Offering over 100 Pilates classes per week for our clients to enjoy in Stirling, Parkside and St. Peters, we are proud to be Adelaide’s largest provider of physiotherapist-led Pilates classes.
Learning The Basics
During your first introductory session, you will be guided through each move and technique by a skilled Physiotherapist and Pilates instructor. This is essential not only to reap the full benefits of your Pilates classes, but also to optimise your rehabilitation and prevent injury.
You can learn the basics by doing a private 1:1 session with a Physio Pilates instructor. If you’re new to our practice, your first step is to have an Initial Physio Assessment.
Choosing A Class
If you are in good health, you will be able to attend any of our Pilates classes as long as you have met the prerequisites (outlined below).
If you have an injury or need any sort of rehabilitation, you will need to start with the Physiotherapy Group Equipment sessions, as these allow you to work through a program that has been tailored to your specific needs. Group Equipment sessions are also good for athletes or sports people who need very targeted exercises.
We encourage our clients to alternate between class types. Mixing it up not only gives you variety and keeps you engaged it is also good for your body to undertake different types of movement activity – including some stretching, strengthening and cardio.
TechniqueIt’s the quality of each movement that counts, not the repetitions. We help you master the techniques before jumping into the classes so you reap all the benefits.
Movement SequenceIt’s the precise combination of stretching and strengthening exercise that determines a successful routine, and we have uniquely refined this blend to optimise your outcomes.
KnowledgeThe level of knowledge and training our team has is shared by only a handful of instructors across Australia. We strive to continually challenge, stimulate and motivate our clients.
Initial Physiotherapy Assessment
Your Pilates journey always starts with an Initial Physiotherapy Assessment with one of our Physio-Pilates staff. That’s right - all of our certified Pilates instructors are also registered Physiotherapists. This means they’ll be with you at every class to help you reach your goals and perfect your technique, while ensuring you have the care and any additional treatment required if you have any injuries or conditions.