Claudia Buehrer


I am Claudia Buehrer and I am the founder of Create Movement Pilates. Originally from the beautiful Schwarzwald (Black Forest) in South Germany, I migrated to Australia over 13 years ago. I have always lived a very active life cycling, hiking, dancing or in particular snowboarding and skiing, having lived in the Swiss Alps for many years.

However, it was after suffering from a back injury in 2007 that I was first introduced to Pilates. It was the key to my healing and rehabilitation process and it unlocked the door to a lifelong love and passion.

I completed my Certificate 4 and Diploma of Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology with art of motion Australia. and in 2016 completed further training in Slings Myofascial Training® and Diploma Slings Myofascial Training® , a unique training that focuses on postural balance and movement efficiency through promoting qualities of the connective tissue system. My focus lies in further study and developing Pilates techniques that will ensure my classes are kept current, continuously evolving and focus on the individual needs of my clients.

I have worked as a Pilate’s teacher at an osteopathic clinic in Melbourne and a Physiotherapy/Pilates studio in Perth, so I am very experienced in working with clients who suffer from injuries, and both pre and postnatal Pilates, a facet of my work I particularly love.

The best part of my work is helping others, lifting their spirits and sharing my knowledge of Pilates to heal and rehabilitate. I want to encourage and be part of my client’s overall health and wellbeing, through nutrition, sharing recipes that I have tried and tested and regular tips that they can incorporate in their daily lives.

I hope to continue to deepen my knowledge and understanding of Pilates through further teacher trainings around the world.

Pilates is my passion and I want to share it with you.




My name is Sinead. I am a qualified Polestar Pilates International mat teacher. I have recently returned to Australia having spent a year in Scotland for my husbands work. I’m delighted to be given the opportunity to meet some of Create Movement’s clients.

I emigrated to Western Australia in 2011 and immediately fell in love with the Australian approach to health and well-being. Having spent almost 15 years in the construction /engineering finance industry, Pilates was always my go-to movement. I took the plunge after my son Noah was born to educate myself in the movement I found so healing. I qualified in 2016 with Polestar Pilates International and realised while teaching Pilates was completely out of my comfort zone I loved learning and I loved seeing the effect my teaching could have on new clients. Having trained under the guidance of musculoskeletal practitioners , physiotherapists and exercise physiologists, I came away with the knowledge that correct movement patterns can heal a fatigued body and performance in all aspects of life is easier in a pain free vessel. As a keen runner my Pilates training is an essential component to counteract the stresses that running can put on a body.

I appreciate the knowledge that comes with the diversity of the teachers who teach at Create Movement and I’m so looking forward to joining the team.

Sinéad teaches Tuesday’s at 9.30 am and a/v for private session Tuesday: 10.45- 2pm


Vanessa finished her Bachelor of Physiotherapy with honors Melbourne University in 1995.  
Vanessa has finished her 500hr Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training at Moksha Yoga in 2018, She also attended various courses and workshop in teaching Pilates. Her Qualification are DMA clinical Pilates Level3, various courses Stott Pilates, Reformer, Clinical Pilates and Rehabilitation workshops. Sports Massage Certification and recently more workshop and courses in Myofascial Release and Anatomy Trains in Motion. 
Vanessa’s Movement Journey and working as a Physiotherapist is never ending and forever challenging, yet stimulating and rewarding. When teaching, Vanessa endeavors to respect her Teachers and stay true to the source. Today She cannot imagine her life without the practice and helping students to move safely into postures, listening and responding.

Vanessa teaches Monday nights 7.30-8.30 pm and Friday’s 9.30-10.30 am

We are looking forward to opening up another morning class in the near future.