What is Clinical Pilates?
Contemporary Clinical Pilates aims to promote leaner muscles, improved posture, core strength, and balance. It involves a series of movements that follow the principles of alignment, coordination, stamina, relaxation, breathing and concentration.
Pilates is a mode of exercise suitable to most populations and is designed to be modifiable to a person’s individual needs. It can be used to address specific musculoskeletal concerns, improve balance and body awareness or simply to promote general health and wellbeing.
These sessions are run by an Accredited Exercise Physiologist with additional training in Pilates. This level of expertise means exercises can be modified for individuals with existing injuries or complex health profiles.