We have a fully-equipped gym, and Pilates reformers, trapeze, combo chair and thoracic barrel to help you recover from injury or to improve strength, conditioning and fitness. We recommend a program of at least three months in order to gain the strength, co-ordination and other benefits of Group Physio Exercise or clinical pilates.
One-on-one and small group sessions of three to four members taught by our physiotherapists are available. Despite being in a group setting, you will be doing your own individual program under the supervision of one of our rehabilitation exercise and clinical pilates trained physiotherapists.
Three to four private consultations are required before attending a group session to enable assessment, develop a tailored program for your specific needs and to familiarise you with the equipment and exercises so that you perform them safely. One to two consultations may be all that is required if you have attended group physio exercises or pilates sessions with us in the past or attended another centre.
Individual re-assessments will need to be performed periodically to ensure that focus and goals are current and to continue working together to achieve the outcome you want.
Group Physio Exercise is claimable through private health fund extras as long as the exercises do not consist solely of pilates exercises. WorkCover and TAC also fund gym and clinical pilates programs.
As of 1 April 2019, pilates is no longer claimable through health fund extras. Group participants who don't claim a private health insurance rebate and prefer to focus on Clinical Pilates exercises can do so. Read our flyer on Group Physio Exercise for more information.
Group Exercise Schedule & Fees Structure
|Monday||2pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm|
|Tuesday||9am, 1pm, 5:30pm, 6:30pm|
|Wednesday||4pm, 5pm, 6pm|
|Thursday||9am, 2pm, 6pm, 7pm|
|Saturday||9am, 10am, 11am|
|Casual group session||$47.00|
|5 session membership||$223.25|
|10 session membership||$423|
Our Group Exercise and Clinical Pilates can help improve flexibility, strength, muscle tone, body awareness, balance, energy and improved mental concentration.
Physiotherapists use group exercise and pilates for a number of reasons including:
- Preventing and managing spinal injuries
- Building strength and stability
- Improving mobility
- Managing arthritis of hips and knees
- Helping encourage good posture, sports performance and injury recovery
- Helping prevention of osteoporosis
- Conditioning the body, which helps prevent injury
- Stimulating the mind and improving mood
Contact PhysioSpot today to find out how Group Physio Exercise and clinical pilates can help you.