At Physiotas we have a wide range of Exercise Classes aimed at helping you move better and feel better.
There are classes for improving your general fitness, balance and strength. We have groups to help your injury rehabilitation, and for improving your elite sporting performance. As well as groups targeted at specific conditions such as Diabetes, Osteoarthritis and Parkinson’s.
Apart from our hydrotherapy group sessions, all classes are operated at our onsite private gyms.
All our exercises groups are run by highly trained Physiotherapists or Exercise Physiologists, and combine our professional approach with a fun and friendly environment. People of all ages and fitness levels are welcome.
Call us now to join a class and get started towards moving better and feeling better.
Clinical Pilates is a fantastic form of physical exercise focusing on improving posture, core stability, balance, control, strength, flexibility and breathing. It is excellent form of exercise for those looking to improve their core or limb strength, increase their sporting performance, or who just want to get and stay fit!
If you are interested in commencing Pilates it is essential to have a review with one of our Clinical Pilates Physiotherapists. They will assess your suitability for the class and design a customised program for you.
All our Clinical Pilates therapists are experienced health professionals with post graduate training in Clinical Pilates.
Strength & Conditioning
Strength & Conditioning services at Physiotas provide an option for anyone looking to improve their strength, fitness, movement and overall condition of their athletic performance. Whatever your strength & conditioning needs may be, we can tailor a solution to meet your needs.
Your personalised exercise program will be prescribed following an initial assessment to ensure the best outcomes possible.
Sessions can be conducted on a one-to-one basis, or you can choose to join one of our Core Performance groups or general Exercise Groups which are a lot of fun!
Core Performance is our small group (four people) exercise program with a focus on improving sporting performance.
Aimed at athletes of all abilities, these sessions involve balance, stability and strength training to improve performance, rehab injuries or assist with preventing injuries in the first place.
Core Performance classes involve the use of a range of equipment, including our Redcord suspension trainers and Clinical Pilates equipment.
Exercise is well-recognised as an important component of the management of both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. Exercise plays a role in improving the way muscles respond to insulin, which can assist in the regulation of blood glucose levels. Exercise can also play an important role in the prevention of Type 2 diabetes.
Physiotas provides a Type 2 diabetes specific program, which also involves an educational component about how diabetes can be managed.
Patients with Type 2 diabetes may be eligible for Medicare-funded group based exercise sessions following a GP referral.
Physiotas offers a Parkinson’s Disease Circuit Class, based on scientifically researched specialised exercises to assist with the effective management and treatment of Parkinson’s Disease.
Our exercise program uses a combination of physical and cognitive activities to drive the brains natural ability to rewire itself. The program not only improves motor symptoms, but drives neuroplastic change. It also promotes good exercise behaviour in a fun and social environment, giving people hope that there is life with Parkinson’s disease.
Suitability to join the class is based on a number of criteria, and will be determined following an assessment with an Accredited Exercise Physiologist.
Aquatic Physiotherapy, or hydrotherapy, provides a relaxing and supportive environment that enables people with pain, post-surgical conditions, arthritis and mobility issues, to participate in supervised physical activity and functional rehabilitation.
Flotation and the subsequent increase in buoyancy enhances the effectiveness of exercising the spine, hips, knees and feet. The warmth and buoyancy of a water environment can be used to:
- Reduce pain
- Gradually progress weight bearing
- Promote muscle relaxation
- Increase range, movement and flexibility
- Increase strength and endurance
- Improve core stability and balance reactions
Before attending an Aquatic Physiotherapy class, you need to make an appointment with one of our Physiotherapists who will prepare a customised hydrotherapy program to suit your condition.
Our Exercise Classes offer a great solution for anyone looking to start or continue with an ongoing exercise program in a safe, supervised setting. Whether this be to assist with management of a chronic health condition, rehab an injury, or improve your general strength, fitness and health.
Following an initial assessment, a personalised exercise program will be prescribed for you by one of our Exercise Physiologists. During the exercise class you will complete your individual program under the supervision of an Accredited Exercise Physiologist.
GLAD is an evidence-based physiotherapy exercise program for knee and hip osteoarthritis.
The program consists of one education session and two exercise classes per week, over a period of six weeks.
To join the program you will need to be assessed by one of our specially trained Physiotherapists. Groups are capped at five people.