Clinical Pilates North Ryde
Our Clinical Pilates classes are run by trained instructors and certified Physiotherapists, making it an ideal environment for individualised movement to be tailored to your goals and movement abilities. When you immerse yourself in our Pilates classes, we will follow six (6) core principles.
Concentration is focused on the starting position and performing slow and smooth movements of each area of the body. Our small class sizes help minimise distraction and allow your concentration to enhance your experience.
A refreshing sensation is experienced as we teach efficient breathing techniques. Deep breaths relax the body and provides a better focus. Coordinating breathing with movement is most beneficial.
By providing examples of muscle activation, each movement aims to be completed with control, understanding that this may be a different experience for everyone.
All movements start from centering – engaging the core muscle group that assists with the majority of movements. These muscles include (but are not limited to) your diaphragm, gluteals and pelvic floor muscles. These core muscle groups create a ‘powerhouse’, where movement is generated. A fundamental goal of Pilates is to strengthen your ‘Powerhouse’.
The precision of each movement is important and can be modified to help you achieve these positions in a way that is possible and beneficial for YOU.
Movement should start from a strong and engaged ‘powerhouse’ (core) and flow gently and slowly.
What is Clinical Pilates?
Clinical Pilates is a form of exercise that combines bodyweight and resistance strength and conditioning training to focus on control, posture, strength and flexibility and considers your injuries and physical needs. Clinical Pilates classes are different from regular pilates as exercises are tailored to each individual, no matter their experience, stage of recovery or rehabilitation goals.
Who is Clinical Pilates for?
Pilates is for EVERYBODY! We keep our class sizes small, so you receive an individualised experience.
Pilates can be adapted for everyone. Pilates movements can work to improve pain levels, mobility, strength, coordination and movement confidence, no matter your level of activity.
You may want to gently improve your activity levels, play social sports, keep active, are pregnant, undergoing rehab following surgery or are a professional athlete; everyone can benefit from the power of Pilates.
Clinical Pilates is a form of exercise that combines body weight, resistance strength and conditioning training to focus on control, posture, strength and flexibility. It considers any of your injuries and physical needs, unlocking the power of body control to facilitate improving your physical capabilities. Clinical Pilates classes are different from regular pilates as exercises are tailored to each individual, no matter their experience, stage of recovery or rehabilitation goals. If you are ready to experience the power of Clinical Pilates, book online now or call us on 0413 708 117 for more information.
5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
8:00 am – 9:00 am
9:00 am – 10:00 am
Clinical Pilates North Ryde FAQs
At Any Stage Physiotherapy, we can incorporate reformer and mat Pilates techniques. Each requires slightly different positions and levels of experience. Our amazing instructor, Elisha, can guide you through the different techniques and demonstrate how one or both may benefit you.
No. A referral for clinical Pilates is not required.
You are free to experience our Clinical Pilates class at a time that best suits you.
Yes! Our Pilates classes are guided by Elisha, a qualified Physiotherapist, and incorporates a functional approach, which allows you to utilise your health insurance. The amount covered is dependent on your policy.