We are excited to introduce Malvern Pilates Studio!
Malvern Pilates Studio is our purpose-built Clinical Pilates Studio with state-of-the-art equipment. As an extension of Malvern Physiotherapy Clinic, which has been providing care to Malvern East and the surrounding Ashburton, Chadstone, Carnegie, Caufield North, Malvern, Murrumbeena, Glen Iris, Caufield, Armadale, Glen Huntly communities since 2012, Malvern Pilates Studio continues the high-level of service.
Malvern Pilates Studio has over 40 classes on offer per week; including pregnancy pilates, one on one pilates and are all run by our highly qualified Physiotherapists. With expert anatomical knowledge, we choose exercises that meet your everyday, sporting, injury-prevention or well-being goals.
Our light-filled space is fitted out with the latest pilates equipment including reformers, trapeze table and pilates chair. This amazing, fresh space is the perfect place to focus on your body and health.
Our primary focus is on you and your well-being. It’s that simple!
We take pride in ensuring you are the person who takes our focus during any session you have with one of our therapists. As a result, we are able to ensure you maximise the time you dedicate to your body.
What is the link between Clinical Pilates and breathing?
What is the link between Clinical Pilates and breathing? Clinical Pilates along with Pilates taught by instructors and Yoga all have a strong focus on how you breathe. The reason for this is that the way you expand your rib-cage and how you use your breathing muscles (thoracic diaphragm and intercostal muscles) will influence the...
What are the health benefits of Clinical Pilates? Clinical Pilates will challenge your control and deep muscles by taking you into positions that require great body awareness to maintain. There is no doubt that by watching a trained performing dancer, you can see the symmetry between mind and body allowing a smooth and graceful movement....
Can Clinical Pilates help low back pain? A systematic review of the effectiveness of Clinical Pilates exercises in 2014 showed that Pilates exercise was able to reduce pain and increase function better than 'usual care' in the short term. Clinical Pilates was also able to provide equivalent relief in low back pain to massage therapy....