Class for a Cause - Viva Physio

Get fit and support local charities!

Join us as we combine fitness and charitable support through ‘Class for a Cause’. We guarantee fun, increased fitness and strength, plus the chance to know that your hard-earned money is helping those in need.

Thanks to our viva members and friends, we have raised nearly $2,000 in the past 12 months and we hope you can join us to raise even more!

Entry to each class is by way of a donation of your choice. Class fees received will be donated, in full, to our nominated charity for each quarter. 


Here’s how you can get involved:

Find a class
Check out our timetable and choose which of our Pilates Mat Classes or Therapeutic Yoga Classes suits you best.
You are able to attend up to 4 classes per quarter. 

Book your place
If it’s your first time in our Studio, register by emailing [email protected].
If you have been before, please log in to Mindbody and use the appropriate code to book your class. The code you choose depends on how you would like to make your donation, and how much you’d like to give. Please choose your code below.

Make your donation
You can make your donation in cash on the day or when booking online.

Donating on the day? Please enter the code C4ACCash when you book online. 

Donating when you book online? Please choose from the below codes.
$10 donation – C4AC10 * the normal casual rate is $30.50
$15 donation – C4AC15
$20 donation – C4AC20
$25 donation – C4AC25
$30 donation – C4AC30

Wish to give more? Contact us for details about how to make a donation directly. 

Chron's AustraliaThis quarter, we are supporting the Crohn’s and Colitis Australia

Crohn’s Disease and ulcerative colitis are Iife long gastrointestinal disorders that commonly present themselves in children, adolescents and adulthood.

Collectively known as Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), the conditions are an emerging global disease, with Australia having one of the highest prevalence in the world.  More than 80,000 Australians live with these conditions, with numbers expected to increase to more than 100,000 by 2022.

Our bubbly Head Receptionist Mary suffers from Chron’s disease. Her wish for the future is to enter remission, and for more funding to be provided for research into curing this disease. That way Mary, and so many other young Australian’s like her, can live their life pain free and to their full potential. Read Mary’s story here.