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Clinical Pilates

Clinical Pilates is an individualised form of Pilates that is conducted by a qualified professional or physiotherapist. The specialised nature of clinical Pilates enables the exercise to be performed in a safe environment with highly qualified instructors who are able to formulate a program that is tailored to the individual.


Clinical Pilates often involves an initial assessment which considers existing health, physical condition and goals for completing a Clinical Pilates program. The physiotherapist or instructor will establish areas of improvement by creating a tailored, targeted program which focuses on your desired results.


Pilates aims to correct alignment and enable centering, control, balanced breathing, concentration and precision in order to achieve a strong, functional body. 


Pilates is designed to build strength and lean muscle tone, and improve flexibility by lengthening the body and aligning the spine.  This differs from many other exercises which aim to bulk and shorten muscles, and has a variety of health benefits.


Moreover, clinical Pilates focuses on the core which assists in the development of overall body strength. The focus on the core also makes Pilates desirable to individuals seeking rehabilitation from injury as this boosts postural awareness.


Our team have found pilates extremely effective for:

  • Correcting muscle imbalance and posture
  • Increasing pelvis,  abdominal and shoulder stability
  • Reducing risk of injury
  • Rehabilitation after injury
  • Relieving chronic back pain
  • Improving motor control
  • Increased joint flexibility
  • Enhanced sporting performance
  • Greater self- confidence
  • Achieving a toned body


Clinical Pilates uses a range of exercises to build your strength and enable your body to centre and align. After completing a course of Clinical Pilates, your strength, flexibility and posture are sure to be improved.  This highlights the importance of Clinical Pilates in recovery from injury and for maintaining general health and fitness.