(Previously named Intermediate-Advanced Pilates)
Who is this class designed for?
This class is for those who are at the intermediate-advanced level with a good fitness level and who need more of a challenge. It is designed for people who want to build more on core strength and control.
What does this class involve?
These classes can include mat exercises, fitball, rings, pilates balls, weights and bands. There is a maximum of 6 in a class and classes run for 45 minutes. Although this is a slightly more advanced class, the Physiotherapist or Exercise Physiologist will still modify any exercises you are having difficulty with or you are finding too easy.
What do I need to bring to this class?
- Exercise mat.
- Although we do have a water station, please bring your own water bottle.
Did you know we offer a free class assessment, and your first class is free!
If you have not seen our Exercises Physiologist Natalie, please gives a call on 07 4724 0768 to book in for your free initial assessment to be able to join into a group class. Just mention ‘free class and assessment website offer’ when you book.
Private health rebates are available with participating health fund providers.
Are initial screening sessions essential?
All participants are required to undergo an initial screening assessment to ensure their safety and to make sure their goals are met in the class. This is a consultation with one of our qualified Physiotherapists or Exercise Physiologists who run the classes.
This screening includes assessments applicable to you and your goals and any other areas that need to be focused on. Your initial assessment will also teach you how to find the most appropriate, safe, and effective exercises for you.
After you have completed a series of any of the group classes you can book in for another screening session to monitor your progress.
Equipment is available to be purchased at the clinic if you would like to continue your exercises at home.