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What is Clinical Group Pilates Classes and how can it benefit you?

What is Clinical Group Pilates Classes and how can it benefit you?

At Western Women’s and Men’s Health in the Western suburbs of Melbourne, we offer a range of classes to suit people of all different capabilities. 

Clinical Pilates is very popular at our Hoppers Crossing physio. It was created in the 1920s by trainer Joseph Pilates who originally introduced Clinical Pilates to help injured athletes and dancers safely return to exercise and maintain their fitness. Pilates overall lengthens and stretches the main muscle groups, requiring concentration rhythm and breathing pattern. There are many alternative exercises to suit everyone whether they are injured, new to Pilates, Clinical Pilates, pro athletes or may be part of your physio recovery program. 

Group based Clinical Pilates is an exercise machine that consists of a bed- like a frame using different weighted springs, leverage and body weight as resistance while performing movements to target specific muscle groups. It is great for people who are recovering from an injury or wanting an exercise for injury prevention as well as strengthening. 

Research shows that practising Clinical Pilates improves body awareness and pelvic and spinal alignment, whilst doing exercises that aren’t putting the body under unnecessary stress. Some classes include a box, hand weights, weighted balls and/ or a Pilate’s ring.    

Health Benefits

  • Increased strength in the core & major muscle groups 
  • Improved flexibility
  • Balanced muscular strength on both sides of your body
  • Improved stabilisation of your spine
  • Increased lung capacity and circulation through deep breathing 
  • Improved physical coordination and balance
  • Keep focused and calm the mind 
  • Improved posture

Before starting Clinical Pilates seek medical advice or make an appointment with one of our experienced Hoppers Crossing Women’s & Men’s Health Physiotherapists to avoid injury. 

If you are interested in attending one of our clinical programs at Western Women’s and Men’s Health near Werribee or have any questions call us today on (03) 8001 2044 to book a class.


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