One of our Physiotherapists will run through a specialised body appraisal to ensure Group Reformer is right for you. Your physio will also orientate you to our state of the art equipment. Our group sessions can be adjusted for all levels. Group Reformer Pilates
When you attend your one to one assessment / orientation session we will set you up with a complimentary 2 session pass to try our Group exercise sessions (Group Reformer, Matwork and Functional Training) FOR FREE!
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“Clinical pilates” is a modified form of therapeutic exercise used by physiotherapists to assist in the rehabilitation and prevention of musculoskeletal injury. Specialised pilates equipment such as reformers and trapeze tables may be used in addition to fit-ball and floor exercises. A major focus is placed on developing strength of “core stability” muscles such as the deep abdominal and pelvic floor muscles. This is accompanied by an emphasis on postural education and facilitating optimal biomechanics. At Central City Physiotherapy this includes:
People with musculoskeletal pain or injury, especially lower back pain, sacro iliac pain and neck pain, particularly if symptoms are recurrent or chronic. Clinical Pilates has also shown to be beneficial for enhancing atheltic performance; ballet dancers, footballers and net ballers are three groups who have benefited immensely in the past.