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In an era where self-care and wellbeing have become paramount, Aleenta Health Club has emerged as a trailblazer in the health and wellness space. Kylie Roberts is the visionary behind it all and she reflected on what inspired her to embark on this transformative venture. “I started my journey into wellness when I was looking for a day spa after moving to SA from Melbourne in 2002. At that time there were no day spas in Adelaide. I teamed up with a friend and we brought Endota Spa to South Australia. Hard to believe this was almost 20 years ago. I love owning day spas, it’s very rewarding. Women come in exhausted, stressed and leave feeling relaxed and cared for. I wanted to translate this experience into helping women move their bodies more, as we know, that is the number one factor in health and wellness as we age. With this in mind, I created Aleenta Health Club where women could come and enjoy space and time to look after themselves. They can escape the busyness of everyday life and connect with others to have fun and laugh.”

Aleenta supports women as they age and has classes, community, and resources to guide them over their lifecycle. “We have five studios in Adelaide and Melbourne and offer a range of boutique fitness classes to support you on your fitness journey.” The Glenelg studio is located around the corner on Waterloo Street, just off bustling Jetty Road. Perched among the calming treetops, the double studio is the perfect place to find balance, be challenged and rejuvenate. Enjoy Barre, Mat Pilates, Yoga and HIIT in Studio 1 or, Reformer Pilates in Studio 2.

With mental health a crucial aspect of overall wellness, moving your body is more important than ever as Kylie explains, “It’s been proven time and time again. ‘Aleenta’ means to live a rewarding life and that’s what we want for everyone. If you’re mobile and happy you can do those things in life that you find rewarding. The range of classes we offer is varied. If you need cardio and want to sweat it out, you can. Or, if you want a more mindfulness experience and to be present, yoga is amazing.”