Pregnancy Clinical Pilates

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Are you pregnant or recently had a baby?

We offer pregnancy clinical pilates programs that integrate tailored clinical pilates exercises to enhance your overall well-being. Our approach incorporates Clinical Movement Therapy (CMT), which holistically impacts your body by improving strength, mobility, posture, and movement control. By addressing common pregnancy issues such as hip, pelvis, and back pain, our programs aim to support the abdominal muscles in regaining their original strength and function after childbirth. Our experienced physiotherapists craft a personalised program designed to meet your unique needs, and we regularly review and adjust it throughout your pregnancy to ensure optimal results.

 

Getting started

For best results, it’s best to start pregnancy clinical pilates before you are pregnant, however, we can tailor a program for you no matter what stage you are at and you will soon feel the benefits. Before commencing pregnancy clinical pilates sessions, you will need to have a one-hour private assessment. During this session, your physiotherapist will conduct a whole-body assessment and create a program for you, specific to your goals.

Benefits of Pregnancy Clinical Pilates

In addition to the above benefits, you can also expect:

  • prevention of lower back & hip pain
  • improved balance, strength and posture
  • upper body strength (for all those late night feeds!)
  • strong muscles that you need to use for pregnancy, labour, and newborns
  • improved recovery time post-birth
  • pelvic floor and deep abdominal muscle strength

You can join any of our group classes (3-4 people) as all clients receive an individual program, alternatively private sessions can be arranged – and may be booked easily online.

It is a good idea to check with your GP before commencing any exercise program and we recommend you have an initial assessment with our Women’s Health Physiotherapist before starting to check your pelvic floor muscle activation and strength.

About six week’s following birth, if you would like to bring your newborn along with you, we also have a class just for ‘New Mums‘.

To get started, you must first have a one-one initial consultation with one of our Physiotherapists, to make an appointment, simply click here to book online or call (08) 9384 1555.

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