Pilates

Clinical Pilates

 

move forward pilates

CLINICAL PILATES

Pilates is run from Quinns, Hillarys, Butler, Kinross, Hocking and Jindalee locations so please contact us at any of these convenient locations for any further information.

QUINNS PHYSIOTHERAPY

2/10 Mindarie Drive
QUINNS WA 6030

Ph: 9305 0000

Email: Quinns Physiotherapy

HILLARYS PHYSIOTHERAPY

at Whitfords City Shopping Centre
Shop 45 470 Whitfords Avenue
Next to Pharmacy 777
Hillarys WA 6025

Phone: 9403 3884

Email: Hillarys Physiotherapy

JINDALEE PHYSIOTHERAPY

21/6 Jindalee Blvd
JINDALEE WA 6036

Phone: 9562 4720

Email: Jindalee Physiotherapy

 
BUTLER PHYSIOTHERAPY

3/175 Butler Blvd
BUTLER WA 6036

Ph: 9562 5417

Email: Butler Physiotherapy

HOCKING PHYSIOTHERAPY

16/176 Nicholas Road
HOCKING WA 6065

Ph: 9405 7800

Email: Hocking Physiotherapy

KINROSS PHYSIOTHERAPY

2/59 Kinross Drive
KINROSS WA 6028

Phone: 9305 6261

Email: Kinross Physiotherapy

 

 “FRIENDS and FITNESS”

We offer classes in a one hour “Friends and Fitness” sessions with up to 4 participants. This is for those patients who have experience in Pilates or are already active and have a good starting exercise level. The classes are also a great way to socialise and have fun! Classes are run at our Quinns, Butler, Hillarys, Kinross and Jindalee locations.

“YOU’RE THE FOCUS”

For those patients who prefer one on one or need greater supervision we also offer individual “You’re the Focus” Pilates sessions run over a 30 minute appointment. A great inital starting point for those looking at rehabiliating injuries or just generally looking to become fit and healthy. This is available at our Quinns, Hillarys, Butler, Kinross, Hocking and Jindalee locations.

Why choose Move Forward?

Move Forward clinics offer personalized Pilates exercise programs devised and supervised by trained physiotherapists to target your individual needs. Pilates as an exercise form can be invaluable in retraining movement control, strength and flexibility, balance and coordination.

Move Forward physiotherapists staff are trained in several forms of Pilates, including Polestar, Stott and Clinical Pilates. Generally clients will attend weekly Pilates sessions over a minimum 6 to 12 week period. However, this may vary as each client will be advised how often and for how long they should attend to obtain the best outcome for their condition.

How does it help?

Pilates may be beneficial in the treatment or rehabilitation of:

  • Back and neck pain
  • Shoulder pain and dysfunction
  • Ankle and knee rehabilitation following sporting injury
  • Hip and pelvic pain, weakness or stiffness
  • Recurrent or chronic pain conditions
  • Motor control retraining
  • Strength and flexibility training
  • Pre and post natal fitness
  • Improving general fitness, health and well being

 

Pilates exercises may include mat work (floor based), ball, foam roller, reformer or trapeze. Pilates is available at Quinns Physiotherapy, Hillarys Physiotherapy, Hocking Physiotherapy, Butler Physiotherapy, Kinross Physiotherapy and Jindalee Physiotherapy. Call today to find out what Pilates services are available to you.

977894479