Pilates & Classes Grange, Adelaide
Classes to suit all stages of life
Whole Body Toning & Stronger Core
Improved Flexibility & Posture
Increased Energy Levels
During these classes, you will use a variety of equipment including the Reformer, balls, bands, Pilates circles, weights, foam roller. Equipment class is great if you have an injury or specific goal because the physio will write you your own program specially tailored for you.
Matwork Pilates Classes
These Pilates classes are mat-based classes where you will use your own body weight and some of the smaller equipment such as resistance bands, gym balls, chi balls etc during class. The exercises vary from week to week to ensure good, all body strengthening and stretching.
Over 50s Pilates Classes
These classes are designed specially for more mature and less subtle bodies. Classes aim to not only improve core, general strength, flexibility, but also balance. Balance is something that tends to deteriorate as one ages, however there are often exercises that can be done to restore it.
Our highly skilled physiotherapists are trained in Pilates and understand how the body ages! They have been teaching Pilates classes with clients between the ages of 50 and even up to 80years old. They understand that while your body needs to keep moving, you may need to modify certain exercises, or take it a bit slower.
Keeping strong throughout pregnancy can help to reduce the toll of your pregnancy on your body (especially pelvic, hip and back pain) as well as helping you to bounce back faster after giving birth. As your baby grows, the exercises will be altered to suit your gestation and to keep you and your baby safe. Speak to your physio about which stream of our classes will suit you and your growing baby.
Mums & Bubs Classes
For our post-natal mummas. Bring bubs along to these small classes (max 4 ppl). For more information about post natal Pilates visit our Mums & Bubs page.
We have classes to suit everyone from beginners to Pilates fanatics, and we look forward to hearing from you!
Update – Apr 2019
Pregnanct mums are able to join matwork or equipment classes. Your physio will help to determine what would be most suitable.
Everyone and every body is different. That is why it is essential to have an Introduction to Classes Appointment with the physio before coming to your first class. During this appointment, your physio willl chat to you about any injuries you may have, your goals, and teach you some of the basics. (This excludes Mums & Bubs Pilates. Please visit page for details and prices.)
In most cases, you will be ready to join our Pilates classes after this appointment. In some complex cases, you may require a few one on one Pilates sessions with your physio (eg after an accident, a long history of low back pain, acutely after spinal surgery).
Intro to Pilates Appointment (30mins) $94
Class Prices (excl. mums & bubs)
1 Class $27
Bulk Pack 6 Classes $23 p/class (valid 12wks)
Bulk Pack 10 Classes $21.90 p/class (valid 20 wks)
You may be eligible to save on classes using your private health insurance.
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Book your “Initial Exercise Appointment”.
Conditions Pilates Classes Can Help With
There are many conditions that Pilates can help with. Below are some of the most common.
- Low Back or Pelvic Pain
- Chronic Headache
- Neck or Upper Back Pain
- Rehabiliation after Spinal Surgery
- Rehabilitation after Joint Surgery
- Rehabiliation after Joint Surgery
- Pregnancy and Post Natal
- Pelvic Floor Weakness
- Chronic Pain and Stress
- Workplace RSI Injury
- + More
“Bodies need to be flexible regardless of age, and Phyx is just the clinic to assist me. The instructors are knowledgable, fun, enthusiastic and helpful.”
– Maria B (Over 50s)
“I played my hockey grand final on the weekend and we won! I just wanted to say thanks for your support and guidance regarding my back injury and the road to recovery. I couldn’t have done it without you guys and those Pilates sessions.”
– Brad G (Open Pilates)
“I feel as though I have stretched myself physically. There are simpler options given when we have difficulty with an exercise or more challanging variations if we want to push harder.”
– Genny S (Over 50s)