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Pilates in it’s purest form was developed by Joseph Pilates in the early 1900’s to allow patients confined to a hospital bed to remain strong and active via attaching pulleys to their beds, thus providing a novel style of resistance training.

From this humble beginning, Joseph refined his ideas to develop specific equipment, (which we now know as  ‘The Reformer’ and ‘Trapeze Table’), both of which he then used to help strengthen and train performers in the New York dancing community.  Joseph believed the basis of any exercise, strength, and postural programme had to begin with activating and training the ‘deep core muscles’ around the abdominal area- a fundamental theory which remains true in teaching throughout the world today.

Clinical Pilates is a specialized style of Pilates which has become a strong foundation for rehabilitation in the Physiotherapy world.  With an expert knowledge of anatomy, combined with an evidence-based approach for injury prevention and management, Physios are clear leaders in teaching the Pilates method.

Who is this class appropriate for?

The Pilates Mat class is appropriate for anyone relatively new to Pilates who is looking to improve their spinal mobility, core control, posture and/or flexibility.   It is also a great introduction to Clinical Pilates post-operatively or for those who are still experiencing acute pain or may be limited with their range of motion.

What does a Pilates Mat class involve?

The Mat class is an 8-week course of 45 minutes duration.  It involves a warm up, main exercise section and cool down. The exercises vary and progress each week over our 8-week term.  The exercises can include a variety of postural positions including standing, lying on your back, side, tummy and kneeling, in order to strengthen a wide range of important muscles groups.

We sometimes use additional small equipment including gym balls, foam rollers, resistance band and magic circles to progress your exercises, keep the sessions varied and maximise your benefit.

How many people are in each class?

There are a maximum of 6 people in the class so that you can have attention from your Physio trained Pilates instructor at an individual level. It will mean you will have minor adjustments made to master the form and we can also change exercises so that you can keep attending Pilates even if you are carrying an injury.

What are the main benefits of joining a mat class?

This class is a great introduction to Pilates and its many benefits include improving spinal mobility, core control, posture, balance and flexibility.   You will come away feeling stretched and as though you have activated muscles you never even knew existed!

How much does the class cost?

For 8 weeks:     $328 ($41 per week)  less rebate

For an extended course – 16 weeks:    $528 ($33 per week)  less rebate

Will I be supervised?  Absolutely!  All Classes at Sydney Physiotherapy Solutions have highly skilled and experienced instructors who have a thorough knowledge of any injuries you may have, and specific modifications to progress or regress the level of exercise you are performing.

Totally new to Pilates?  Don’t panic!  Our team are well practiced in looking after you and will guide you from your first appointment all the way through into your class.  There is also always the option of staying with a 1:1 Pilates private or Duet option also if a class is not your preference.

How do I get started?   To book into any Pilates class, and to prepare you for this class, you will need to book for a 45 minute Pilates Initial Assessment.  This will be a 1:1 assessment with a Pilates Clinician/Physiotherapist.

Who is this class appropriate for?

This class is set at a higher level of intensity and is appropriate for those who are relatively injury free and have a good grasp of their Pilates core exercises.  A great progression from  the Mat and Reformer Equipment classes.

What does this class involve?

This class runs as a 45-minute high intensity session.  We begin with a group warm up and then shift gear to a 7-station circuit, to include the Reformer, Trapeze Table (aka Cadillac), the Wunda Chair, Barrell and small equipment such as the Bosu, Swiss Ball, foam roller and small weights.

What are the main benefits of joining a Cardio Pilates class?

The Cardio class is great for those wishing to take their Equipment based Pilates to the next level.  As a complement to any fitness regime, the cardio class challenges neutral spine and core control in various postures.  The choreography also challenges co-ordination, balance, strength and power of both the upper and lower body, so is an all round work out.

How many people are in the class?

The cardio class has a maximum of 7 people to ensure close supervision to correct posture and technique.

How much does the class cost?

8 weeks –  $328 ($41 per week) less rebate
16 weeks (Extended Class) –  $528 ($33 per week) less rebate 

Will I be supervised?  Absolutely!  All Classes at Sydney Physiotherapy Solutions have highly skilled and experienced Instructors who have a thorough knowledge of any injuries you may have, and specific modifications to progress or regress the level of exercise you are performing.

Totally new to Pilates?  Don’t panic!  Our team are well practiced in looking after you and will guide you from your first appointment all the way through into your class.  There is also always the option of staying with a 1:1 Pilates private or Pilates Duet option also if a class is not your preference.

How do I get started?   To book into any Pilates class, and to prepare you for this class, you will need to book for a 45 minute Pilates Initial Assessment.  This will be a 1:1 assessment with a Pilates Clinician/Physiotherapist.

Who is this class appropriate for?

The Runners Pilates class is appropriate for those who would consider themselves to have a moderate to good level of strength/fitness. It is ideal for people looking to do some strength/endurance work to compliment their running. The idea is that the class will work on the muscles used in running to help improve running technique and remain injury free.

What does this class involve?

The class involves a seven-station circuit class using big and small Pilates equipment. This includes; reformers, Trapeze table, Wunda-chair, Foam rollers, Barrels and BOSUs. After a 5-7 miinute warm up we have 4 minutes at each station where you will work on key running muscles such as glutes, hamstrings, abs and quads. The exercises are designed to challenge you as close to running position as possible. Throughout the small group class an instructor will be correcting your form and adjusting your exercises based on your ability/injuries.

What are the main benefits of joining this class?

The main benefit of this class is that it’s an easy and fun way to reduce your risk of running injuries. It also teaches you how to use your core and improve your running technique.

How many people are in the class?

We have a max of 7 people in the class so that you can have attention from your Physio trained Pilates instructor at an individual level. It will mean you will have minor adjustments made to master the form and we can also change exercises so that you can keep attending Pilates even if you are carrying an injury.

How much does the class cost?

8 weeks –  $328 ($41 per week) less rebate
16 weeks (Extended) – $528 ($33 per week) less rebate

Will I be supervised?  Absolutely!  All Classes at Sydney Physiotherapy Solutions have highly skilled and experienced Instructors who have a thorough knowledge of any injuries you may have, and specific modifications to progress or regress the level of exercise you are performing.

Totally new to Pilates?  Don’t panic!  Our team are well practiced in looking after you and will guide you from your first appointment all the way through into your class.  There is also always the option of staying with a 1:1 Pilates private option also if a class is not your preference.

How do I get started?   To book into any Pilates class, and to prepare you for this class, you will need to book for a 45 minute Pilates Initial Assessment.  This will be a 1:1 assessment with a Pilates Clinician/Physiotherapist.

Who is this class appropriate for? 

This class is suitable for ladies to join at any stage of their pregnancy if they are medically cleared for exercise.

What does this class involve? 

The 45 minute class begins with education and activation of pelvic floor and deep abdominals, to ensure participants are confident with these exercises.  Ladies will then be led through a series of exercises on the small equipment such as Swiss Ball, Theraband, Magic Circle and small weights to challenge stability and strength in different postures.  Your Clinician will take into account the stage of pregnancy and both physiological (e.g blood pressure) and physical changes associated with your pregnancy.

What are the main benefits of joining this class?

–        Understanding the anatomy, and building strength of the Pelvic Floor and Transverse (deep ) Abdominal muscles  – muscles that provide support and stability for the spine, pelvis and baby bump in both the pre and post-natal period.

–        Awareness and cueing for spinal posture; to include strengthening of the deep stabilisers throughout the spine

–        Improving spinal mobility (movement) for both the upper and lower parts of the spine

–        Safe, progressive exercises that can be performed on both Mat, small equipment (e.g Swiss Ball) and the Pilates Reformer; Cadillac and Wunda Chair

–        Management of any pre-existing or current musculoskeletal injuries throughout pregnancy

How many people are in the class?

The Pilates for Pregnancy class has a maximum of 6 people to enable close supervision of each lady and to ensure exercises are performed safely for their particular pregnancy.

How much does the class cost?

Ladies can purchase either a 5 week pass at a cost of $41/class ($205 total) less rebate, or a 10 week pass at a cost of $37/class ($370 total) less rebate. Weekly attendance is recommended to optimise benefits of the class, however we understand if you are not feeling well so your pass will only be used on days of attendance.

Will I be supervised?  Absolutely!  All Classes at Sydney Physiotherapy Solutions have highly skilled and experienced Instructors who have a thorough knowledge of any injuries you may have, and specific modifications to progress or regress the level of exercise you are performing.

Totally new to Pilates?  Don’t panic!  Our team are well practiced in looking after you and will guide you from your first appointment all the way through into your class.  There is also always the option of staying with a 1:1 Pilates private option also if a class is not your preference.

How do I get started?   To book into any Pilates class, and to prepare you for this class, you will need to book for a 45 minute Pilates Initial Assessment.  This will be a 1:1 assessment with a Pilates Clinician/Physiotherapist.

Who is this class appropriate for? This program is aimed at Men following radical prostatectomy (and/or radiation therapy) to help improve postural control, pelvic floor strength and endurance and develop general fitness and muscle tone.

What does this class involve? The class is run in a circuit format (7 stations in total). We spend 10 minutes doing a warm-up or pelvic floor exercises and then it is onto the circuits. We run sessions in blocks of 8 weeks with each class running for 45 minutes.

What are the main benefits of joining this class? These classes are designed to benefit men that are still have some post operative incontinence, but also challenge those who are no longer incontinent and just need to improve everyday fitness. The circuit includes elements of pelvic floor muscle training, core muscle strength, postural control, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility

How many people are in the class? The classes have a maximum of six participants

How much does the class cost? The cost of the program is $328 ($41 per week) for an 8 week term, or $528 ($33 perweek) for 2 terms or 16 weeks. Both of these options are  claimable from your private health fund as group physiotherapy.

Will I be supervised?  Absolutely!  All Classes at Sydney Physiotherapy Solutions have highly skilled and experienced Instructors who have a thorough knowledge of any injuries you may have, and specific modifications to progress or regress the level of exercise you are performing.

Totally new to Pilates?  Don’t panic!  Our team are well practiced in looking after you and will guide you from your first appointment all the way through into your class.  There is also always the option of staying with a 1:1 Pilates private option also if a class is not your preference.

How do I get started?   To book into any Pilates class, and to prepare you for this class, you will need to book for a 45 minute Pilates Initial Assessment.  This will be a 1:1 assessment with a Pilates Clinician/Physiotherapist.

Who is this class appropriate for?

The Cycle Fit Pilates class is appropriate for cyclists of all levels who wish to improve on their posture, spinal mobility, flexibility and core strength. It is ideal for people looking to add these components to their training timetable to complement their riding.

 What does this class involve?

The class involves a seven-station circuit class using various Pilates equipment. This includes; Reformers, Trapeze table, Wunda-chair, Foam rollers, Barrels and BOSUs. After a 5-7 minute warm up we have 4 minutes at each station where you will work on stretching & strengthening muscles such as glutes, hamstrings, abs and quads. There are also elements to help improve the movement and flexibility of the spine and upper body. The exercises are designed to challenge you as close to a cycling position as possible. Throughout the class an instructor will be correcting your form and adjusting your exercises based on your ability/injuries.

What are the main benefits of joining this class?

A key benefit of this class is that it’s an easy and fun way to reduce your risk of cycling injuries and repetitive stress building up as you ride. It also teaches you how to use your core and the application of this to your cycling. It bridges a nice gap between the cardio of your rides and the strength and conditioning required to reduce the risk of injury.

How many people are in the class?

We have a max of 7 people in the class so that you can have attention from your Physio trained Pilates instructor at an individual level. It will mean you will have minor adjustments made to master the form and we can also change exercises so that you can keep attending Pilates even if you are carrying an injury.

How much does the class cost? To join for one term there is a cost of $41/class less private health rebate. If you commit to 2 terms (16 weeks) this drops to $33/class less rebate.

Will I be supervised? Absolutely! All Classes at Sydney Physiotherapy Solutions have highly skilled and experienced Instructors who have a thorough knowledge of any injuries you may have, and specific modifications to progress or regress the level of exercise you are performing.

Totally new to Pilates? Don’t panic! Our team are well practiced in looking after you and will guide you from your first appointment all the way through into your class. There is also always the option of staying with a 1:1 Pilates private option also if a class is not your preference.

How do I get started?   To book into any Pilates class, and to prepare you for this class, you will need to book for a 45 minute Pilates Initial Assessment. This will be a 1:1 assessment with a Pilates Clinician/Physiotherapist.

Please contact reception on 9252 5770 if you would like to make an enquiry, or book into a class.

This is a brand new advanced level pilates class for the Triathletes amongst us.  The emphasis is strength, mobility and flexibility for all 3 disciplines, and will complement training perfectly to help improve efficiency and bring awareness to the muscle groups specific to Triathlon training.  There is strong focus also on injury prevention, with a circuit style class designed to address common postural errors and areas at risk of strain. 

The class will run Wednesday mornings with Virginia from 7:30-8:15am. Initial assessment is required for all participants new to Pilates

There are 3 membership options available for our Pilates clients

1. Gold Membership

A client purchasing a 12-month Gold Membership receives:

  • access to 1 class per week throughout the year
  • priority selection of desired class time
  • 9 x make-up classes per year1
  • a 25% discount
  • access to Direct Debit monthly payments

1 SPS must be notified in advance of a client’s absence and selection of a make-up time must be made at that time.

Pricing

  • Gold Membership total = $1470 ($122/4 weeks),  less rebate, 12-month contract. This is a 25% discount.

2. Platinum Membership

 A client purchasing 12-month Platinum Membership receives:

  • access to 2 classes per week throughout the year
  • priority selection of desired class times
  • 12 x make-up classes per year2
  • 3 x 45-minute Massage Therapy sessions
  • complimentary pair of pilates socks and spikey massage ball
  • 35% discount

2 SPS must be notified in advance of a client’s absence and selection of a make-up time must be made at that time.

Pricing:

  • Platinum Membership total = $2742 ($228/ 4 weeks), less rebate,  12-month contract. This is a 35% discount.

Reception can be contacted on 9252 5770 or pilates@ssop.com.au for further details, class bookings or to speak with one of our highly qualified pilates instructors.

3. Silver Membership 

A client purchasing a 6 month Silver Membership receives:

  • Access to 1 class per week for 3 terms
  • The option to extend this to 2 classes per week
  • Access to 4 weekly direct debit
  • Make-up classes subject to availability
  • 20% discount

Pricing:

  • Silver Membership (one class/week) total = $792 ($132/ 4 weeks) less rebate, 6 month contract. This is a 20% discount.
  • Silver Membership total (two classes/week) = $1584 ($264/ 4 weeks) less rebate, 6 month contract. This is a 20% discount.

How will Clinical Pilates help me?

We treat sports injuries and pain conditions including back pain, neck pain, herniated discs, sciatica, tailbone pain, shoulder injuries and knee pain.

Clinical Pilates is a great way of exercising at any stage of injury, as you can begin with simply by learning how to ‘switch on’ your deep core, along with specific muscles that need to begin working again.  Exercises can be tailored specifically for you, to help reach your goals.

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