Clinical Yoga & Pilates


1. Posture correction and Rehabilitation class

– Body correction and Strength improvement,Forward head posture, Rounded shoulders, reduced pelvic pain

2. Diet program

– Weight loss , Managing Diet and Cardio exercises, Systematic diet and exercise program

3. Children’s Pilates Yoga class

– Exercise promoting growth and posture correction for children

How do Yoga and Physiotherapy combine?

Leading physiotherapists have begun the integration of Yoga and Physiotherapy based on the emerging evidence for its effectiveness.

Yoga therapy Combines knowledge of physiotherapy with traditional yoga, to improve physical performance, treat chronic pain conditions, rehabilitate serious injuries.

We provide an evidence based approach to treatment by offering both private and semi private yoga classes in Perth (or group yoga classes).

How is Clinical Yoga different?

Clinical Yoga is a different approach to general classes. Clinical Yoga is typically conducted 1-on-1, or in very small groups, supervised by a registered physiotherapist. Each client is individually evaluated, and prescribed specific poses to form a personalised yoga sequence.

Yoga sessions at Inner Focus Physiotherapy occur in a supportive environment, fully supervised by your physiotherapist. This is an ideal environment to overcome injury, rehabilitate from trauma, and reduce stress.

Clinical Pilates: Become Stronger, Fitter & More Flexible

Clinical Pilates is a form of exercise guided by physiotherapists for rehabilitation and prevention of injury. It is an adaptation of the original Pilates method, incorporating current scientific knowledge and physiotherapy expertise.

Clinical Pilates is instructed on a one to one or small group basis using floor exercises and spring loaded equipment to develop and train the deep abdominal and spinal muscles to provide stability and strength.

Our focus is on accurate diagnosis and treatment of pain and injury as well as optimal postural alignment and bio mechanics.


Clinical Pilates follows 6 key principles (the 6 “C’s”):

  • Centering – activating the smaller (tonic) muscles to stabilise the spine.
  • Conscious Breathing – conscious and correct inspiration breathing (diaphragmatic) to stabilise the spine.
  • Core Alignment – “neutral” positions are maintained around the joints of the body.
  • Control – limit movement to mid ranges.
  • Concentration – intentional and informed mental focus on the body part’s.
  • Coordination – feeling of ease during a movement.
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