My love affair with Clinical Pilates?

Those of us who have lived with chronic pain can relate to the razer-like obsession in finding a cure, a quick fix, a way out of the pain.  After years of professional dancing with great flexibility but lacking stability and control in my movements, I found myself nursing a multitude of debilitating injuries.  It stopped me in my tracks and I embarked on finding the cause of my injuries, not quick fix band aid solutions like massage and other therapies providing temporary relief but the injury always came back.

I found Clinical Pilates and never looked back.  I had to relearn how to move and found that with a technique called directional bias training I was able to, after being diagnosed by a Sport doctor who said I would never be able to dance or run again, complete the Great Ocean Road Marathon and still to this day I participate in 3-4 ballet classes a week.

I was so moved by my results that I enrolled into a Clinical Pilates course and had the pleasure to work with Craig Phillps. My Pilates classes focus on posture, core stability, balance, control, strength, flexibility and breathing and continue to work alongside physiotherapists when I have clients that require treatment.