Clinical Pilates St Ives
Private and Group Matwork, Chair, Trap and Reformer Classes run by qualified physiotherapists.
What is Clinical Pilates?
Clinical Pilates is different from standard Pilates as it involves a more tailored exercise program based on a physiotherapy assessment. The specific choice of Pilates exercises can make a significant difference in your outcome and benefit.
Conditions suitable for Clinical Pilates
Lower back pain
Pelvic pain and sacroiliac dysfunction
Post-operative rehabilitation after lumbar or hip surgery
Pre and Post-Natal rehabilitation
Pelvic floor dysfunction
Improving balance and mobility
Improving athletic performance
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*All sessions are eligible for instant HICAPS health fund rebates.
How is it different?
At Clinical Physio, you can choose between 1-on-1 sessions or a group class with a maximum of 4 participants.
You will first undergo a full, 1 Hour assessment with our Clinical Pilates Instructor and Senior Physiotherapist, Jessica Findlay or Mikaela Rifkin.
Your exercises will then be prescribed based on the findings of the physiotherapy assessment, which are aligned with your functional goals.
If Claiming through your Health Fund:
1 Hour Initial Assessment + 10 x 1 Hour Group Class Pack – $490
1 Hour Initial Assessment + 10 x 1 on 1, 1 Hour Private Sessions – $1130
1 Hour Initial Assessment + 10 x 1 on 1, 40Min Private Sessions – $980
Our classes are currently heavily subscribed (as at January 2021).
If you are interested in joining a class, please phone us on 0283193642, let us know your preferred time and we will add you to the waitlist.
What to bring?
- Drinking Bottle and towel.
- You may bring your own mat, however, we will supply mats for those that don’t have one.
What does the research say about Pilates?
1) “Pilates improves pain, function and quality of life in patients with chronic low back pain: a randomized control trial.” Natour et al 2015. Clinical Rehabilitation.
2) “Exercising with the Pilates method improves the balance of older adults with a high practical effect in terms of the dynamic, static and overall balance.” The effects of the Pilates training method on balance and falls of older adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. 2017
3) “The use of Pilates exercises has a positive physical and psychosocial impact on HRQOL in individuals with JIA.” Effects of Pilates exercises on health-related quality of life in individuals with juvenile idiopathic arthritis.