What are Physiotherapy Exercise Classes?
Physiotherapy Exercise classes focus on correct movement quality not quantity, core stabilisation through the abdominal area and shoulder girdle, and postural correction.
Clinical exercise taught by a Physiotherapist is now well recognised by the medical field for its benefits in prevention and rehabilitation of back injuries, muscle imbalance and stress incontinence
Sarah, a Registered Physiotherapist with a background in Clinical Pilates, teaches Physiotherapy exercise classes incorporating strengthening and stabilising exercises. Classes allow for adaptation and tailoring of traditional exercises to accommodate and help rehabilitate those with injuries and pathology. Classes cater for sport specific tailoring of exercises. A background in Physiotherapy is an essential base for teaching Clinical Exercise.
A maximum of 10 clients per class allows individual attention, ensuring all exercises are adapted to individual needs and capabilities. Hands on teaching style ensures correct technique. Handbooks encourage correct practice of taught exercises at home, with "Homework".
Sarah Venables is a Registered Physiotherapist has been trained and fully certified by the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (London and Australia) and has attended numerous Pilates courses for Health Professionals. She has been teaching Clinical Exercise for over 19 years.