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Fill your Kup

You can fill up your cup, in a literal and figurative sense, at The Kup, Wodonga.

The Kup has been opened to complement its sister business The Klinic, a Pilates studio next door.

Owners Matt and Erin Rockliff say it was an easy decision to continue the K theme.

“We have so many Klinic clients come to regular class times, which means they get to know each other and become Pilates pals,” they said.

“The Kup was opened to allow our Pilates clients to have a place to enjoy but also for outsiders of the Klinic to enjoy great coffee in a fresh space.

“Pilates and coffee, name a better combo! Bringing people together in more ways than one.”

Matt is a landscaper by trade, but switched gears and put the tools down to try something new. 

Erin works behind the scenes, including on socials and paperwork. 

They say it's a “pretty special place”.

The Klinic is a welcoming and inclusive pilates studio offering more than 80 classes per week. 

Its classes have a maximum of six people to ensure clients feel supported no matter their fitness level, Pilates experience or even injury. 

“Our highly trained staff are here to help you move your body in a fun and enjoyable way,” they said.

The coffee shop sources its beans from a local source - Honeybird in Mount Beauty. Find it next to the studio at 4/2 South St, Wodonga.

Theme picker

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