Clinical Pilates


Our clinical Pilates classes are led by our experienced physiotherapy team, with a strong focus on empowering you to improve your core strength and stability.


Who is clinical Pilates suitable for?

Our clinical Pilates classes are suitable for everyone, however we specialise in assisting:

  • Musculoskeletal injuries
  • Sporting injuries
  • Injury prevention
  • Post-operative management
  • Pregnancy-related pain
  • Post-partum recovery
  • Improving strength
  • Improving flexibility


What can I expect from the initial assessment?

At Biosymm, we know that not every health journey looks the same.

That’s why we undertake a comprehensive initial assessment to understand your health goals and injury history before beginning classes.

The initial assessment will involve:

  • Identifying any current pains and/or symptoms
  • A general musculoskeletal screening to understand range of motion and strength
  • A real-time ultrasound to assess the pelvic floor and abdominal muscles strength

Once completed, we will create a tailored clinical Pilates program to suit your needs and goals, all in a safe and welcoming environment.


How long is an initial assessment?

Initial consultation – 45 minutes

A one-on-one consultation involves a thorough examination of your injury history, movement and muscle strength.

This will also include an assessment of your pelvic floor using real-time ultrasound.

This allows our team to tailor and modify exercises to your individual needs.

  • All patients are required to have an initial consultation before starting
Supervised exercise consultations – 45 minutes

A one-on-one session involving floor and reformer Pilates.

Supervised group classes – 45 minutes

Small group classes of three-to-one involving floor and reformer Pilates.

  • Options are available to purchase at cheaper rates in 5 or 10-class packs


What can I expect from the clinical Pilates classes?

Each clinical Pilates class will include a maximum of three clients, allowing us to provide you with individualised attention to focus on you.

Based on your needs, equipment used in our clinical Pilates classes may include:

  • Reformer machines
  • Cadillacs
  • Wunda chairs
  • Resistance bands, small weights and a balance trainer/dome

It is required that you wear active wear and socks to class. Grip socks can be purchased in-clinic at our front desk.


Class schedule

We currently offer one-hour clinical Pilates classes every Tuesday at 8am, 9am, 12pm and 5pm.

If these times don’t suit you, please contact our team.


How much do sessions cost?

Initial assessment (required): $110
Single class: $65
6 class pack: $360 (saving of $30)
12 class pack: $600 (saving of $120)

Private health rebates may be available for clinical Pilates classes.


Meet our Pilates expert

Kaidee graduated from Curtin University in 2011 and has over 10 years’ experience as a private practice physiotherapist.

Having completed a yearlong specialised physiotherapy Pilates training program in 2012, Kaidee combines her role as treating therapist by conducting Pilates physiotherapy and clinical exercise sessions and co-ordinating our Pilates studio.