Our Clinical Exercises Classes* are not just for fitness, but are designed specifically to target your musculoskeletal problems. This may be to reduce pain and tightness, and to strengthen and stabilise specific parts of the body. Current research proves that body areas that have been injured can lose stability, which can lead to muscle spasm, causing pain and tightness. Our Physiotherapists and Exercise Physiologists have training in Clinical Pilates from DMA Clinical Pilates, and The Pilates Institute of QLD ( who are Physiotherapists) and some exercises are influenced by Pilates, as well as Physiotherapy.
You must have a full musculoskeletal Assessment with a Physiotherapist or Exercise Physiologist here, before starting Clinical Exercise Class Therapy.
Clinical Exercise Classes, is therapy run in small groups:
Independent Gym Sessions designed specifically for you using our gym and Pilates equipment ( reformer, trapeze table, wunda chair, bosu)
Semi-Private Group (max. 3 people), Individual Therapy.
We recommend that you attend at least 2 classes per week for optimal benefits! Our Classes run in 10 week terms, but you are able to join at any time throughout the term . Please ask at Reception for start dates.
Clinical Exercise Therapy safely improves:
Clinical Exercise Therapy helps you to be your best physically and prevent further injury.
The APA (Australian Physiotherapy Association) states that:
“Physio sessions are a mixture of clinically appropriate exercises, which may include exercises delivered on Pilates equipment or exercises drawn from Pilates that target their particular needs. Physios deliver these exercises within an evidence-based and therapeutic framework, rather than purely for fitness.”
*Classes are claimable from most Private Health Insurance Funds.
*Make up policy – Non attendance without prior notification will be charged at the normal class rate. Makeup classes must be used during the current term, classes will not be carried over to the next term.
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