Spent hundreds on treatment and exercise without seeing results?

Do you really know if your posture and/or exercise technique is correct for you? Would you like to improve your strength and mobility but are unsure of which exercises are best for you? Would you like to learn safe and effective exercise technique from an expert and finally achieve your health and fitness goals?

The Mindful Spine Clinic Pilates programs are available both individually and in small group class settings in a bright welcoming studio, with state of the art Balanced Body Pilates equipment. You can join a small group or make up your own group with friends or family and pre-book times to suit you. It’s up to you.

Individual programs can be tailored to strengthen your body for specific sports and occupational needs. Of course the demands of pregnancy, birthing and parenting come with their own unique needs which we can help you with. Pelvic floor need some attention anyone?

Jo completed her post-grad study in Clinical Pilates for rehabilitation at The Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute.

What is Clinical Pilates?

Clinical Pilates differs from Fitness Pilates because it takes into account an individual’s specific injuries and physical needs, instead of having every person work in the same way. Clinical Pilates offers a targeted personal program.

Clinical Pilates is a method of safe and effective exercise that consists of low-impact flexibility and muscular strength and endurance movements. Clinical Pilates emphasizes proper postural alignment, core strength and muscle balance.

How can Clinical Pilates work for you?

The health benefits of Pilates include: improved flexibility. increased muscle strength and tone, particularly of your abdominal muscles, lower back, hips and buttocks (the ‘core muscles’ of your body) balanced muscular strength on both sides of your body.

What is Reformer Based Clinical Pilates?

Our state-of-the-art Balanced Body reformer equipment offers additional assistance to the individual in achieving the goals of Pilates, which include the use of diaphragmatic breathing to organize the body’s posture through coordinated movements with an emphasis on postural control.

Our specialist equipment can be modified to suit the workout for different skill levels and body types. In fact, the reformer is used not only by people looking to strengthen their core, but also by dancers and people participating in all types of sport for training and injury rehabilitation.

Our Pilates reformer work is low-impact and adaptable to all fitness levels. It benefits everyone from teenagers to seniors and elite athletes to people with a more sedentary lifestyle.  Pilates reformer work focuses on core strength and proper muscle engagement which improves athletic performance, back pain, injury recovery, weight loss, balance, bone density and posture to name a few. It is a movement system designed to better our everyday life and well being.