Category: Pilates

Coronavirus Updates

Telehealth – What Is It & Is It For Me? April 2nd, 2020 Click here to read more on what Telehealth is and if it is for you. In The Current Lockdown, is Physiotas Still Open? March 31st, 2020 π—¬π—²π˜€, π˜„π—²β€™π—Ώπ—² 𝗼𝗽𝗲𝗻 Physiotas is still open at all locations for appointments either in the practice […]

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What is the PINC & STEEL Cancer Rehabilitation Program?

Unfortunately in this day and age it is common to be affected by cancer in some way. It might be that we experience cancer ourselves. Or a family member or friend might receive a diagnosis. Whatever the reason, cancer is having an increasing impact on many of our lives. Cancer is a major public health […]

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Why I Love Clinical Pilates

My own experience of Pilates began almost eight years ago. After having four children I found myself unable to go for a walk, or do the vacuuming, without feeling unstable in my core. So, being a wise Physiotherapist, I joined a Pilates Group at Physiotas – and loved it! Not only was I able to […]

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Why Pilates Is A Safe & Fun Exercise Option During Pregnancy

There are a number of benefits associated with exercise during and after pregnancy. Today’s article discusses these benefits and why Clinical Pilates is a safe and fun option. Why exercise? Recent Sports Medicine Australian Guidelines highlighted the importance of being active while pregnant. Being physically active during pregnancy has a number of benefits. These include: […]

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Clinical vs Traditional Pilates … What is the Difference?

What is Pilates? Pilates is a form of exercise that utilises a person’s body weight or the resistance of equipment. It combines movement and breath control to improve strength and flexibility. Pilates has become a popular form of exercise over the last decade. You will find classes at most gyms, community centres and physiotherapy clinics. […]

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