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.


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.


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.


Who is clinical pilates suitable for?

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

  • People recovering from injury or surgery
  • Children and adolescents
  • Office workers
  • Athletes
  • People experiencing chronic pain
  • Pre and postnatal women
  • The elderly


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.