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Payment

Once your classes have been decided upon, we will send you a welcome email with all of the details of your classes and you can then make payment.

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YOUR FIRST CLASS

After payment has been made you can then attend classes.


I really enjoy the ‘additional therapy’ of interaction with classmates. Talking with others is always comforting. It reminds me that everyone has their own particular pain and problems (it’s not just about me!) … so, it’s a sharing thing. It’s also like attending art classes, where teachers encourage students to mingle with other students because, “ … you will learn even more by interacting with other students.” And it’s true.”
— Ade

I am really proud of how far my body has developed & strengthened I’m really loving the combo of Pilates reformer & barre. I’m just loving them both... I think Barre gives my body that good stretch that it needs!
— KB