Clinical Pilates

What is Pilates?
The Pilates Method is a series of controlled movements with a strong mind / body focus. Pilates strengthens core stabilising muscles and increases flexibility to create a more balanced body.

What is Clinical Pilates?
Clinical Pilates is fully supervised by qualified Physiotherapists who have undertaken further postgraduate training in Pilates.

The therapist will firstly provide a detailed assessment to understand a patient’s pathology, which is followed by a co-ordinated management plan to ensure Pilates exercises are completed correctly and supervised at all times.

At BSSC Clinical Pilates, we offer a range of rehabilitation and conditioning programs specifically for:

  • Chronic Back Pain
  • Sport injury rehabilitation
  • Body conditioning / toning
  • Osteoporosis
  • Women’s health
  • Pre and post natal

There are a number of training options available, individual, small group and mat classes. We initially recommend some one-on-one sessions to ensure you learn the correct techniques. Once you are able to master your program then progression to small group classes will still provide close monitoring of your technique. The small groups ensure your individual needs are met and new and challenging programs are developed. The mat classes are an economical and fun way to achieve your own fitness goals.

To make an appointment, or to find out more about Clinical Pilates, please phone our dedicated pilates facility on 9596 8233.


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