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Pilates Classes in Adelaide

Our 40 minute Pilates at multiple locations around Adelaide are suitable for all age groups and fitness levels. Absolute beginners are encouraged to join us!

In each session, there is a trained and experienced physiotherapist leading a class with a maximum of 4 people. Pilates is conducted in many ways, whether with just an exercise mat on the floor, or on a pilates specific machine such as the reformer.

Exercises are usually performed in a slow controlled manner, focussing on the quality of the entire movement instead of getting your body from point A to B.

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Physio-led group Pilates classes suit both beginners and advanced fitness levels

What are the Benefits of Joining a Group Pilates Class?

Improve body awareness, from movement patterning, postural alignment, breathing and balance.
Boost your fitness levels, core strength, and athletic performance,
Weight loss and management
Injury rehabilitation and prevention.
Social engagement in a friendly, accepting environment.
Receive on the spot feedback from a qualified physiotherapist.

Pilates is a form of low impact exercise that targets the whole body. During classes your physiotherapist will monitor your ‘form’ and progress. As you improve, our physios will introduce more challenging exercises to keep you motivated!

Our studios offer private clinical pilates classes built around your individual health goals

Individual Clinical Pilates Sessions

We also provide 30 or 40 minute 1:1 mat pilates sessions for those who want close supervision with a trained physiotherapist. We would recommend a 1:1 mat session for the following individuals:

  • No prior experience with Pilates exercises
  • Recovering from a recent injury
  • Requiring hands on feedback and supervision due to multiple injuries
  • People who prefer to increase confidence before attending a group class setting
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Prior to joining a class, participants are required to attend a 45 minute one-on-one Physio Assessment to evaluate your past injuries, current movement levels & flexibility so that the physiotherapist can be aware of your history and which specific body areas might need treatment or closer supervision. During the assessment your physiotherapist will also show you how to use the clinic’s equipment correctly.

After the assessment is complete and you have discussed the goals you would like to focus on, your physiotherapist will explain the five basic principles of Pilates and how you can apply these to your exercises.

Pilates FAQ

At My Physio My Health, we may incorporate Pilates into your treatment journey through a number of different ways, for example:

  1. Teaching you how to engage your core or move your pelvis through basic Pilates exercises during treatment
  2. Prescribing Pilates based home exercises in between treatment sessions
  3. Doing Pilates in an individual exercise class
  4. Doing Pilates in a group exercise class.

Clinical pilates differs from studio pilates in that clinical pilates is typically performed by qualified physiotherapists (or other allied health professionals), whereas studio pilates is conducted by a pilates instructor.

Physiotherapists have expert knowledge in anatomy, pathology, injury and body functions. Clinical pilates is actually one of the many treatment methods physiotherapists use to help patients reduce pain, recover from injuries, prevent injuries, or achieve whatever goals the patient has. In this setting, the physiotherapist can utilise pilates based exercises that are specifically targeted for your injuries and needs. This is especially important if you have a history of injuries such as low back pain, whiplash or recovering from surgery!

  • Tone and condition your whole body
  • Safe exercise tailored to your level
  • Improve posture, balance, flexibility and strength
  • Faster injury rehabilitation and injury prevention
  • Learn correct muscle activation and joint control

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