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What is PILATES?
Pilates is a series of controlled movements with a strong mind/body focus. Pilates has a strong awareness of strengthening core stabilising muscles, and increasing flexibility to create a more balanced body.
What is clinical PILATES?
Clinical Pilates differs from general Pilates in that it is fully supervised. A physiotherapist will firstly provide a detailed assessment, which is followed by a co-ordinated management plan to ensure Pilates exercises are completed correctly and supervised at all times.
Who will benefit from PILATES?
Both Men and Women with any of the following:
From Beginners to Advanced
What is your “core”?
Your core is a group of small muscles that are deep in the lumbar spine and trunk. Your pelvic floor muscles are also part of your core. These muscles act together to stabilise your lumbar spine and trunk during normal movements during the day and also during exercise. Your initial assessment will teach you how to find and activate these muscles.
What is involved in PILATES?
Mum’s and Bub’s classes!
Pilates classes for Mum’s and Bub’s NEW in 2015! Unable to find someone to look after the little one? No problems! Bring bub along for a specialised post-natal class for yourself and your new edition. For more information please give us a call on 9529 8600
All participants are required to have an initial assessment which includes a private introductory session.
Classes are semi-private (max of 4 people)
Senior/pensioner discounts available
Some health funds cover PILATES