Clinical exercise classes and programs

Gym based strength and conditioning class

Designed and led by Physiotherapists, our Strength & Conditioning Class is a demanding session of up to 4 people that focusses on functional strength with the guidance of your physiotherapist.

This strength and conditioning class is a full body workout with exercises specifically selected to improve upper and lower body strength, mobility, cardio-vascular fitness and improve core stability.

The physiotherapist provides biomechanical feedback and hands on cues to make sure you are performing the exercise correctly and efficiently. The aim is to increase awareness, education and improve movement patterns in the gym, sport and general wellbeing. The class is taught by Physiotherapists so if you have Private Health Insurance a rebate is available.

Class length: 50 minutes.

Please call us or book a Physiotherapy Assessment with one of our Physiotherapists who will advise you if this class is suitable for you.

Hamstring Strengthening

Clinical Pilates Classes

Our clinical Pilates classes are 50 minutes and are run and designed by qualified physiotherapists. Clinical pilates, using both reformer and floor, is a form of exercise that focuses on your specific needs and goals as well as focusing on improving posture, strength training, body awareness, balance, and core stability. Our class size is small and intimate, allowing our physiotherapist to provide a personal experience through one on one attention throughout your session. We also provide pre and post natal classes aiming to empower women to move without fear and feel stronger.

Some potential benefits of clinical pilates include:

  1. Improving flexibility: Pilates can help increase flexibility and range of motion in the joints.
  2. Strengthening the core: Pilates emphasizes strengthening the muscles of the abdomen, lower back, and pelvis, which can help improve posture and reduce the risk of back pain.
  3. Improving balance: Pilates exercises can help improve balance and coordination, which can be especially beneficial for older adults or those at risk of falls.
  4. Reducing stress: Pilates can be a relaxing and mindful form of exercise, which may help reduce stress and improve mental well-being.
  5. Rehabilitation: Clinical pilates is often used in rehabilitation settings to help individuals recovering from injuries or surgeries. Pilates can help improve muscle strength and flexibility, which can aid in the recovery process.
  6. Improving athletic performance: Pilates can help athletes improve their strength, power, and endurance, which can enhance their athletic performance.
  7. Alleviating chronic pain: Pilates can help alleviate chronic pain by strengthening the muscles and improving posture, which can take pressure off of painful areas of the body.

If you have private health insurance there is a rebate available for group classes led by physiotherapists. To find out more on group class packages please call our clinic on 9116 8691.