Ace Sports Clinic has merged with One to One Physiotherapy! Show more

After 34 years of private practice, Registered Physiotherapist Line Troster is pleased to be joining the multidisciplinary team at Ace Sports Clinic. Line brings a wealth of knowledge, skill & passion.

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Clinical Pilates

What is Pilates

  • A form of mind-body exercise that concentrates on strengthening the core muscles, improving posture and alignment, breathing and body awareness
  • Pilates is scientifically proven to reduce low back pain and help you move better
  • Pilates is practiced with a qualified instructor on a mat or reformer

Pilates can help you with:

  • Low back, pelvic and neck pain
  • Overuse injuries like tendon (tendinopathy) and joint problems (arthritis)
  • Pregnancy and Post-Partum recovery
  • Rehabilitation of Sporting Injuries like muscle strains and ligament sprains
  • Improving your Performance in all athletic and fitness pursuits

Benefits of Pilates

  • Improved posture, core strength and flexibility
  • Improved balance, coordination and control of movements
  • Reduced pain
  • Helps prevent injuries and maximise your sporting performance
  • Relaxation and improved well being

What to expect from Pilates at Ace Sports Clinic

  • Single Pilates sessions are 1-on-1 with one of our Pilates instructors who will tailor all exercises to your needs
  • Single Pilates sessions include an initial assessment to discuss your relevant medical and musculoskeletal history, as well as your goals for joining Pilates
  • Small Group classes (6 participants or less) run for 50 minutes and involve personalised instruction about your core muscles and how to optimally activate them to get fit and prevent injury
  • It is recommended to sign up for at least one Single Pilates (1-on-1) session prior to joining one of our Group classes, so a thorough assessment can be performed of your body
  • Exercises are performed in a flowing, coordinated pattern incorporating breathing techniques

The Ace Sports Clinic Pilates Difference

  • Supervised small group classes run by specialists in Pilates providing constant feedback and ensuring that each exercise undertaken is appropriate for your condition and level of fitness
  • Personalised assessments where we tailor your exercises to your specific goals
  • Collaboration with other experts at Ace Sports Clinic who also hold advanced training in Pilates

How to decide between Single Pilates (1-on-1) sessions or a Group Class

Single Pilates sessions

  • Provide a more personalised approach that fits your needs
  • Are recommended when you are recovering from an injury
  • Are best before or after surgery

Group Pilates classes

  • Are great to enhance motivation and compliance
  • Can be added when you want to supplement your Single Pilates sessions
  • Provide fun with friends and work colleagues

What to bring

  • Comfortable Gym/Exercise Clothes
  • Towel and Water Bottle

To see what clinical pilates can do for you, call us at Ace Sports Clinic today at 1-833-266-5223 or book online.