Frequently asked questions
Q: Is the studio open to everyone or only those with Parkinson’s?
A: The BBFS is suitable for those with any form of movement disorder due to the specialised equipment available however the BBFS caters to all ability and fitness levels. All members receive a personalised program from our Exercise Physiologist. In addition, all of the group classes have a low/moderate/high intensity rating and therefore cater for all abilities.
Q: What is the price to become a member:
A: The BBFS membership is $25 per week direct debited fortnightly ($1.95 processing fee will be applied on a fortnightly basis). This gives you unlimited access to the studio between 8am-4pm on weekdays in addition to all group classes.
Q: Is there a joining fee?
A: There is no joining fee however given the initial assessment with the Exercise Physiologist is included in the membership, there is a four-month lock in contract to the membership.
Q: Can I place my membership on hold?
A: Yes – You are able to suspend or hold your membership for a maximum of four weeks per calendar year with no additional charge. If you wish to hold your membership for longer than four weeks, a two week ($50 – plus transaction fee) re-joining fee will apply on your return.
Q: Can I pay for a year membership upfront?
Q: Can I use my NDIS funding to pay for the membership?
A: As we are an approved NDIS provider this is possible under ‘Capacity building’. BBFS Is able to invoice the member for a six or twelve month membership.
Q: Can I use my private health for the membership?
A: If your private health fund offers services for a “gym membership” our Exercise Physiologist is able to complete the required form to justify why you may need the BBFS membership. Health Partners, AHM, HCF and Teachers Health offer this depending on your level of cover. Please check with your private health provider.