Clinical Pilates is individually tailored and provided under the guidance of highly trained physiotherapists. Programs are designed after a thorough strength, flexibility and biomechanical assessment to focus on addressing the root cause of injuries and pain.
The individually tailored programs are ideal for rehabilitation after injury or surgery, for injury prevention, or for promoting general health and well-being.
The benefits of clinical Pilates include:
The short answer is EVERYONE! As our programs are individually designed we can help anyone achieve their goals. However here are some examples of the presentations we commonly see:
– Chronic back and neck pain
– Recurrent soft tissue strains
– Pregnancy related pelvic pain
– Pain related to osteoarthritis
– Athletes during pre-season
– Decreased balance
After the Pilates initial assessment, you will require 1-2 further 1:1 sessions to learn the principles of Pilates and start on your individual Pilates program. This involves using all of the Pilates equipment, including the reformer, trapeze and barrel.
The physiotherapist will then determine your progression to 1:3 group sessions. There is a maximum of three people in each group and your therapist will pay close attention to your needs and ensure you perform all of your exercises correctly to gain optimum results. You are also welcome to continue 1:1 if you prefer.
Sessions are available at different times throughout the week. Please contact us for more details or to book your initial appointment.