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Clinical Pilates
Surrey Hills

Personalised in-studio Clinical Pilates classes led by qualified physiotherapists

Achieve Your Goals with Clinical Pilates Surrey Hills

Clinical Pilates has revolutionised the world of health by offering a unique, low-impact way to achieve your strength, fitness, and flexibility goals.  You can expect guidance from a physiotherapist who will help identify the specific areas that are contributing to injury or pain.  


Many of our clients have tried exercising at home but have struggled with consistency or persistent injuries. Others just don’t like the idea of joining a gym. If this sounds like you, then our Clinical Pilates classes might be for you.

 What Does Clinical Pilates Look Like? 


Clinical Pilates combines the feel good and get stronger principles of Pilates with the clinical understanding of physiotherapy. We may use Clinical Pilates to prepare you for surgery, recover from surgery, and manage musculoskeletal pain and injury.  It may also assist with addressing neck and back pain and chronic pain and may also reduce the risk of re-injury. 

At Eastside Physio + Co, our Clinical Pilates classes are specific to you and your body. Following an initial assessment with our skilled team, we create a personalised program for you, your goals, and your condition.

Who is Clinical Pilates For?

Clinical Pilates is designed for people experiencing injuries, biomechanical insufficiencies, chronic pain, or illness. It blends physiotherapy with Pilates and exercise science to enhance movement and speed up recovery.

It may assist in the management of:

  • Neck pain

  • Postural issues

  • Maternal health (pre-and post-natal)

  • Back pain

  • Balance and coordination issues

  • Women’s health and pelvic floor weakness

  • Shoulder and rotator cuff injuries

  • Restricted mobility

  • Degenerative and neurological disease

  • Hip, knee, and ankle pain

Our instructors are fully qualified physiotherapists who are passionate about what they do and want to share their love of Pilates with you. Sign up for your first class today.

Looking for a low-impact exercise to help you recover from or manage injury, chronic pain, or illness? Give Clinical Pilates Surrey Hills a try!

What are the Benefits of Clinical Pilates?

At Eastside Physio + Co, each patient’s journey is unique, and our classes are entirely personalised. Depending on your personal goals and physical condition, some of the benefits may include:


  • Improved core strength (and overall strength in general)

  • Reduced pain

  • Improved balance and coordination

  • Assistance with childbirth and recovery

  • Improved biomechanical imbalances

  • Faster recovery from and reduced incidence of injury

  • Improved muscular control

  • Guided rehabilitation for injuries

  • Increased flexibility

  • Enhanced sense of wellbeing


Whether you’re new to the clinic or have been with us for some time, it’s never too late to start your journey to feeling stronger and moving more. 

Frequently Asked Questions 

What sort of equipment is used in a Clinical Pilates class? 

You can actually expect to use a range of physiotherapy and Pilates equipment, including pulleys, resistance bands, Pilates rings, hand weights, kettlebells, foam rollers, Allegro reformers, and more.


Can I claim Clinical Pilates classes on my private health insurance? 

If you have physiotherapy cover as part of your private health insurance policy, you may be able to receive a rebate for both private and group Clinical Pilates classes. Please contact your insurer for more information.


Do I need a referral to join a Clinical Pilates class? 

No referrals are required; however, you will need to book an initial assessment with one of our physiotherapists prior to joining a class. This will provide us with the information needed to tailor a program to you.

Clinical Pilates @ Eastside




Tell us your story, set goals and take the first step on your Pilates journey. In your 40 minute initial assessment, we will discuss your medical history and conduct a thorough examination. If you have any scans or medical documents that you believe may be relevant, feel free to bring them in. Wear easy-to-move-in comfortable clothing for this session.



For beginners we recommend at least 1-3 sessions with an experienced physio to help develop and practice your tailored program with close guidance.  In your 1:1 sessions we’ll guide your form and make sure your program is perfect for you with the right level of challenge.



Once your personalised program is created you will be ready to start in a group setting. We keep our class numbers small (maximum of 5 people to 1 instructor). You will have guidance for your individualised program that is completed in the session. Your instructor will assist you in the class to make sure you are comfortable and progressing at your own safe and comfortable pace.

What is the Difference Between Regular Pilates and Clinical Pilates?  

Although many people view regular Pilates and Clinical Pilates as one and the same, using the terms interchangeably, there are actually a number of differences in terms of practice, purpose, and methods.

In short, regular Pilates caters to the general public and does not focus on any specific injury or physical need. Instead, its focus is on improving overall physical health.

Clinical Pilates, on the other hand, is used for patient-specific treatment and takes into account individual injuries and physical needs. It also involves a clinical assessment by a qualified physiotherapist.

Look After You With Clinical Pilates Surrey Hills

Our team of fully qualified instructors bring years of experience in physiotherapy and Clinical Pilates to the table. We want to ensure that you have a comfortable session and leave feeling great, which is why all our programs are completely personalised according to you, your physical needs, and your goals. Whether you’re booking your first Pilates class or your hundredth, our team is here to provide support every step of the way.

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