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Clinical Pilates

COVID-19 Lockdown 3.0 UPDATE: From 26th December 2020 we have been unable to continue with group Pilates sessions for the forseeable future. We continue to be able to offer a range of online options and also 1-2-1 face to face sessions in the clinic. 

We offer a range of options for you to benefit from Pilates. 

If you're happy to come into the studio and clinic, you can do:

  1. Small group Clinical Mat Pilates
  2. 1-2-1 Clinical Mat Pilates
  3. Small group Reformer Pilates
  4. 1-2-1 Reformer Pilates

If you'd rather do Pilates from the comfort of your own home, you can choose: 

  1. Live Stream Online Classes
  2. Pilates at Home: Online pre-recorded classes 
  3. Pilates at Home: 1-2-1 Pilates sessions

Pilates has become recognised as one of the most effective ways to enjoy an active and pain free life. 

Since 2006, goPhysio has offered specialist 'Clinical' Pilates classes in Chandlers Ford. We offer you both mat based Pilates classes as well as specialist equipment based Clinical Reformer Pilates from our spacious and fully equipped, onsite, air conditioned Studio or from the comfirt of your home. 

Who is Clinical Pilates for? 

Almost everyone could benefit from taking part in Pilates. The exercises can be adapted for all ages and levels of fitness, whether you're recovering from an injury, pregnant, retired or a competitive athlete. If you tend to suffer with recurrent back or neck pain, taking part in regular Pilates can really help. In fact, it's a great way to ward off or help recovery form many injuries as it really focuses on muscle control, movement and developing strength and flexibility throughout the whole body. 

Pilates helps you learn how to move efficiently, giving you strength, control and physical durability. At goPhysio, you'll be under the expert guidance of one of our experienced Clinical Instructors. Enthusiastic exercisers, Mum’s to be, the elderly and anyone that values investing in their body, can benefit from Pilates. If you’re recovering from injury it’s an excellent form of rehabilitation, training your body to ‘move better’, preventing re-injury and helping manage long term conditions. 

Pilates is particularly great for helping:

  • People with ongoing or recurrent back or neck problems
  • Long term musculoskeletal pain and conditions such as arthritis
  • Athletes and regular exercisers, such as runners, who want to learn how to move well and efficiently, wanting to improve their sporting performance
  • Pro-active individuals who want to enhance their physical durability and prevent musculoskeletal injuries
  • Anyone who wants to improve their strength, stability, co-ordination and balance
  • Rehabilitation following an injury
  • Improve posture and postural awareness

Why choose Pilates at goPhysio?

Our Pilates service at goPhysio is pretty unique in the area and are a great choice for many reasons! 

  • All of our Pilates sessions are led by clinical injury management experts (Physio's or Graduate Sports & Rehab Therapists), so, in addition to Pilates knowledge they can help you prevent and manage any aches, pains or injuries you may have. 
  • We offer a a range of options, so whether you feel more comfortable being in a group, 1-2-1 or staying at home, you can choose what suits you best. 
  • We run an extensive and varied studio timetable throughout the week, so you have lot's of classes to choose from. 
  • Our classes are small. This means that you get individual attention and guidance so that you can get maximum benefit from doing Pilates.
  • Classes are run all year round, throughout the week (apart from bank holidays). 
  • You'll have on hand access to a Physio or Sports & Rehabilitation Therapist every week. So if you have any niggles or injury related issues or questions, they are there to guide and reassure you.
  • We have a team of 6 highly trained Clinical Instructors.
  • We offer seamless care. With our range of onsite services if you need additional help, we can support and guide you. 
  • The classes and 1-2-1s are progressive, so from mat Beginners right up to Advanced +, there is opportunity for you to progress and challenge yourself. 
  • The classes are all run in our spacious and well equipped onsite studio. It's air conditioned, so stays comfortable all year round.
  • All equipment is provided, so you don't need to come with anything but yourself and it's clean, modern and light - no drafty, dusty village halls! 

How do I get started?

Take a look at the different options available on our website. If you're not sure what would suit you best, just give us a call on 023 8025 3317 or drop us an email to 


What exactly is Pilates?

Pilates is a system of exercises designed to improve physical strength, flexibility, and posture, and enhance mental awareness. It was developed in the early 1900's by the German born, Joseph Pilates, who believed physical and mental strength were closely connected. Pilates can be done as part of a class or on a 1-2-1 basis. There are lots of classes to choose from - some are mat based and others may use specialist equipment. 
How do I choose a Pilates class?

There are lot's of different types of Pilates and classes to choose from, such as Reformer, Fitness Pilates, PiYo and mat Pilates. If you're new to Pilates a good place to start is a mat based class. This is the bread and butter of Pilates and the basis on which all other Pilates is built. We progress our mat classes from beginner through to advanced at a pace that suits each individual. 

If you've had an injury who better to teach you than a qualified Physiotherapist or Sports and Rehabilitation Therapist. We integrate all our knowledge and experience into the classes to make sure you progress at the right pace, are challenged appropriately and don't risk re-injuring yourself. It’s almost like having access to ongoing, group physiotherapy. 

You may also want to consider how many people are in the class. The key to Pilates exercises is the quality of the movement. To gain benefit you have to do the exercises correctly. Smaller classes enable the instructor to give individual guidance. We've actually had people come to us after suffering an injury by doing Pilates incorrectly in a large class. At goPhysio, we never have more than 11 people in our classes, they are often much smaller than this. 

Why do I need to have a Pilates induction before I start a class?

If you haven't already seen us at goPhysio and want to join our studio classes, you will need to come and see one of our Pilates Instructors before you join a class. This is essential so we can screen you for any injuries or particularly weak areas, find out exactly what you want to achieve by coming to Pilates and teach you the basics before you start. This is commonplace for any Clinical Pilates classes. This 30 minute appointment will really help you get 110% out of the classes.

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