Not just for the ‘grumpy back’, but also for people who take their exercise seriously. It strengthens and trains your core, enabling better movement and posture.
Pilates is an exercise regime that helps train the deep postural muscles including the deep abdominals, lower back, the pelvic and hip, and the upper and middle back muscles.
Pilates uses a combination of floor-based exercises and spring resisted equipment to help provide strength, stability and control to the lower back, pelvis, and hips, as well is the upper back, neck and shoulders.
Clinical Exercise has evolved from traditional Pilates with the emphasis on maintaining correct posture, injury rehabilitation, injury prevention, and management of chronic pain. Our Clinical Exercise services are taught by our qualified Physiotherapist. Before joining a class, you need to have a one-on-one assessment with one of our Clinical Exercise Physiotherapists. These classes are run in a maximum 1:3 setting
Reformer classes utilise the reformer machine, a popular machine designed by Joseph Pilates, that assists with correct technique and challenges your muscles developing strength without bulk, improving flexibility, mobility, posture and bone density.
Our Reformer Classes are run by Physiotherapists in a maximum 1:6 setting.