Clinical Pilates utilises an active treatment approach to assist our clients with building their physical capacity to meet their life demands. Through a directionally biased movement approach, the Clinical Pilates method can help bring awareness to how your body moves through simple exercises that mimic everyday movements.
Addressing muscular imbalances and neural restrictions, Clinical Pilates may help you progress through your recovery much faster than other forms of exercise. Following a thorough clinical assessment, an individualised program is designed suited to your condition and functional restrictions. Physiologically, you will create neural movement patterns in your mind with skilful repetition of exercises geared to your own level.
Clinical Pilates can help with:
- Reduce neck and back (spinal) pain
- Rehabilitation following an injury
- Pre- or Post-surgical rehabilitation (e.g. spinal, shoulder, knee, hip, foot and ankle)
- Preparation for return to sport
- Improve muscle control and address imbalances in the body
- Improve balance and coordination
- General strength, fitness and flexibility
- Develop a mind-body awareness for stress management
Our clinicians are Pilates trained and we utilise state-of-the-art Pilates equipment including Reformers, trapeze bars and the Wundachair to assist with your recovery or injury prevention.
In ten sessions you will feel the difference, in twenty you will see the difference, and in thirty you will have a whole new body.
Joseph H. Pilates, Founder of Pilates