Trio Reformer Pilates

We will be running Trio Reformer Pilates starting 15 June 2020 at The Pilates Practice. We’ve kept the numbers low (3 max.) to ensure you get close guidance from our Pilates instructors to develop a smarter body. The Reformer machine consists of a moving platform that uses springs as resistance. It has straps, foot bar, headrest and shoulder pads to facilitate your body into the correct alignment and movement patterns whilst exercising. Reformer Pilates is a form of low impact exercise that offers the benefits of strength and flexibility of the abdomen, joints and inner muscles of the body. Movement on a Reformer is specific therefore, allowing greater feedback for you and your instructor to help isolate your muscles better than mat Pilates. It is a fun way to exercise that is great for the mind, body and soul!

We use Studio Reformers from Body Balance.


Monday 6:30-7:30pm
Instructed by Sandar
The Girdle focuses on upper body posture and organisation of the head-neck-shoulders, where we work the upper back, shoulder and arms a little more than the lower body!

Tuesday 7:00-8:00pm
Instructed by Sandar
Hip Hip Hooray focuses on lower body alignment and pelvis stability, where we work the hips, legs and feet a little more than upper body.

Wednesday 7:30-8:30pm
Instructed by Alexia
Full Body Blast builds a strong foundation that will help increase your overall muscle efficiency and power concentrating in alignment and proper engagement of every muscle.

Thursday 7:30-8:30pm
Instructed by Alexia
Corellective targets and strengthens your core muscles while concentrating on proper postural alignment.


$4000/ 10 sessions + 1 private lesson (60 minutes) – 3 months validity

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Clinical Pilates

Clinical Pilates is based on the Pilates method. It focuses on core stability, strength, posture, balance and control. It differs from Pilates classes in that it is tailored to the individual and taught by a fully qualified physiotherapist. It is exercises on reformers, trap tables and other specialised equipment used to treat specific injuries, especially low back pain and instability of the spine. It is an excellent way to train your core, get stronger and prepare for return from injury. Clinical Pilates is often covered by insurance when used by your physiotherapist.

Pre and Postnatal Pilates

Our prenatal Pilates programs are individually designed by a physiotherapist to prepare your body for the birth of your child. The exercises are designed to work on your core stability and pelvic control to help keep you pain free before, and speed recovery after, childbirth.

Postnatal programs are designed using real time ultrasound and help you return to full activity and regain your shape with safe supervised exercises. We use reformers, trap tables, mat work, a Gyrotonic machine and other Pilates equipment in both PhysioCentral and The Pilates Practice to get the best results for you, before and after.

Conditioning Pilates

Once you have completed a course of physiotherapy or Pilates to recover from your injury we can provide conditioning Pilates to continue to maintain core strength and stability. This will help you to avoid preventable injuries coming back.

Injury Rehabilitation

Pilates is an excellent treatment modality for injury rehabilitation. The teaching effects of muscle control, core stability, strength and flexibility are excellent for injury rehabilitation and prevention. Should an assessment by your physiotherapist determine Pilates is the best form of injury rehabilitation we can work with you at both of our clinics, PhysioCentral and The Pilates Practice. There we have Pilates reformers, trap tables, Gyrotonic, wonder chairs and much more.