What’s The Difference? Pilates vs Clinical Pilates
Pilates vs Clinical Pilates
We often get asked what the difference is between regular/fitness (mat) Pilates classes and our Clinical Pilates consultations. And it’s no wonder, the word ‘Pilates’ has become used by so many different businesses, each with varying degrees of quality.
We have seen Pilates classes with mass fitness reformers in gyms, mats on the floors of workplaces or community centers and personal training centers as well as studios like ours with equipment such as Trapeze, Reformers, Wobble Board, Thoracic Barrel and Foam Wedge!
But what does all of this mean and how do you know which type of class is best for you?
Clinical Pilates is specific to you.
As Physiotherapist’s, we have an in-depth knowledge of injury, healing and
movement patterns. We ensure your Clinical Pilates exercises will be the most effective for you.
Our Clinical Pilates programs provide faster and long-term results. Your program is specific to you, with individual exercises for what your body needs.
You can choose either private or small group classes (up to 4 people), six days per week. We use the latest Clinical Pilates equipment, such as trapeze and reformers in our spacious Nedlands studio.
Book your Clinical Pilates Initial Assessment now or call (08) 6389 2947.