Pilates in Kensington
Anzac Parade Physio is one of the most experienced health professional teams in Sydney. Our clinic has been providing Kensington Pilates services in the area for over 20 years and we are well known and respected within the local community. We have a passion for health and work closely with our clients to assess their individual needs and tailor treatment plans to provide the best long term outcomes.
Our Kingsford Physiotherapists and Exercise Physiologists can diagnose, treat, and offer therapeutic management and prevention strategies for a wide range of conditions affecting human movement. From sports injuries, to common, but often debilitating problems like back and neck pain, we offer a fresh approach and programmes tailored to your specific condition and lifestyle.
Join Our Kensington Pilates Classes Today!
If you’re suffering from an injury and getting physiotherapy treatment at our Kensington clinic, you may be encouraged or prescribed to take part in our Pilates Programme.
At our Pilates Studio in Kensington, we combine our physiotherapy expertise with tried and tested Pilates techniques to produce amazing results for our clients.
Clinical Pilates is so effective in decreasing the impact of prevalent health issues and musculoskeletal conditions that you probably won’t be able to keep us quiet regarding how great it can be for your body.
What is Pilates?
The popularity of Pilates has exploded here in Australia and around the world in recent years, but Pilates actually dates back to the 20th century so it’s no new trend to the world of fitness and rehabilitation.
Pilates will positively impact your posture, core stability, balance, strength, flexibility, and even your breathing technique over time. During a class we will gradually run through individual stretches with you, ensuring you are comfortable and getting the most out of each stretch.
Why should I attend Pilates Classes in Kensington?
Unlike the generalised classes offered at your local gym, our Pilates Programme is classified as Clinical Pilates. This means that a qualified physiotherapist will be supervising and assisting you with your stretches and techniques.
One of our team members will be by your side to ensure that you are performing safe and effective movements that are specific to your treatment and rehabilitation plan. This level of qualified supervision may make you eligible for a rebate on your classes from your private health fund.
How will Pilates in Kensington help me?
Our Kensington Pilates Studio runs regular Clinical Pilates classes, enabling our clients to benefit from this refreshing mind and body workout.
For injuries to the neck and spine, Pilates is a fantastic way to strengthen your core and your muscles as well as improve your posture. If you are recovering from an accident, Pilates is a gentle and effective way to strengthen your body, enhance movement and release tension.
Over the years, our clients have experienced fantastic results from regular attendance of our Programme and we welcome you to join us.
Discuss Pilates in Kensington with us Today
If you’re looking to start Pilates in Kensington, our classes are run by our highly-trained physiotherapists and they are the best choice for those wanting long-term health benefits.
We offer regular sessions throughout the week and we will ensure you are cared for and supported with each and every stretch that you do. Give us a call today so we can discuss your needs and get you booked in.
Why choose Pilates at Kensington’s Anzac Parade Physio?
While Anzac Parade Physio is well known for its excellent physio services, it’s also got a great reputation for providing Pilates for the people of Kensington and beyond.
It’s recommended by our physios and exercise physiologists to help patients to strengthen their core and regain full range of motion in their bodies, or to help with flexibility, balance and strength.
Kensington Pilates for fun and exercise, and mobility
Of course, many people choose to take part in Pilates classes because they genuinely do enjoy them, and find that Pilates helps them to improve their fitness, strength and flexibility. However, it’s also a great choice of exercise if you have reduced general mobility or you’re experiencing problems or stiffness in one or more of your joints.
If a course of Pilates sessions is recommended as part of your treatment plan, there’ll always be a team member with you to ensure that you’re performing each exercise or movement in the correct and proper manner.
Our experienced Pilates teacher will also be on hand to assess your performance and offer graded and paced progressions to your current exercises, so that you can further improve your strength, mobility and flexibility.
Bespoke Pilates sessions in Kensington tailored to your specific needs
One of the most important considerations when creating the bespoke sessions of clinical Pilates Kensington patients need, is to ensure that you’ve already received a full diagnosis of your movement, balance and strength issues before we commence on any program.
And, that’s where our physios and exercise physiologists can help. Whether you’re choosing to do Pilates to help you to balance out your normal sporting activities and decrease the chances of injury, it’s been recommended to help with back or neck problems, of you’re a dancer who needs rehabilitation, our Pilates sessions will be tailored to your specific needs, to ensure that you get the maximum benefit.
What to expect from one of our Clinical Pilates classes in Kensington
If you’ve been advised to attend our regular clinical Pilates classes in Kensington, or you’d simply like to see how Pilates can help you, you can expect to enjoy a gentle and effective mind and body workout that will leave you feeling calm but refreshed.
You’ll not only start to feeler stronger and more stable after just a few sessions, but you’ll find that your posture will improve greatly too.
Plus, you’ll find it an effective way to relieve the stress and tension that we tend to hold onto when we have a chronic injury.
A safer way to recover from surgery or serious injury
For anyone who’s recovering from surgery or a serious injury, you’ll find that the slow and gentle pace of the Pilates movements makes this kind of exercise safer than some other forms of exercise, plus you’ll experience less discomfort than you would with other kinds of physical therapy.
Furthermore, by incorporating these fluid movements into your treatment program, you’ll begin to unlearn the harmful habitual movements that caused the aches, pain and stiffness in the first place.