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Clinical Pilates

Clinical Pilates is a form of Pilates run here at Instinct by Physiotherapists. It combines both state of the art reformer beds with some mat based exercises to ensure you are on the right path to your goals.

Clinical Pilates is available both in class format or 1:1 format with our Pilates trained physiotherapists. It can be an excellent method for rehabilitating injuries, great or small.

Some of the injuries that are common in our Clinical Pilates classes include knee replacement and reconstruction, shoulder pain, low back pain including disc injuries.

This can also be a great method for supplementing your alternate physical activity methods and 1 or 2 sessions a week will be enough to target your weaknesses effectively!

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"Bumps and Bubs"

These classes are specifically designed for pre- and post-natal women. The classes are still always capped at 3 participants but have a slightly different focus to Clinical Pilates. These classes focus on readying the body for birth, ensuring deep abdominal muscle and pelvic floor muscle awareness is maintained throughout the pregnancy. For post-natal participants, the focus changes slightly to recovery from delivery. These classes make allowances for the pregnant body, and will focus on movements that ensure your body changes with you.

If you are interested in joining one of these classes, please speak to one of our physiotherapists about when might be appropriate to join the class, particularly postpartum.

Class Structure

Our Clinical Pilates classes are capped at 3 participants. We want you to get the best possible outcome, and therefore feel like you should get close supervision during your class from your Physiotherapist. Your Physiotherapist will tailor a program for you, according to your goals and importantly your capabilities and progress your program as you do! Our Clinical Pilates Classes run for 45 minutes.


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