FLEXercise Pilates Classes

Our FLEXercise Mat Pilates classes that involve a physiotherpist are a targeted way of addressing your key issues with close supervision.

FLEXercise Clinical Exercise Classes Are:

  • Supervised and instructed by APPI pilates trained Physiotherapists
  • Limited to 6 participants per class for close supervision and social distancing (In many timeslots there are just 5).
  • Suitable for injured and uninjured clients
  • Using affordable, portable exercise equipment you can buy and use at home independently
  • Conveniently close to the CBD for busy people
  • Affordable and covered by Private Health Insurance, leaving little out of pocket expense
  • Tailored to the needs and goals of the participants due to our Pilates Screening
FLEXercise Pilates Classes

FLEXercise Classes Will Help You:

  • Recognise non optimal movement strategies and retrain more optimal patterns
  • Develop a strong abdomen, lower back, and buttocks
  • Improve your posture and flexibility
  • Learn breath awareness and release tension
  • Master better body control, becoming stronger in both upper and lower body
  • Help prevent injury via improved body awareness, or recover from your injury
  • Relax, rejuvenate and feel better

FLEXercise Class Screenings

We require all clients to attend a FLEXercise Screening appointment to allow one of our physiotherapists to assess your ability level, strengths, weaknesses and goals so we can set exercises at the right level to challenge you safely and target the areas you want to improve in.  

We are really keen to hear your feedback, ideas, and which days and timeslots suit you.

FLEXercise Principles to Retrain more Optimal Movement

  • Recognise & Retrain non-optimal movement patterns
  • Research based rehabilitation
  • Breathing
  • Control - using core and proximal stability
  • Flowing, smooth, easy movement
  • Dissociation - learning multiple movement options

As Physiotherapists, we also refer to "Dissociation" which combines the concepts of centering, control and precise, flowing movement.  Dissociation means that you can hold one region stable whilst moving independently at a nearby segment.  (eg. stabilise your spine as you flex and extend at your hip)  Physiotherapy research shows us this skill is important in rehabilitation of injuries, as well as in preventing injuries.

Timetable

Monday - 12:15

Tuesday - 12:15 and 5:30

Wednesday - 12:15P and 5:30

Thursday - 9:30 and 5:30

Friday - 9:30 and 12:15

Saturday - 8:30 and 9:30P

(P = Posture Plus Upper Body Focus)

FLEXercise Pilates Classes

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FLEX Health Therapy in Hobart provides exceptional Physiotherapy, including assessment and diagnosis, effective hands on therapy, and targeted exercise rehabilitation, looking after you from top to toe.

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