We are on a mission to create   healthy, happy bodies...

We take the time to find the true cause of your problem and the right solution. Hands-on care and Pilates exercise are our specialty.

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At Physio Pilates Proactive, we believe we can empower people to transform their lives through movement, fitness, motivation and education. We are passionate about improving the wellbeing of our clients through maximising their movement potential.

Established over 15 years ago by Rachel Combe with a vision of delivering the very best in physiotherapy care, Pilates instruction and movement education, we now have 3 locations at Parkside, Stirling and The Studio @ Glynde, and have seen over 10,000 clients who have benefited from our personalised, professional service and approach.

Our multi-award winning practice is testament to the skills and expertise of our dedicated staff. Now with 12 physios and 6 support staff, we are big enough to offer a wide range of services and facilities but still small enough to provide the personal, friendly service you deserve. Our aim is to create a supportive and nurturing environment where our clients come to learn, enjoy and belong.

Offering over 80 Pilates classes per week, we are proud to be one of Adelaide’s largest Pilates providers. This means you have a huge variety of class times, types and levels to choose from.

Our inspirational Pilates Instructors are all qualified Physiotherapists, with advanced levels of knowledge that make our classes engaging and super effective.

Browse our website, then talk to our team and discover our passion and commitment to helping you and your families live healthier, happier lives.

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16 February 2017. We are very excited to announce our new location opening early March at The Studio, Glynde. Click here for more information.

21 January 2017 We will be closed on Thursday January 26 for Australia Day. We will be open as normal on Friday 27th and Saturday 28th.

21 January 2017. We have added quite a few new classes to the Parkside timetable. Click here for the updated timetable.

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Physio Pilates Proactive shared a Sean Williams.

We wish our lovely client, highly acclaimed sci-fi author Sean Williams, a safe and inspiring journey down to the depths of Antartica. He leaves tomorrow for a 9 day stay where he will be researching information for his new book. For further insights about Sean's trip, follow him on Facebook:

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I wonder if Sean will be doing any Pilates down at Antarctica...?!

www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/adelaides-prizewinning-author-dr-sean-williams-will-e...
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One of our regular clients is involved in what looks like a really interesting study.

Participants are required visit to the Sturt campus once for an assessment and then spend a week of wearing a movement monitor. Participants get a report of their data which includes ‘health age’ and 'performance age’. Performance age includes flexibility, bike test and grip strength.

Jo reports she scored really well which she largely attributed to Pilates!

Here is more info:

How old is too old to work?

Researchers at Flinders University are seeking older adults (60 to 69 years) to participate in the ‘Fit to Work’ study.

The ability of Australians to remain in the workforce is directly linked to health, with poor health often a contributing factor in early retirement.

With the proposed government increase in the retirement age, it is important to examine the relationships between physical fitness, health risk factors and employment.

For more information:

blogs.flinders.edu.au/fit/2016/10/04/how-old-is-too-old-to-work
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One of our regular clients is involved in what looks like a really interesting study. 

Participants are required visit to the Sturt campus once for an assessment and then spend a week of wearing a movement monitor. Participants get a report of their data which includes ‘health age’ and performance age’. Performance age includes flexibility, bike test and grip strength.

Jo reports she scored really well which she largely attributed to Pilates!

Here is more info:

How old is too old to work?

Researchers at Flinders University are seeking older adults (60 to 69 years) to participate in the ‘Fit to Work’ study.

The ability of Australians to remain in the workforce is directly linked to health, with poor health often a contributing factor in early retirement.

With the proposed government increase in the retirement age, it is important to examine the relationships between physical fitness, health risk factors and employment.

For more information: 

http://blogs.flinders.edu.au/fit/2016/10/04/how-old-is-too-old-to-work

Physio Pilates Proactive added a photo and 3 videos — feeling energized at Physiotherapy Pilates Proactive.

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Very productive morning at Parkside with our full complement of teachers, Ellie, Vicki, Chantel and Rachel. February barre is all ready to go on Wednesday- with a fun summer theme to the playlist. See you at the barre:)
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Just a reminder that we are closed today but will be open again tomorrow. Enjoy this beautiful day and I'm sure we all can reflect on what a tremendous country we are privileged enough to live in:) ... See MoreSee Less

Just a reminder that we are closed today but will be open again tomorrow. Enjoy this beautiful day and Im sure we all can reflect on what a tremendous country we are privileged enough to live in:)

Physio Pilates Proactive shared Trust me, I'm a Physiotherapist's photo.

We can all talk the same language now, folks;)
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Improved pain scale! You can show this to your patients to really know what they are feeling! 🙂 Credit: Physiotutors

We can all talk the same language now, folks;)

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Jacob AdamsGall Bladder is between 9&10 😉

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Simon DaveyJake, when my Dad was rolling around the bathroom floor in agony with his gall bladder, he still told my Mum that he was OK. At that point she called 999!

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