The Pilates Method is a unique system of strengthening and stretching exercises developed by Joseph Pilates in the early 1900’s utilising specialised equipment and mat exercises.

The Pilates Method is without peer when it comes to rehabilitation for any form of injury, as well as increasing fitness, improving posture and sporting performance.


ProActive Rehabilitation and Health provides personalised Pilates programs on a one on one setting in a fully equipped pilates studio. These personalised programs can also be provided in a small group setting of up to five clients between the hours of 12:30pm and 3:30pm Monday to Friday to ensure that you achieve the most out of the Pilates experience and achieve improvements through all musculoskeletal injuries, longer leaner muscles and improvements in sporting performance. If you wish to undertake this through a small group setting then please look at Lifestyle Pilates and Rehabilitation Studio as we occupy the same practice and they provide multiple classes 5 days per week.


Pilates can benefit the injured as well as the healthy and is an all over body conditioning program without the impact and need for heavy machinery but with all the same benefits and results. Classes can be provided as a form of exercise and prevention through increased stability.

Pilates programs are incorporated through Work Related Activity Programs (WRAP), Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) Plans. Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA) and for Private Health Fund rebates when conducted by an Exercise Physiologist. Pilates is an excellent form of exercise for the rehabilitation of musculo-skeletal injuries and the development of strong lean muscles for all ages.


The Benefits

  • Core stability – Pilates works the deep stabilising muscles of the body to create a strong core, giving the body a stable foundation to execute all other movment.
  • Increased flexibility, strength, coordination and balance
  • Increased body awareness and improved posture
  • Development of long, lean muscle and muscle tone
  • Awareness of efficient, controlled postural movement, working from a ‘centre’ of strength created by stabilising the lumber spine, pelvis and scapular
  • Reduce chronic back, neck, shoulder and knee pain
  • Improved functional capacity following injury and more rapid return to pre-injury or pre-surgery status
  • Improved sports performance
  • Beneficial for both prenatal and post-natal women

For more information please contact our office on (02) 4957 2757 or Mark Goswell directly on 0411 447674. If you are interested in small group classes please go to Lifestyle Pilates and Rehabilitation Studio for further information.