Aligned for Life Pilates works with many community groups, sporting clubs and schools.  Find some of our supporters below.

Wheel Women

Our programs and rides allow women to motivate and challenge themselves, while supporting others along the way. With guidance from accredited coaches, Wheel Women creates a judgment-free learning environment for you to build your confidence and achieve your goals. You do not need a lycra kit or a super expensive bike, we just want you to be comfortable.

www.wheelwomenaustralia.com/

Red Dust

Generations of Indigenous Australians in remote communities have lived a life impacted by poor health. This affects the whole community, especially young people. Red Dust believes that good health is the key to a bright future and that health outcomes can only be made possible through a two-way exchange with communities. Red Dust delivers innovative health promotion programs in partnership with remote communities that encourage Indigenous youth to learn more about health and inspire them to live a healthy lifestyle.

www.reddust.org.au

Western Bulldogs

Aligned for Life has worked with the Western Bulldogs for many years.  Supporting players strength and flexibility.

www.westernbulldogs.com.au/

Melbourne City Football Club

Melbourne City Football Club is a professional football club that competes in the major Australian domestic competition, the Hyundai A-League, the top tier of women’s football, the Westfield W-League, and the Foxtel National Youth League. Katrina Edwards has also come on board at the Melbourne City Football Club as the Sports Specific Conditioning Coach.

www.melbournecityfc.com.au

Victorian College of Arts

The Victorian College of the Arts, within the Faculty of VCA and MCM at the University of Melbourne’s Southbank Campus is situated on the land occupied by 1000 generations of Australia’s first people. The VCA is committed to providing a deep and transformative learning experience in pursuit of artistic excellence, innovation and an absorbing education. We welcome you to a community of artists of all sorts: contemporary artists and writers, choreographers, musicians, designers, performers, actors, filmmakers, dancers and many more, all committed to the production of new artistic work.

vca.unimelb.edu.au

Australian Ballet School

Informed by meaningful history and motivated by the exciting possibilities of the future of dance in Australia and abroad, the School is committed to achieving exceptional student outcomes in a unique, nurturing culture that embraces creativity, artistic expression and passion. Katrina Edwards also works with the Australian Ballet School as the Strength and Conditioning Coach.

www.australianballetschool.com.au

The Specialist Sport Program at Maribyrnong College was set up by the Department of Education and Victorian State Government to assist student athletes achieve a balance between their academic, sporting and life goals.  Planning commenced in 2005 with a Project Team operating form the Department of Education’s Office of Learning and Teaching.

maribsc.vic.edu.au/

Mount Alexander College is a public co-educational secondary college that provides a nurturing learning environment and strives for academic excellence.  In 2012 Debney Park Secondary College changed to Mount Alexander College.  The name Mount Alexander College references the school’s long history in its current location, and its position in the Flemington community.

www.mountalexandercollege.vic.edu.au

The Western Crusaders/Foxes is an American Football club based in Footscray, west of Melbourne.

Founded in 1998, the Western Crusaders have since expanded their organization to include both a junior team and a women’s team (the Foxes).

The club has a proud history of success that includes three senior men’s championships, one women’s championship and one junior championship.

westerncrusaders.com.au