Looking for Clinical Pilates in Melbourne’s Eastern Suburbs?
Searching for a new and engaging way to take control of your long-term health and wellbeing? Pilates might be the perfect workout for you.
Pilates is a great way to stabilise your spine and improve posture, build core strength and increase your range of joint mobility and general flexibility. Frequent practice can also help your body to become more resistant to common musculoskeletal injuries or conditions, and even helps to develop mindfulness and body awareness techniques that are important for stress reduction.
At Boost Health we provide a number of different courses that cater for all skill and fitness levels, ensuring that everyone can enjoy the fun and health benefits of a Pilates session.
Best of all, Pilates is a social fitness program which means you’ll have plenty of chances to meet other like-minded, health conscious individuals.
Reformer Pilates in Melbourne’s Eastern Suburbs
Unlike mat-based Pilates, where participants utilise their own body weight as resistance during the routine, reformer Pilates features a piece of equipment that enables the user to adjust the level of resistance as they move through a session. This allows each participant to build strength and endurance throughout their entire body evenly, ensuring that no muscle group is ignored.
Reformer Pilates sessions are perfect for those who have prior experience in Pilates, as the moving components of the equipment represent an additional challenge and require more strength and mental focus to master than mat routines. Reformer Pilates is also ideal for athletes who want to build muscle and strength through intense resistance training.
Clinical Pilates in Melbourne’s Eastern Suburbs
Unlike traditional Pilates routines, clinical Pilates is designed for patients who want a more focused and direct exercise regimen that can be adjusted to target specific muscle groups or joints around the body.
While it helps to strengthen your core and improve flexibility, clinical Pilates is often used as part of a larger rehabilitation program to help patients recover from surgeries or injuries, allowing them to stay as fit and active as possible through that time.
Clinical Pilates also requires participants to utilise mindfulness and body awareness techniques that can help to improve concentration, relieve stress and support positive mental health and wellbeing.
Note: Please book an initial assessment before joining our pilates classes. Maximum of four people per class to ensure an individualised program.
Pilates can Help Treat & Prevent:
- Lower back pain and sciatica
- Neck pain and headaches
- Pre-and Post-operative rehabilitation
- Return to sport
- Pregnancy and pelvic health conditions
- Chronic pain conditions