Clinical Pilates is an exercise method designed to stretch and strengthen your whole body
Pilates incorporates aspects of posture, core strength, flexibility, breathing and balance which is ideal for people that are recovering from injury, getting your body back on track and someone looking for a gentler type of exercise.
Clinical Pilates at Strive Physio is either in a mat class or one -on-one with a highly trained Physiotherapist who can closely monitor you through the exercises depending on your level of ability.
Book Pilates (10 per class max)
Wednesday 5.00 – 6.00pm
$15 per class (pay on the day) or a Pre-Pay 10 Pass Class for $120 (payment online)
Exercise Mat, Water, Towel and wear comfortable / loose clothing
Chanel College, Patterson St, Gladstone
Rm 204, Level 1, McCauley Building
“I have been attending Strive Physio Pilates classes regularly for the past 12 months and I must say I don’t like to miss any of my classes. I find the classes have been invaluable to my improvement in balance, coordination, strength and overall health. Dom and Allan always give clear instructions to make sure everyone is performing with the correct technique to prevent injuries and encourage individual improvement with their care and attention . As an added bonus, I look forward to meeting up each week with the other participants in a fun, warm and supportive environment.”
“I first started Pilates after receiving physio treatment from a shoulder injury. I’ve enjoyed the Pilates classes. The classes are small and conducted by physiotherapists. For myself it has been beneficial as they are aware of my previous injuries and make sure the exercise is done correctly without causing more injuries.”
“These classes are a wonderful adjunct to any Physiotherapy that you are having. The teachers, Dom and Alan, have created programs that cater for the various problems that participants may have while still being able to extend those who are having a good day. I really like their attention to detail so that they ensure we are all doing each movement correctly. You come to class with yourself and a towel and go home having worked up a good sweat by simply stretching, lifting and twisting your own body. We all have exercises that we do easily and there are others that are ‘works in progress’. We encourage each other and all cheer at achievements. It is a great atmosphere in which to try things out and discover that you really CAN do it! I know that I am stronger, with a wider range of movement, than before I started classes and I fully intend to continue.”