Clinical Pilates

Strength, flexibility, prevention and healing through movement.

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What is Clinical Pilates?

Clinical pilates is a form of pilates that focuses on posture, core strengthening, focus, balance, control, strength, breathing, and flexibility. It is often used alongside physiotherapy to help you recover from injuries or injuries after surgery. It is particularly effective in relieving or eliminating chronic pain such as low back or neck pain by strengthening and retraining your core and stabilization muscles to support your spine and posture in the way that it should.

Clinical Pilates

"What is the difference between Clinical Pilates and Pilates?"

What is the difference between Clinical Pilates and Pilates?

Clinical Pilates classes take a more personalised approach to treatment and are all run by highly trained Physiotherapists. Exercises are specific to your individual needs (as determined by a trained professional). This form of Pilates will adapt and change to suit your level and abilities. If injuries become aggravated through exercise, medication, or otherwise, then the program will adapt to your current physical status. The goal of Clinical Pilates is to help activate the specific muscles in your body that will bring the biggest rewards, namely fast and safe recovery and a return to full physical capacity. Rather than giving a general exercise program your Clinical Pilates trainer uses their knowledge and training to provide an individualised program which targets specific muscles. Our Physiotherapist, will understand the needs of your body and prescribe a pilates program that will get you living pain free.

Pilates can be beneficial for anyone with nagging pain, chronic pain, or when recovering from an injury. What you need to keep in mind is that general Reformer Pilates may not always be the most appropriate activity for certain injuries and unique personal needs. Performing exercises that are not appropriate for your injuries or physical condition may put you at further risk of injury or aggravation of the existing trauma. Physiotherapists are experts in understanding how this form of training deals with injury and healing. Whether your looking for greater overall health, an improvement in body stability, preparation for having a baby, strengthening your pelvic floor, healing an injury, enhancing balance and coordination, correcting posture, reducing neck and lower back pain, or strengthening your core and improving your flexibility- Clinical Pilates will be incredibly beneficial for you.

At our Clinical Pilates Studio in Yarraville, all of our classes are taken by Physiotherapist’s only, so you know that you are getting the benefit of 4 years of University study on the human body. Our Physiotherapist’s use their knowledge of anatomy, pathology and clinical reasoning to design a personalised program for you and then constantly monitor your progress to update your program as needed.  Are you wanting to try Clinical Pilates in Yarraville? Call 8319 9945 to discuss your needs with a Physiotherapist today.

Our Team

Experts in their field, specialists in holistic health

Nicole Van Der Zee

Nicole Van Der Zee Yoga Teacher / Meditation Guide

Luke ODonnell

Luke ODonnell Massage Therapist

Kasey Frawley

Kasey Frawley Meditation & mindfulness practitioner

Mika Kamikubo

Mika Kamikubo Massage Therapist

Electra Tomasino

Electra Tomasino Psychologist

Gen Braund

Gen Braund Yoga Teacher

Elle Hodgeman

Elle Hodgeman Pilates Instructor

Richard Scott

Richard Scott Principal Physiotherapist / Director

Nadine Scott

Nadine Scott Guest Host / Director

Vee Zivkovic

Vee Zivkovic Reformer Pilates Instructor

Lucy Bourchier

Lucy Bourchier Yoga Teacher

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