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Pilates

Group & Individual Clinical Sessions

Pilates

Allsports Pilates offers group and individual pilates classes to assist patients in the rehabilitation and prevention of musculoskeletal injury. Allsports Pilates instructors are fully qualified physiotherapists who have undertaken further studies and training in Clinical Pilates. Each of our clinics offer a variety of pilates therapies that are specially designed to suit the individual needs of our patients including:

Individualised Clinical Pilates Programs

Body Tone classes

Mat Pilates classes

Reformer Pilates

Barre classes

Why Choose Clinical Pilates?

Our physiotherapists are:

  1. Highly trained in the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions. They will develop a program that addresses your specific individual needs using the most current research to produce the best results for you.
  2. Experienced in the use of real-time ultrasound, which is used in the Clinical Pilates assessment and treatment to ensure optimal activation of deep core muscles.
  3. Skilled at identifying postural problems and are aware of both muscle and skeletal contributing factors that may need to be addressed.  They will select the most beneficial exercises to improve posture and advise you on helpful strategies at work and at home.
Benefits of Clinical Pilates
  • Improves deep abdominal activation and pelvic floor muscle tone
  • Assists with prevention of lower back and neck pain
  • Improved muscular strength and flexibility
  • Improved posture and core stability
  • Improved overall body tone and fitness
  • Restoration of normal movement patterns
  • Increased co-ordination and balance
  • Enhances sporting performance
  • Safe form of exercise during pregnancy and postpartum
  • Improved bone density (reduces risk of osteoporosis)
Joining the Classes
  • Following your Initial Assessment, an individualised Pilates program is developed and applied by the Physiotherapist to help you improve postural control, optimise motor patterning and address any areas of weakness, tightness and instability.
  • 1:1 private sessions are required prior to class attendance to ensure you are familiar with your Pilates program. Individualised programs are then preformed during group sessions – where your Physiotherapist will modify and progress your exercises as appropriate. It is at the discretion of the Physiotherapist to determine the number of 1:1 sessions required prior to integrating into a group session.

At our JindaleeIndooroopillyCamp HillForest Lake and Parkwood clinics, pilates sessions are organised through our partnership with Q Pilates.