What is Clinical Pilates?

Clinical Pilates is a safe and effective series of mat based exercises developed by Physiotherapists to maintain the body’s natural function and movement. It is a whole body approach designed to improve posture and enhance wellbeing.

What are the benefits of Clinical Pilates?

It is a great way to mobilize and strengthen the body helping to prevent injury or rehabilitate an injury safely. It works by strengthening the stabilising muscles around all the joints of the body including the spine.

Back and Neck Pain

G.P.’s recommend Pilates for managing back and neck pain.


By mobilising joints and strengthening the muscles around them Clinical Pilates helps to manage arthritis.

Shoulder Pain

Clinical Pilates helps manage shoulder pain by improving posture and strengthening the rotator cuff muscles (the core of the shoulder).

Hip and Knee Pain

Increasing stability and strength at the pelvis, hip and knee.

Ankle Pain

Improving balance and co-ordination and strength in the foot and ankle.

Enhancing performance in sports-improving technique by developing efficient movement patterns and increasing the endurance of core stability muscles.

Catrin has over 10 years teaching experience in Pilates and a career in Physiotherapy and sports injuries management. She has studied with the Australian Pilates and Physiotherapy Institute (APPI) up to Advanced Level 3 and with Modern Pilates.