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Maribyrnong Clinical/Reformer Pilates (Supervised Exercise Sessions)

Our sessions are physiotherapist-led and incorporate Pilates inspired exercises, strength and conditioning principles and general physiotherapy clinical framework. Based on your initial assessment, our programs are individualised and involve a comprehensive treatment plan, so you are geared towards living your best quality of life!

Pilates exercises are ideal for the whole body, with a particular emphasis on gentle, co-ordinated muscle action. They are suitable for people of all ages and the benefits include:

  • Faster recovery from injury
  • Increased muscle strength and length
  • Greater resistance to injury
  • Improved posture, flexibility, balance, control and overall wellbeing

What Conditions Can Clinical Pilates Help Treat?

Clinical Pilates is very effective at addressing and treating an extensive range of physical and neurological conditions, which include:

  • Antenatal and postnatal aches and pains
  • Arthritis
  • Back and neck pain
  • Chronic pain
  • Headaches – both acute and chronic
  • Neurological conditions, such as stroke or Parkinson’s disease
  • Pelvic and hip pain
  • Post-operative strengthening
  • Postural problems
  • Whiplash
  • Workplace injuries

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What Are the Benefits of Clinical Pilates?

The supervised, clinical Pilates sessions delivered by our specialised Life Ready Pilates trainers and physiotherapists can help you achieve many benefits. These include:

  • Recovering more quickly from an injury
  • Decreasing the risk of future injury
  • Improving your flexibility and posture
  • Increasing your muscle strength
  • Toning your body
  • Boosting your injury resistance


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How Do We Work with You?

Before you join us for your first supervised exercise session of Clinical Pilates, you might want to better understand how we work with you, as well as what you should be wearing and bringing on the day.

Your Initial Assessment

To begin with, we invite you to schedule an initial consultation with one of our Pilates-trained physiotherapists. During this appointment, you will be able to talk in detail about your current situation and future goals, as well as ask any questions or clarify any doubts you may have.

Based on your assessment, your physiotherapist will prepare a custom Clinical Pilates program for you. This is a combination of Pilates-inspired exercises, strength and conditioning principles, and general physiotherapy clinical framework.

What You Should Wear and Bring

In preparation for your first Clinical Pilates session, choose clothing that’s comfortable and that you can easily move in (most type of activewear will be fine). For hygiene reasons, you will also need to wear a pair of socks – preferably, grip socks.

It’s also a good idea to bring a bottle of water with you.

What Session Format We Use

According to the type of Clinical Pilates session that you are attending, you may be on your own with your dedicated physiotherapist, or in a small group of people working towards a shared goal.

You will initially be encouraged to attend one-on-one sessions to familiarise yourself with the practice, equipment, and exercises. Once your therapist believes that you are ready, you will be able to move on to fully-supervised small group classes with a maximum of three participants (including you).

How Much Our Clinical Pilates Sessions Cost

If you would like to know exactly how much your Clinical Pilates sessions will cost, please feel free to contact your local Life Ready team. They will be happy to provide you with all the information you need about pricing, package deals, and availability options.

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Contact Details

Phone: 03 9086 5843
Fax: 03 9086 5844

8 Thomas Holmes St
Maribyrnong VIC 3032

We are open on 8am - 7pm Weekdays | 8am - 2pm Saturdays (Open over the Christmas period)