Clinical Pilates in Melbourne, Blackburn, Ocean Grove, Hawthorn, East Melbourne, Windsor & Newtown

Are you looking for excellence in your Clinical Pilates experience? Our bespoke program design is all about delivering results based on your goals. We offer a thorough assessment stage including VALD technology to measure your muscular strength and real-time ultrasound to view your ‘core muscles’ to develop the right tailor-made program for you.

Our Allied Health practitioners will take you through the assessment phase of a 60-minute and 30-minute session (or more depending on your ability and requirements) then you will begin your class sessions. Our term-based program incorporates a private 30-minute review with your practitioner every 8-10 weeks to reassess your progress & goals and make adjustments to your program.

Clinical Pilates group classes are 45- 50-minute sessions with a maximum of four participants. In each class, you’ll get personal attention to help you execute your exercise program and gain an understanding of the benefits of each exercise.

In our spacious and modern studios, we utilise various Pilates equipment to help improve your core strength, balance, and control. At Beyond, we recommend one to two classes per week to get the best results. To read more about our program please read here.

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What are the benefits of Clinical Pilates?

  • Improves posture: Clinical Pilates may help improve posture by strengthening the muscles that support the spine and promoting proper alignment of the body.
  • Reduces pain: By improving core strength and stability, Clinical Pilates may help reduce pain in the back, neck, hips, and other parts of the body.
  • Enhances flexibility and range of motion: Clinical Pilates exercises may help improve flexibility and increase range of motion, which may help prevent injury and improve athletic performance.
  • Increases strength and muscle tone: Clinical Pilates exercises are designed to target specific muscle groups, helping to build strength and improve muscle tone.
  • Improves balance and coordination: Clinical Pilates may help improve balance and coordination by strengthening the stabilising muscles and promoting better neuromuscular control.
  • Promotes relaxation and reduces stress: Clinical Pilates exercises are low-impact and gentle, making them ideal for reducing stress and promoting relaxation.
  • Helps with rehabilitation: Clinical Pilates can be used as a form of rehabilitation after surgery or injury, helping to rebuild strength and restore mobility.
  • Can be customised for individual needs: Clinical Pilates exercises can be tailored to meet the specific needs and goals of each individual, making it a highly personalised form of exercise.
Overall, Clinical Pilates is an effective, and customisable form of exercise that may provide a wide range of benefits for people of all ages and fitness levels.

Clinical Pilates may help with:

This list is not extensive, if you are wondering if Clinical Pilates is something you may benefit from please feel free to contact us to discuss further.
Lower back pain
Pelvic pain
Pelvic Floor dysfunction *Please see our Women’s Men’s & Pelvic Health Practitioners for this
Pre and postnatal conditions
Postural dysfunctions
Sports injuries
Injury prevention: Prehabilitation for specific sports
Chronic overuse injuries
Strength improvements
Chronic Pain

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