What is Pilates?
Pilates is an exercise discipline which emphasises your body’s ‘core’: the abdominal muscles, pelvic floor muscles, the diaphragm and the musculature of the lower back. Not only is the ‘core’ the target of these individualised exercises, but Pilates exercises (conducted on various pieces of specialised equipment) help to develop strength, flexibility, muscular endurance, coordination, balance and good posture.
Pilates Class Casual — 40
Pilates 10 Pack — 350
Samford Clinical Pilates
We offer a unique Clinical Pilates program at inline physio. which is a combination of Physiotherapy Rehab Exercises and Reformer Pilates in a 45 minute exercise session. Prior to joining our small Group Clinical Pilates Classes, your Physiotherapist will perform an initial One-on-One biomechanical assessment and induction session to teach you the Principals of Pilates. This ensures that you receive the full benefit and personalisation of your Pilates journey.
PhysioX is a Physiotherapist run small group Core and Rehab exercise class. This class is based around the Reformer machine however the Physiotherapist also enlists various pieces of other gym equipment. PhysioX is a great beginner class following injury and for those looking at progressing to our other reformer pilates classes. PhysioX is eligible for Private Health Fund rebate. To ensure personalisation and an optimal outcome from the PhysioX group classes, an initial One-on-One biomechanical assessment and induction session is required to be completed prior to attending your PhysioX class.
When booking online into our classes, please make sure to go to the Group Sessions section to see the times available. Under this section, the classes are organised by Physiotherapy and Pilates.
Our PhysioX class is found under “Physiotherapy”.
Our Pilates classes are found under “Pilates”.
We also run 4 Yoga classes a week, ranging from restorative and beginners to a more advanced class.