Clinical Pilates


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What is Clinical Pilates?

Clinical Pilates is a form of exercise rehabilitation that combines Physiotherapy and Pilates in a clinical setting.
Our Certified Stott Pilates instructor is also a Registered Physiotherapist with 10 years of experience in working with clients with neurological disorders such as stroke, acquired brain injury, spinal cord injury, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis and cerebral palsy.

Clinical Pilates is unique at Neuromotion because both your assessment and instruction will be carried out by a Registered Physiotherapist.

Clinical Pilates has a strong emphasis on teaching you how to recruit and use your core stabilising muscles and educating you about correct spinal posture as well as working on any specific muscles which are weak or imbalanced.

Can I do Clinical Pilates if I have a neurological disorder?

Of course! Here at Neuromotion we believe that all exercise systems should be accessible to you regardless of your disability. Exercises will be adapted to each client’s individual needs.

What we offer (Neuromotion Victoria):

  • Private one on one sessions
  • A one-on-one Pilates session taught by a physiotherapist and designed specifically for you and your body.
  • Group classes ( can be organized on demand) (pre-assessment is required)
  • These courses are adapted for individuals living with stroke, brain injury, incomplete spinal cord injury, MS, and other neurological conditions. The participants must be able to:
    • transfer independently onto either a height adjustable treatment bed (“plinth”) or the floor
    • follow verbal cues and instructions for the exercises in the class (although individual attention

How does it work?

When practiced consistently, Pilates improves flexibility, builds strength and develops control and endurance in the whole body. Pilates puts an emphasis on breathing, control, precision, concentration centring and efficiency of movement during a series of low impact exercises that target your key areas of weakness.