Group Clinical Exercise Classes in Brisbane

Depending on your conditions and prescribed exercises you may be able to go from one-on-one sessions to small group sessions with a maximum of 3 people.

Our small group classes are run by a physiotherapist with a maximum of 3 people to ensure that the Physiotherapist is able to individualise, guide and challenge you throughout your class.Each client works to his/her own individual program.

Prior to being in a small group you will need a 1:1 Clinical Exercise Initial Assessment with our Physiotherapist. This will allow the Physiotherapist to learn of any issues you may have, understand your goals and design classes that are specifically tailored to you.

Our 1:1 Clinical Exercise Initial Assessments and Group Clinical Exercise classes are claimable on private health insurance as they are taken by a Physiotherapist.

Group classes are suitable for all levels from beginners to advanced, including pre/post natal conditioning, sports specific performance, posture correction, injury/illness recovery as well as general fitness.

We will advise if we think you will do better with a series of private classes before joining a group.

Group classes are suitable for all levels from beginners to advanced, including pre/post natal conditioning, sports specific performance, posture correction, injury/illness recovery as well as general fitness.

FAQs About Group Clinical Exercise Classes

At least 24 hours notice is required for all cancellations/rescheduling or full class fees will apply. Same fee applies for no-shows. To cancel/change a class please call clinic and one of our customer care team will look after you.

All Initial Assessments, Group Clinical Exercise Classes, Private and Semi-Privates may be booked online through our website or via calling the clinic.

Firstly it is no problem to cancel or reschedule a class. We do however have a late cancellation policy which will apply if you have to cancel or reschedule a class with the 24 hour window prior to your class start time and full class fee will be charged. We appreciate your understating and cooperation with this policy as we have limited places available and from the time you book your class that spot is held exclusively for you and becomes unavailable for anyone else to access.

Because you will be moving we recommend comfortable close-fitting active wear. Teachers focus on correct technique and precision of movement therefore it is important for them to see the way the body is moving. Socks are essential for the Pilates studio and therefore must be worn for hygiene reasons. Socks with grip on the underside are recommended and also can be purchased for low cost at the clinic. We also recommend that you bring a towel and water bottle.

Yes, we have a storage unit in the studio where your belongings will be safe and within your field of vision.

If you are doing two or more Pilates classes per week you may experiences changes quite quickly and will certainly feel the differences in the first 10-12 sessions. Even if you come only once per week you will progress but obviously more slowly and we consider one session per week to be more for maintenance as opposed to change and growth.

Absolutely! Firstly pilates is an ideal form of movement for the recovery and strengthening of a whole range of injuries and movement issues. If you are in pain we do recommend you see one of our Osteopaths or physiotherapist first for a diagnosis and treatment and to determine whether it is appropriate to start a Pilates program. Once you are given clearance to start a program your Osteopath will consult with your Pilates teacher to ensure your program is specifically designed to meet your needs.

Yes, it is a fantastic complimentary practice for so many other movement practices and sports. In fact, because of its focus on core strengthening and whole body strength and also flexibility, Pilates is a popular training method for most people.

Some exercises may be similar to Yoga movements however the principles are generally very different. The Pilates work performed on Pilates equipment, such as the Reformer, is very different to yoga, as the use of springs is employed to create added resistance.

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