Clinical Exercise Sessions2023-04-19T18:22:04+10:00

Our clinical exercise sessions can help with:

• Low back and pelvic girdle pain

• Neck pain and headaches

• Hip and groin pain

• Knee and ankle injuries

• Shoulder rehabilitation including rotator cuff injuries

• Treating pain related to posture

• Balance and mobility issues

• Arthritis and joint injuries

• Osteoporosis and people with low bone density

• Pelvic floor weakness

• Pre and post operative rehabilitation

• Pre and post-natal

• And more

How to join our sessions:

Not one person or injury is exactly alike. Therefore, to get the most out of your sessions, it is important to start with an individual assessment. In this assessment, we will discuss your injuries and/or condition and goals.

We then perform a physical assessment to look at how you move, where you may have weakness or stiffness. This allows us to design a program suited to your needs.

To get started email us to book a clinical exercise class.


What is Pilates?2023-04-04T21:47:09+10:00

Pilates is a form of exercise developed in the 1920’s by German physical trainer Joseph Pilates for rehabilitation purposes. It focuses on improving flexibility, strength and body awareness through precise and controlled movements. Over time, the original work of Joseph Pilates has been modified and modernised to address the need for specific and effective medically and scientifically based exercise therapy.

Why clinical exercise sessions?2023-04-04T21:46:59+10:00

Often pain and symptoms are reduced with Physiotherapy treatments.  However, if there is an underlying imbalance or weakness in your body, your pain and symptoms are likely to return.

Clinical exercise is a method which adopts a scientific approach to rehabilitating an injury, improving posture, balance, core strength and flexibility. Our clinical exercise sessions are an integration of rehabilitative exercises with Pilates inspired movements. Utilising our large Pilates equipment and small equipment, we can have you performing exercises with the amount of resistance and effort most suitable to your current situation.

Who is it for?2023-04-04T21:46:45+10:00

As each program is individualised, our clinical exercises classes are suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels. You will be working on your own exercises and own program, under close supervision and instruction by a physiotherapist.

What can I expect when I start?2023-04-04T21:46:31+10:00

Firstly, we explain the principals of Pilates and teach your key introductory exercises. A physiotherapist is there to help you with the exercises, using the equipment and refining technique. We guide and progress your program as you build confidence.
To gain the most from the classes, like most other forms of exercise, you need to do a series of classes over a period of time. Clinical exercise sessions are one hour long, once per week. There is an option to attend twice per week if you prefer. We keep our class sizes small, so we can assist you to perform the exercises correctly for your individual body and ensure you are getting the most out of your class.