More about Clinical Pilates
Pilates has become recognized as one of the most effective ways to enjoy an active and pain free life.
Since 2006, goPhysio has offered specialist ‘Clinical’ Pilates in Chandlers Ford. We offer you both mat and Reformer based Pilates, in a 1-2-1 or class format and even online!
Pilates is an excellent way to help you prevent and recover from injury or manage long standing conditions, such as arthritis or back pain. Under the expert guidance of our specially trained Clinical team, Pilates exercises can be used to ease pain for the long-term while improving your strength, balance, flexibility, coordination and movement.
As part of your recovery from injury, we may recommend Pilates to help your body learn how to move better, get stronger, gain flexibility and balance and help prevent recurrent injuries.
Visit our dedicated Pilates website to find out more.
Why choose goPhysio?
Don’t just take our word for it, we have hundreds of happy patients willing to share their thoughts on their goPhysio experiences. You can read more reviews here.
I can’t recommend enough, attended June 2019 with an injury – Kim was wonderful and gave me exercises that really helped. Then started the pilates classes and can really feel my strength returning. I have just tried the online classes (included in the weekly mat class deal) and intend to do these regularly too – it was straightforward and very clear. Next up, going to try the Reformer 1-1. I feel having pilates lessons from physiotherapists means we are protecting ourselves from further injuries.
What are the benefits?
Clinically led, specailist sessions, perfect for recovery and injury prevention
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