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Exercise Classes

At Pivotal Motion Physiotherapy we offer several types of exercise classes to help keep you fit, healthy and fully functional.
Active Teen Classes
Strength and Balance Classes

Summer Holidays Active Teen Classes

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Start: Monday 10th December 2018 – Finish: Friday 25th January 2019
(Break: Monday 24th December 2018 – Tuesday 1st January 2019)


Group 1: 8 – 9 am
Group 2: 9:30 – 10:30 am
Foam Roller/Stretching for both groups: 9 – 9:30 am


$50 per week – this includes 5 classes per week as well as 5 x FREE Foam Roller/Stretching Classes

Payment is required at booking.

Alternatively, single classes can be booked for $20

One on One Summer Holidays Active Teen Classes

One on one sessions with our Physiotherapists can be booked for $70 per session.

The Summer Holiday Active Teen Classes is back at Pivotal Motion! A great way to keep the kids active through the long summer break, and to keep them on track while they are out of their normal sporting routines. Our strength and conditioning classes run each weekday morning between Monday the 10th of December and Friday the 25th of January.

Each session is supervised by one of our experienced, movement-focused physiotherapists, and will look to develop each child’s fitness, strength and coordination. This year we will be running pre and post-program testing to see how much of an improvement the kids have made. We will specifically tailor the exercise sessions to what each individual teen needs.

This year as an added bonus we will be running a self-release, foam rolling class for 30 minutes in between sessions. The goal is to assist in preventing aches and pains: while educating the kids on the benefits of self-maintenance when playing sport or working out.

Australia’s Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines have recommended children and adolescents participate in muscle and bone strengthening activities at least 3 days per week. Resistance training can also reduce the risk of a sports-related injury in adolescents (Sports Medicine Australia, 2017). Strength and conditioning programs can provide a lifelong form of enjoyable fitness, confidence in the gym, and many health benefits. For more information on the benefits of resistance training and activity for adolescents, refer to physiotherapy for teenagers.

Our Active Teen Classes will teach adolescents the basics of strength and conditioning and how to be safe and effective with training. We will teach correct technique for all fundamental strength exercises such as the squat, dead lift, and push up, as well as an introduction to stretching, plyometrics, and proprioception. Pivotal Motion Physiotherapy has a maximum number of 6 teens in each of our exercise classes. Each class will be led by one of Pivotal Motion Physiotherapy’s qualified physiotherapists.

Strength and Conditioning




Strength and Balance Classes

Every Monday and Thursday 9am

Pivotal Motion hosts a strength and balance classes every week. Exercise classes involve a range of exercises designed to challenge balance and strength. Run by a physiotherapist who supports and facilitates correct technique, the exercise class ensures a whole body work out. Classes are tailored to suit the needs of each individual. This is a fun and social class with the classes often having coffee following their workout.

The primary goals of the strength and balance class are:

    • Improving strength
    • Falls prevention
    • Improving fitness
    • Instilling confidence in function and movement.
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