is a modified form of traditional Pilates exercise used by physiotherapists to help with the rehabilitation and prevention of injuries.
Clinical Pilates uses floor-based exercise together with resistance bands, balls, rollers or weights to allow you to develop muscular strength and control, improved balance and mobility, and better posture.
We place great emphasis on the accurate assessment of your condition in order to design a programme that specifically targets your areas of weakness, to improve function and efficiency, and reduce pain.
We blend clinical knowledge, experience and training to formulate an individualised programme to suit the requirements of each client.
Do you have an injury and you are worried the wrong exercise will make it worse?
Do you feel lost in a Pilates class?
Are you unsure if you are doing core exercises correctly?
If you answered yes to any of these questions then you would benefit from 1:1 clinical Pilates with a Physiotherapist.
Clinical Pilates with a Physiotherapist combines their clinical knowledge with the benefits of modified Pilates, ensuring you exercise in a safe, effective way to strengthen your core, improve your posture and help prevent future injury.
We provide a thorough assessment of your posture, muscle strength and length and your functional ability to provide you with an individualised clinical Pilates Programme. If you currently have an injury or suffer with pain or stiffness we can adapt and modify the Pilates exercises to help in your active recovery and reduce your symptoms.
No more hiding at the back of the class, no more fear of injury or worsening your current injury, just confidence in yourself.
Just like your body, your Pilates programme should be unique
Clinical Pilates can help with:
Back and neck pain
Post surgical rehabilitation
Pelvic floor dysfunction