Clinical Pilates pioneers the link between the original work of Joseph Pilates and the most recent spinal stability research. Using mat pilates and spring loaded equipment, clinical pilates directs the focus of exercise to muscle control rather than strength. This produces flexible muscles with strength rather than short muscles that are strong but unable to maintain strength through their range. The end result is a body that works with greater efficiency due to improved control in the muscles that work to stabilise the spine, shoulder girdle and abdomen.

Our Clinical Pilates sessions and classes are fully supervised by our Exercise Physiologist Madeleine Linton, who has completed further training in matwork and equipment (reformer, trapeze and wunda chair) Pilates.

You will quickly meet your goals and have the tools to learn how to use your body better.

General Benefits:

  • Improved posture and flexibility
  • Improved trunk stability
  • Prevention of injury
  • Overall body toning
  • Injury management
  • Improved body biomechanics
  • Decreased tension
  • Improved body symmetry

Pilates is suitable for all ages, women, men, pregnant women, children and the elderly.

Pilates sessions are available for one-on-one, semi-private one-on-two, or small groups (max one-on-three).

Timetable is as follows:

Day Time
Monday 2 - 3pm 5 - 6pm and 6 - 7pm
Wednesday 6:00 - 7:00pm
Friday 11am - 12pm

8 - 9am, 9 - 10am and 10 - 11am

Alliance Health Clinics, Clinical Pilates. Servicing Ringwood, Mitcham, Nunawading, Vermont, Heathmont, Donvale and surrounding Eastern Melbourne suburbs.