Clinical Pilates

Supervised Exercise Sessions (Clinical Pilates) at Life Ready

Our supervised exercise sessions (Clinical Pilates) 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!

Benefits

  • Faster recovery from injury
  • Improved flexibility and posture
  • Increased muscle strength
  • Overall body toning
  • Greater resistance to injury

 

Supervised exercise sessions (Clinical Pilates) are available at our Baldivis, Bayswater, Bicton, Busselton, Butler, Cannington, Cockburn, Floreat, Inglewood, Midland, Perth CBD, Rockingham, Scarborough, South Perth, Spearwood, Swan View, Warwick, Camberwell, Point Cook and Tullamarine clinics.


Our sessions are individualised and an extension of a one-on-one physiotherapy consult, where an individualised program is supervised, based on an initial assessment and a follow up assessment conducted at each session.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who are the sessions suitable for?

Our supervised exercise sessions can help people of all ages and abilities recover from injuries and pain, though it has been used successfully in the rehabilitation of conditions including:

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

Why do I need an initial assessment?

Your physiotherapist will need to assess your past injury history and current fitness levels, then design and closely supervise an individualised exercise program tailored to your specific health goals. This exercise program will include movements to tone and strengthen your muscles within the limits of your comfort.

What to bring

  • Wear comfortable clothing that you can move in (eg. activewear)
  • A water bottle
  • For hygiene reasons, socks must be worn (we recommend grip socks)

What types of equipment do you use?

Our clinics are fully equipped with state-of-the-art reformers, a trapeze table and Wunda Chair, along with many other tools.

Both the reformer and trapeze table use various types of springs to provide resistance to movement, whilst floor work may incorporate various exercise aids such as a Fitball™ or weights.

Are the sessions one-on-one or in a group?

We have both options!

Our physiotherapists usually start off with a few one-on-one sessions until you are confident in performing your individualised program. We then encourage you to join our fully supervised small group classes with a maximum of three participants.

How much do the sessions cost?

Our clinics are all unique, so please contact your local Life Ready team for pricing, package deals and availability options.

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