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Just Believe Fit brings together the best of mind body exercise for sustainable fitness and wellbeing.
We embrace the fact that each day is a new day and everyone who walks through our door is different. This is why we have established a unique learning space where participants are able to choose a mix of mind body offerings to suit their individual needs.
Our program combines classes, workshops and seminars to educate for a healthy lifestyle that is enjoyable, practical and sustainable. We offer Pilates, Yoga, Barre, Body Conditioning and Stretch classes taken by friendly, professional staff who want you to feel comfortable simply being you!

So glad I found this boutique fitness studio in Thornbury. Professional instructors who know their stuff and love to have a laugh as well. Pilates, yoga, barre and stretching are all things I’ve been meaning to try for years because ‘they’re good for me’, but Marisa and team are finally showing me exactly how good for me it is. I’m now a believer! A bit of hard work as well as amazing stretching is a great mix to try.

Natalie Staaks, Thornbury

Just Believe Fit is a fabulous fitness studio. They have an excellent range of classes with highly skilled teaches. Marisa is very inspiring and encouraging, always focusing closely on individual needs. It is a great studio with a strong sense of community. I always look forward to my classes.

Julie Game, Northcote

On behalf of the organising committee for the Medical Radiation Science Educators’ Conference, I would like to thank you for your presentation on maintaining our physical well-being.

The feedback from the delegates was of the utmost praise for your enthusiasm, professionalism, and the passion with which you engaged the audience.

The session was a resounding success and balance of concern, and humour, really helped bring your message of physical well-being across to our group.

We can’t thank you enough, and would highly recommend your session to anyone working in an environment where there is a risk of sitting too long at a computer, or doing repetitive tasks.

Keith Janz, Austin Hospital, Heidelberg