Xtend Barre Joondalup is located in the Northern Perth suburb of Currambine. Conveniently located near the Mitchell Freeway, our studio is just off Shenton Ave on Delamere ave, and is situated in the same complex as Dome and behind Currambine Centro Shopping Complex and Grand Cinemas. There is also ample parking and close to public transport.
Here’s some handy advice for your first trip to see us at Xtend Barre:
Arrive 20 minutes early.
Grip socks are required. You can bring your own or we have some for purchase.
Bring a towel and water bottle.
We have lockers, changing rooms, and restrooms available for your use.
Entry into class is not permitted 5 minutes after the start of class.
Let your instructor know if you have any injuries or are pregnant. They are happy to help with
modifications throughout class.
If you need to change your class, be sure to do so at least within the cancellation period.
Xtend Barre Joondalup offers something on the timetable for everyone and every body, you can join multi–level, safe, fun and extremely effective fitness classes under the eyes of expert trainers who work with you on your individual goals.
Programs include Xtend Barre, Xtend Stick, Xtend Sweat and Xtend Pilates.
Jasmina Rixom co-owner Xtend Barre Perth and Xtend Barre Joondalup raised in Perth WA. Her fun loving style and jovial personality will carry you through the challenges of a class. Ballet Lunges are her favourite exercise she loves the feeling of every leg muscle working. Jasmina loves tropical holidays and sunshine.
Amy grew up in Perth and from age 4 was on the stage performing various styles of dancing. Amy continues to performs in Perth, works in healthcare and has a great interest in health and wellbeing . Amy loves Xtend Barre and seeing clients working on their technique and having fun in class.
I started dancing when I was 10 in the uk and as soon as I started I knew it was what I one day wanted to do as a job, so I could pass my love for all things movement onto others. I am now a fully qualified teacher in Ballet, Tap, Modern, Freestyle and Gymnastics, and now I am very lucky to call myself an Xtend Barre Teacher too. I took my first xtend barre class in Syndey and fell in love straight away. My first thought was “this would be an awesome job”, and I was absolutely right. After moving over to perth I then took my teacher training in Xtend and now love being able to teach in such beautiful studios with amazing clients and colleagues.
I was raised in Perth, Western Australia and have always been active and energetic from the moment I could walk. I have been dancing for 14 years and have trained in Jazz, Tap, Contemporary, Hip-Hop and Pilates conditioning.
When I became a teenager, my love for dancing broadened into a love of anything health and fitness related… So when I found Xtend Barre it was a match made in heaven! I love how strong, yet graceful it makes me feel and how the simplest dance technique can sculpt, challenge and work the whole body!
Nicky has been dancing for almost 15 years and has always loved the feeling of moving with control and purpose.
She is amazed at how much strength she has gained from this ballet-inspired workout and can’t wait to help you feel amazing too.
Kaity is all about endurance, as a long distance runner and swimmer she knows what the body is capable of, this love of the body let her to Pilates. When Kaity’s not hanging upside down in a Pilates studio you will find her at the beach, with her darling friends or finding a new tasty vege to eat.
I found a passion for Yoga through suffering many serious injuries in my professional career of bodyboarding. After breaking my back I was living in constant pain so I turned to Yoga as a form of self healing, and sure enough it worked. A few years later I became a teacher of Yoga and Pilates with the hope of teaching others what I have learned in my journey so far. Since then I have really fallen in love with mindful movement and finding ways to explore challenging movements in a fun and safe way. I don’t teach Barre but I love practising it. It’s a very fast paced and upbeat class, the opposite of Yoga, and it’s very humbling to be a beginner at something again.