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 Clinical Exercises Assessment with a Physiotherapist or Exercise Physiologist here, before starting classes.
Clinical Exercise Classes, is therapy run in small groups taught by physios and exercise physiologists:
Max. 9 people
Using Pilates stability equipment and small apparatus – foam roller, balance discs, Pilates ring, Theraband, weighted balls
Max. 4 people
Pilates Reformer – Improve strength, flexibility and stability through ‘flowing’ movements. Resistance from pulleys, springs and small apparatus (weight balls, Pilates rings, theraband) gives the Pilates Reformer the opportunity to target specific muscle groups as well as full body challenges
Semi Private Group
Max. 3 people
Your therapist will create an individually tailored program using evidence based exercises
Your program can include exercises using our studio equipment – Pilates Reformer, Trapeze Table (Cadillac), Wunda Chair, Bosu & more
Work through your individual program supervised by a physiotherapist.
Independent Gym Sessions
Your therapist will create an individually tailored programme with evidence based exercises using our studio equipment – Pilates Reformer, Trapeze Table (Cadillac), Wunda Chair, Bosu & more.
Have 2 ‘Set Up’ sessions with your therapist to ensure correct understanding of exercises and use of equipment
Book a time in our studio that suits you, to complete your programme on your own!
Independent Gym Sessions are unsupervised and are not claimable from Private Health Insurers. Your Initial Assessment and 2 Set up sessions are claimable.
Prenatal and Postnatal
Small group class, prenatal and postnatal combined
A combination of Matwork and Reformer
Bring bub along and enjoy ‘kiss ups’ our variation on push ups!
Designed specifically for people with osteopenia and osteoporosis
A circuit class with specific evidence-based exercises to improve bone density
Incorporates strength training, mobility and balance exercises to improve overall mobility, bone strength and prevent falls
Strength for Life
Strength for Life is an ACT Govt Funded programme run by Council on the Ageing (COTA). This progressive training program designed to improve the participant’s strength, balance, coordination and endurance
We hear you snow bunnies! Our Snow Fit Program operates alongside Vertikal Indoor Snow Sports, to deliver a 6 -8 week program target specifically to build strength and endurance for skiers and boarders
Improve strength, stability and flexibility
Focus on plyometrics and balance training to improve control, carving, efficiency and agility
A perfect mix of Pilates and ballet! This upbeat, flowing workout draws principles from ballet positions along with the stability, strength and control of Pilates
Taught by our physio Dominique, who is also a classical ballet dancer and teacher
Try your first class FREE
Initial Assessment and Classes are claimable from most Private Health Insurance Funds.
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.”