Physiotherapy Group Sessions (PGS)

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Physiotherapy Group Sessions (PGS)

At PPFC, we offer Physiotherapy Group Exercise Sessions where you can work through your own individual exercise program.

What is the difference between a PGS and a Pilates Class?

Our Pilates Classes are either mat or Reformer based. There is a maximum of 6 people in a class, and you will all be doing a similar exercise routine.
In a PGS, your physiotherapist will have designed a personalised exercise program to assist you to overcome your pain or injury, which you work through, supervised by a physiotherapist, in a group of 4-6 people.

Screening

To join a Pilates Class or PGS, the first step is to do a screening with one of our Physiotherapists. This permits the physio to identify the key areas you need to work on, and they will determine whether Pilates or PGS is most suitable for you. They will also address any core retraining that may be required – and will use Real Time Ultrasound to show you how to use these muscles more effectively. Screenings, PGS and Pilates Classes can all be claimed through your private health fund.

 

Packages, Terms and Yearly Enrolment

We offer 6 week packages, terms and yearly enrolments for PGS.

For regular attendees, we offer free 1:1 Sessions and Wellness Sessions twice a year. - Ask us for more details!

You are also most welcome to attend casually. Please note that all exercise sessions must be pre-booked.

 

We also have Pilates and Yoga classes and 1:1 sessions available with weekly schedules.

 

Term 3 2017 PGS schedule

(Monday 17 July – Saturday 7 October)

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