Pre and Post-natal Pilates

Pre and Post-natal Pilates


Elite Spinal Physiotherapy and Pilates is well equipped and welcomes mum’s and mum’s-to -be. All of our sessions are run by Physiotherapists who can tailor your program to make sure you stay fit, strong and flexible through out your pregnancy and after your bub is born.

We have numerous pieces of equipment in our studio, such as a reformer, wunda chair, Cadilac etc. This allows us to design a specific program for wherever you are up to.


Which sessions are suitable?

To make it as flexible as possible we encourage all our mum’s and mum’s to be to attend any of the classes on the schedule. As we have very small class sizes everyone completes their own tailored program therefore allowing a range of people to attend the same session.

We also have specific mum’s and bub’s class times. These are times where everyone is able to bring their baby. We have a special soft play mat where the babies can lie or play and lots of room for prams.


Can I bring my baby?

You are most welcome to bring them to the mum’s and bub’s class times

You can do private sessions and bring your baby to the session. One great option is to come with a friend or two and book a time that suits you all. We have lots of space in the studio for the babies to play.


How do I get started?

The first step is to complete an initial consultation which is a private one hour session with your Physiotherapist where they will assess you and establish your goals. They will then devise a tailored program that is going to support you through out your pregnancy and allow you to exercise in a safe, supported environment.


Can I get a rebate on my health fund?

As all sessions are run by a Physiotherapist you will be able to claim it on your health fund. We also have hicaps at the clinic for on the spot claims


How many people are in a class?

We keep the classes to a maximum of 4 people per session


When is it safe to start Pilates whilst pregnant?

You can start before you even realize you are pregnant and can do Pilates right up to when you are due. Your program will be adjusted by your physiotherapist throughout the stages of pregnancy.


When is it safe to start Pilates after my child is born?

This can vary depending on your and whether or not you had a natural birth or a caesarian. Once your doctor is happy for you to start gentle exercise you are able to start Pilates. This is generally around 6 weeks after birth.

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How to find us


6/360 Oxford St, Bondi Junction NSW 2022

Entrance around the corner on Vernon St

Opening Hours:

Mon-Fri: 7am-8pm

Sat: 8am-1pm

02 9387 3310