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At Physio South East, we run small Pilates classes, held at venues local to you and taught by Chartered Physiotherapists so you're in safe hands.

Taught by Chartered Physiotherapists, Clinical Pilates exercises have numerous benefits readily acknowledged by healthcare professionals. Ideal for young and old, Clinical Pilates exercises will help with specific medical conditions as well as general fitness.

Pilates is a mind-body conditioning exercise programme that targets the deep postural muscles of the abdomen and spine to improve overall central core stability and posture.

Bringing together the best techniques from traditional Pilates and physiotherapy, Clinical Pilates is a special form of modified Pilates which is approved by health professionals as safe and effective.

Our classes are taught by Chartered Physiotherapists who have an advanced knowledge of anatomy and physiology.

APPI Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

We currently run Pilates classes in Canterbury, Kingston near Canterbury, Swalecliffe, Seasalter near Whitstable and Faversham.

Clinical Pilates can help with

  • back and neck pain
  • postural problems
  • strength & muscle tone
  • core muscles & pelvic floor
  • physical rehabilitation
  • injury prevention
  • stress-related conditions
  • co-ordination and balance
  • general fitness

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You're in safe hands

Our small classes are taught by Chartered Physiotherapists to ensure you receive individual attention from a healthcare professional.

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Tailor-made for you

Before starting our classes, one of our Chartered Physiotherapists will carry out a personal assessment to ensure the exercises are specific for you.

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Ideal for young and old

The best techniques from traditional Pilates and physiotherapy ensure our Clinical Pilates classes are safe and effective to help with specific medical conditions as well as general fitness.

More about Clinical Pilates

Clinical Pilates is an excellent way to improve your posture, core strength, muscle tone and general fitness. It is also known to lower stress levels and improve your general well-being. Many people embark upon a course of clinical Pilates to help them with specific health issues for example:- lower back pain, neck and shoulder pain, postural problems or to improve pelvic floor and core muscles. For some, Pilates is used to aid physical rehabilitation following injury or surgery.

Clinical Pilates will:

  • improve posture
  • improve breathing
  • tone muscles without adding bulk
  • improve mobility
  • help alleviate back pain and spine-related problems development of your core strength
  • improve bone density
  • improve balance and coordination
  • improve general fitness and wellbeing
  • make you look and feel better with firmer buttocks, flatter abdomen, slender thighs and improved posture