Clinical Pilates

This powerful method is currently revolutionising the way Physiotherapists prevent and rehabilitate injuries.

Clinical Pilates is a system of exercises that integrates the traditional Pilates Method with modern research into musculoskeletal dysfunction.

The traditional Pilates method and the equipment used were invented by Joseph Pilates during World War 1. Believing “it is the mind itself which builds the body” and “physical fitness is the prerequisite to happiness” he developed a system of physical exercise involving controlled movements, stretching and breathing.

Scientific research has since provided powerful evidence for why this method works – enabling Physiotherapists to further assist people with pain and injury.

Benefits of Clinical Pilates

  • Develop core stability and improve pelvic floor function
  • Improved posture
  • Enhanced body awareness
  • Improved flexibility and agility
  • Better muscle control
  • Correction of muscle imbalances
  • Overall body toning
  • Improved breathing control
  • Improved balance and coordination
  • Firmer and flatter stomach muscles
  • Improved well being
Revolutionising the way Physiotherapists prevent and rehabilitate injuries