Our Physio Exercise Group sessions are perfect for clients requiring a personalised approach to exercise safely and reach their personal goals, utilising both Pilates informed exercises, and strength based exercises.

Due to the current COVID-19 situation-our current class options are not available.
We now have 3 alternate options for Pilates and Physio Exercise

  1. 1-1 Pilates and Exercise Session
    Why not continue with your Pilates and Exercise Program with the supervision of your Physio?
    Your physio will be able to continue to monitor your program with updates, changes and continue to check your techniques.
    Just book speak with our friendly admin staff who will book an appointment. Normal subsuquent fees apply with Private Health rebates applicable.
  2. Online Pilates
    Don't want to go outside-no worries, we have Online Pilates just for you!
    Click Here to view information about Online Pilates
  3. Private Reformer Room
    The Injury Hub has dedicated one of its room for unsupervised individual reformer exercises. This enables participants who previously performed our group reformer classes the ability to continue their reformer program in their own time and private space.
    The room is for one person only, making it private, clean and safe.
    Click Here for details about Private Reformer Room

Temporarily Unavailable

We offer a number of Physio Exercise Group sessions throughout the week, with a maximum of 5 participants per class with 1 physiotherapist.

These classes involve a combination of reformer or equipment based exercises and floor or mat based exercises.

You are required to have an initial assessment prior to attending a class, so that your Physiotherapist can determine your strength and weaknesses and develop an exercise program that you will perform in your group session.

Therefore, your exercises are individual to your needs, ensuring that we are maximising the benefits that you will obtain from attending your Clinical Pilates class.


Our exercise reformers are specially designed equipment, which uses springs for resistance, to develop strength of the core/trunk muscles that help to keep the body supported and balanced.

Our staff have extensive training in the prescription of pilates informed exercises, and utilise these exercises in combination with strength based exercises using our rehabilitation gym equipment.

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