myPhysioSA Pilates will get you the result you need

In 10 sessions you will feel the difference, in 20 sessions you will see the difference, in 30 sessions you will have a new body” – Joseph Pilates.

Pilates can help you get the strong, toned and flexible body you desire. Pilates will work every muscle in your body but mainly focuses on your core. You feel energized and great after your session. As your membership progresses you will see the improvements in your body and how you feel.

We cater to a range of clients from beginners to athletes.

Choose from an individually stylised program or our set progressive Pilates Adelaide classes. Either will help you overcome injuries, improve your strength, get toned, realign your body and become more flexible.

If you are pregnant to recently become a new mum then our Mums and Bubs, and Pregnancy Pilates in Adelaide classes are just for. Under the guidance of a Women’s Health Physiotherapist you will be taken through a specific program that is safe and fun. We encourage you to bring your newborns with you to enjoy the class with you.

 

 

myPhysioSA Pilates Adelaide Classes

“You will learn how to strengthen your core muscles, and move more efficiently”

Class size is limited to 6 to 10, so you will have maximum attention from our Pilates Physiotherapist.

We also offer a “mums and bubs” and “pregnancy” classes which are specifically tailored to keep you fit and healthy if you are a new mum or a mum to be.

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Introducing our unique 10 week Pilates membership?

  1. Weekly secured booking in the one class of your choice for the 10 weeks
  2. Attend a second Pilates class casually for HALF PRICE!!
  3. FREE unlimited unsupervised use of the Pilates/Fitness studio with your own personalised Pilates &/or fitness program
  4. More classes and times to choose from than ever before
  5. Our new Pilates program of class structures which are consistently taught by all Instructors throughout all the classes.

Small Group Pilates Classes or Individual Sessions available.

myPhysioSA Pilates Classes Explained

Foundation Class - Consolidate and reinforce (Level 1)

Gain an understanding of our 5 Foundations of Pilates: Breathing, Core Control, Body Awareness, Coordination and Spine Articulation.

Consolidate and reinforce this understanding through slow, guided repetition of beginner exercises to support self-mastery.

Your Pilates teacher will provide continual instruction, reminders and personal feedback during class.

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Mat Progressive (Level 2)

Mat based exercises are gradually progressed to challenge your comprehension of the Foundations of Pilates.

Work within your own capabilities to build on strength, control, coordination and flexibility.

Your Pilates teacher will provide instruction and feedback during class

Small Equipment (Level 2)

Gradually progress your skills through weekly rotations of a variety of mat based small equipment exercises.

Use magic circles, foam rollers, fit-balls, chi balls and therabands to increase strength, control, coordination and flexibility.

Your Pilates teacher will provide instruction and feedback during class.

Equipment Circuit Class (Level 3)

A structured circuit class using both small equipment and large studio equipment.

Undertake exercises with increased resistance and complex coordination to achieve your goals.

Your Pilates teacher will provide instruction and feedback as required in a self-directed environment.

*New Class* - Pilates Balance ( All levels welcome)

A Pilates class primarily performed in sitting or standing. Engage your core and challenge your balance, encouraging stability and confidence on your feet! Suitable for those rehabilitating from surgery or injury or those try to reach their full potential walking or running! Pilates balance will be able to help you reach your goal.

Specialty Class - Mums and Bubs

A specifically designed Pilates class that promotes a safe and targeted return to fitness and wellbeing for new mothers. With a focus nurturing & bonding with your baby in a social group setting.

Specialty Class - Beautiful Bumps

Small group size ensures individual exercises for particular conditions and to help keep your exercising safe and comfortable as you prepare for the arrival of your baby.

Classes include a range of exercises, stretching, and information on ante and post natal topics as well as a chance to socialise with other expecting mothers.

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Why do Pilates at myPhysioSA?

Come along and try a class for free, and find out first hand how great Pilates can make you feel!

FAQ

So how do I start Pilates at myPhysioSA?

myPhysioSA Initial Pilates Consultation

Everyone undergoes an Initial Pilates Consultation before the first class, regardless of where you may have done it before.

Using our real time ultrasound machine you can make sure you are able to switch on your deep core muscles successfully. This will allow you to get the best results when you go into the classes.

The 5 Foundations of myPhysioSA Pilates are initially taught in our individual sessions with our new Pilates participants.

During this initial session, the participant is also educated on the use of various breath patterns to facilitate and stabilise movement.

To maximise the participants holistic involvement in our Pilates program, we then recommend additional 1:1 sessions to succinctly educate our patients on the 5 Foundations of myPhysioSA Pilates.

This is achieved through the education, demonstration and participation in a series of specifically chosen exercises to maximise the participants understanding and control of breathing, core, body awareness, coordination and spine articulation.

“Improving strength and decreasing pain”

Our 5 Foundations of myPhysioSA Pilates are then engrained in our participants during their Pilates classes. Where we challenge these principles further through a variety of Pilates exercises.

Why is Pilates at myPhysioSA different or better than anywhere else?

myPhysioSA prides itself  on providing our clients with Pilates classes that achieve results.

We combine the expert knowledge of Physiotherapists with Pilates to maximise results for our clients.  If you are recovering from an injury you can utilise this knowledge to get back on track faster.

myPhysioSA has developed our 5 Foundations of Pilates that are consistently taught to all our clients, which guarantee results for you.

See the 5 Foundations of myPhysioSA Pilates below

What actually is Pilates?

It’s not just an exercise class, it’s a way to balance your body, rehab and avoid injuries, and tone all your muscles.

Pilates is a full body physical fitness regime created by Joseph Pilates in America in the 1920’s. It is a safe and effective form of exercise for everyone.

It’s benefits include:

•    Improved posture and flexibility
•    Improved core muscle function and stability
•    Emphasises correct breathing patterns and control
•    Overall increase in body strength and tone
•    Injury prevention, as strength training before you are stable can lead to injury
•    Firmer and flatter stomach muscles
•    Improves body awareness
•    Improves balance and co-ordination

We have taken this method further to incorporate the latest scientific research into your core muscles and their functioning, making our exercise programmes extremely specific.

The sooner you get started the sooner you will start to feel better!  Call or email us now to make an appointment.

“My achy body feels better afterwards”

Why do Pilates with a Physio?

Pilates Physios have a University Degree in how the human body should move.  Our keen eyes are constantly checking on how you are doing the exercises, explaining how to activate the correct muscles.

You will be doing Pilates properly with us, that’s a guarantee!

This is what will give you results.

Our classes are different, quite different to your run of the mill Pilates classes that appear at your local fitness centre or School Hall!

The 5 Foundations of myPhysioSA Pilates

1. Breathing

Teaching how different breath patterns can be used to facilitate and stabilise movement.

2. Understanding, isolation and control of core

  • Education of major muscle groups contributing to core.
  • Ultrasound assessment to identify, isolate and control core muscles.
  • Guided exercises to facilitate core control.

3. Body awareness

  • Control and awareness of body position in space.
  • Shoulder blade and pelvic stability and mobility.
  • Organisation and alignment of the head, neck, shoulders and extremities.

4. Coordination

Coordinating and integrating breath, core control and movement fluidly.

5. Spine Articulation

The ability to smoothly control spinal segments throughout dynamic movement.

Listen to a myPhysioSA Pilates class and follow along right now!