Clinical Pilates classes led by Physiotherapists
Clinical Pilates is a useful exercise tool to improve strength, posture and co-ordination and as rehabilitation recovering from illness or surgery.
Clinical Pilates is excellent for people of all ages with various musculoskeletal conditions, as workouts can be tailored from a gentle workout to more challenging moves depending on your needs.
At High Line Active, all our Clinical Pilates classes are led by Physiotherapists. Our understanding of the human body allows us to design individualised programs that consider any existing injuries, medical conditions or movement dysfunctions.
Depending on your needs, we can tailor sessions to include Pilates exercises and Strength and Conditioning.
High Line Active Clinical and Reformer Pilates classes are held in our Richmond studio located on the Ground Floor at 1 Albert Street, Richmond Victoria.
What is Clinical Pilates?
Clinical Pilates is a specialised form of Pilates used as a therapeutic exercise to target specific injuries, musculoskeletal conditions and movement challenges.
Clinical Pilates is tailored to the unique requirements of each person. It combines the principles of Pilates, which emphasise core strength, flexibility and control, with evidence-based Physiotherapy techniques to aid in rehabilitation and injury prevention.
Our Physiotherapists closely monitor your progress and make necessary adjustments to your Pilates program as you improve. This ensures that you challenge yourself appropriately and see continuous improvements.
Benefits of our Pilates classes with a Physio
Develop improved control
Improve body alignment and stability
Develop better functional movement
How our Richmond Pilates classes can help
Injury support and recovery
Clinical Pilates can be beneficial for people recovering from injuries such as back pain, neck pain, shoulder injuries, knee injuries and more. The exercises designed by our expert instructors support the healing process and can improve strength, flexibility and overall function.
Chronic pain management
Clinical Pilates can help to manage the symptoms of chronic pain conditions, such as fibromyalgia or arthritis. The exercises help improve joint mobility, increase muscular support, promote joint stability, and improve overall body mechanics.
Rehabilitation after injury or surgery
Clinical Pilates is commonly used in post-operative rehabilitation to aid in the recovery process, regain strength and restore normal movement patterns. It is ideal for anyone seeking to return to fitness or regular activity following surgery or injury.
High Line Active Physiotherapists have a wealth of experience helping professional athletes perform at their best. Both professional athletes and recreational sports enthusiasts can benefit from our Clinical Pilates in Richmond to enhance performance, support injury recovery and address imbalances. For elite athletes, our individualised Pilates classes can hone in on areas of weakness to maximise performance gains.
Pre and Postnatal women
Clinical Pilates is an adaptable and safe exercise for women during pregnancy and in the postnatal phase. It helps strengthen the core and pelvic floor muscles, promoting better stability during pregnancy and aiding in postnatal recovery.
Pilates classes in our Richmond studio
Our Richmond Pilates studio is fully equipped with industry-leading balanced body equipment such as reformers, Wunda chair, trapeze table and other mat equipment.
Depending on your objectives, our studio Pilates classes in Richmond can utilise a range of the above equipment. We also offer personal training and group fitness with a Physio in our fully equipped gym.
If you're looking for dedicated personalised reformer Pilates in Richmond or Melbourne, we can build a program to suit your needs and help you achieve your goals.
What to expect from Richmond Clinical and Reformer Pilates
High Line Active Physiotherapist-led clinical Pilates classes are completely tailored to your needs. We first conduct an initial assessment to assess your movement patterns and identify areas we can help improve.
We then take you through an individualised program and introduce you to the Pilates equipment and exercises. We can adapt the program for beginners through to advanced Pilates students.
We offer 1:1 through to small groups up to 1:4 participants. All programs are individualised and your rehab plan may include a combination of individual and group sessions.
Sessions are claimable on private health and Medicare, TAC or WorkSafe programs.
To learn more about our classes or class schedule, contact us or book an initial consult online.