Whether they’re working on an upcoming film or simply staying in shape, numerous celebrities have been spotted across various Australian gym and fitness institutes to maintain their figure – and you can visit too.
By downloading the MINDBODY app, users can see the full list of fitness hot spots to attend and workout like a celebrity.
Rebel Wilson (pictured on right), Hugh Jackman and pop superstar Dua Lipa are some of the A-list celebrities who have left others star struck and motivated to exercise more
Sydney fitness, wellness and pilates clubs
When Rebel Wilson is back on home soil she chooses to head to the Sydney-based SOMA institute – her favourite luxury health and wellbeing club.
SOMA offers an exclusive range of fitness options for clients including a strength studio, personalised classes and spa.
Earlier this year Rebel’s personal trainer Jono Castano Acero posted a photo with the actress saying how proud he was of her weight loss journey, after Rebel wrote on Instagram saying 2020 will be ‘The Year of Health’.
Last month amid a Sydney visit for the 2020 Margi Gras parade and performance, Dua Lipa stopped by the popular KX Pilates studio.
The Pilates business unleashes client’s ‘true potential’ through intensive movement, with every 50 minute session including time on their world-class reformers.
The day she was spotted in town the ‘New Rules’ singer shared an image wearing a leotard, in what looked to be preparation for a show, perhaps suggesting these workouts help her with her career.
The day she was spotted the ‘New Rules’ singer shared an image wearing a fluro green leotard with an anime girl in shock on the front (pictured)
Television personality Sonia Kruger and influencers Elle Ferguson and Pip Edwards are also all fans of Bondi studio, The Well, which offers a sauna experience after you sweat.
Channel Seven’s Sally Obermeder is a member at Double Bay’s luxury gym Shelter, while Home and Away favourite Erika Heynatz frequents the area’s new Vive Active Pilates studio.
New Zealand model Nikki Philips commonly attends Fitness Playgound classes, known for fast, high-intensity workouts.
Channel Seven’s Sally Obermeder is also a member at the luxury gym Shelter and Home and Away favourite Erika Heynatz frequents Double Bay’s new Vive Active Pilates studio (stock image)
Byron Bay wellness clubs
Model, television host and former People’s Choice Award winner Rachel Finch looks after herself with Infrared sessions at Nimbus and Co in Byron Bay.
The mother-of-two often shares images to her 286,000 Instagram followers demonstrating different ways to be active at the gym, at home or in open areas, such as at the beach.
Entrepreneur and author Lisa Messenger, as well as Instagram favourite Mimie Elashiry, stop by Bende when in Byron Bay for a moment of zen.
Neighbours star Sharon Johal and Singer Bonnie Anderson also keep fit in Byron by visiting Tribute Boxing – a mix of boxing, cardio and functional exercise to replicate a day in the life of a professional boxer.
Rachael Finch (pictured) often shares images to her 286,000 Instagram followers demonstrating different ways to be active at the gym, at home or in open areas, such as at the beach
Queensland fitness gyms
Further north along the east coast of Australia, Lorna Jane Clarkson, founder of the Lorna Jane activewear retailer, is known to frequently workout at Forme Fitness.
The luxury boutique studio is Brisbane’s most premium private personal training studio for those who are committed to developing their fitness.
Tailored wellness plans are available to suit your individual needs and requirements.
Further north along the east coast of Australia, Lorna Jane Clarkson (pictured), founder of the Lorna Jane activewear retailer, is known to frequently workout at Forme Fitness
Melbourne fitness clubs
Back down in the trendy city of Melbourne, popular DJ Tigerlily hits up the STRONG studio to work on her strength.
The ‘cardio-infused’ club shakes things up by combining a mix of Megaformer Pilates with rowing.
The Rowformer is an innovative machine, notably the first of its kind fostering strength and resistance.
Each class has 15 reformer ‘beds’ for more intimate and one-on-one attention with the STRONG trainer.