Greg Jacobs
Greg has been involved in the fitness industry for over 20 years. He has worked as a Personal Trainer, Strength and Conditioning Coach, Pilates Instructor and Gym Manager in a number of centres around Melbourne.

Greg was recommended to take up Pilates following a sports injury and consequently went on to become an Instructor in the method. He has been teaching Pilates since 2001 and opened Stable Base in 2005.

Greg believes Pilates fills some of the gaps in other exercise programs and is an excellent method of pre-conditioning athletes and for unfit or injured people to develop a foundation of strength and flexibility.


Rachel Davidson
Rachel has an extensive dance and Rhythmic Gymnastics background having competed in five State and two National Championships for Rhythmic Gymnastics. Rachel completed a Bachelor of Exercise Science at Australian Catholic University specialising in the areas of Health Promotion, Nutrition and Sports Massage.

Rachel was first introduced to Pilates due to a Gymnastics related back injury. Because of the improvements in her own injury Rachel went on to train as an Instructor in the method.

She completed Pilates training with The Australian Pilates Method Association and has been teaching since 2007. Her knowledge of the body and interest in movement has given Rachel a passion to help others improve their quality of life through Pilates.


Felicity Wright
Felicity has a dance and sporting back ground; she started Ballet at the age of 5 and continued dancing many different styles until she found Ballroom and Street Latin. Through her younger years Felicity played Field Hockey at State Level, and participated in many other sports including tennis, competitive swimming, golf and badminton.

Felicity has competed in State and National level Salsa Championships and her passion of Salsa has taken her around the world teaching and performing. Throughout her dancing career Felicity used Pilates to keep her strength and flexibility.

When the opportunity came up to train with the Australian Pilates Method Association she jumped at the chance to expand her teaching knowledge, help others and pass on the benefits Pilates has to offer and has been doing so since 2009.


Dr. Emily Pepper
Emily began dance and yoga at an early age, and it was here that she developed a keen interest in the intricate workings of the body. After gaining experience with a physiotherapist, she decided she wanted to study Osteopathy.

Emily has been working as an Osteopath for the last 4 years, treating a range of injuries and age groups. Emily went on to do further study in the field of pilates, as she has found it has widespread beneficial effects with injury prevention and management and  improvements to posture.