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Welcome to Perfect Form by Ann

Perfect Form Pilates in it's 13th year will make it happen for you.
Pilates classes will tone your muscles and improve your posture.
The Pilates method of body conditioning is a unique system of stretching and strengthening exercises. It is a low impact approach that is suitable for all ages and abilities.
Pilates is a particulary good exercise for many people with back pain as it is designed to strengthen the deep abdominal muscles and pelvic floor muscles which provide support to the back.

Term 1 - 2015

Monday February 2 - Thursday April 2

(Mon,Fri,Sat: 8 wks - Tue,Wed,Thur 9wks)
Public Holidays: Labour Day March 2—Good Friday April 3

If you have any classes that you need to make up you had better get in quick before end of term.

Bookings are Essential

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Term 2

Monday April 20 - Saturday July 4

Bookings will only be confirmed once payment has been received.
Early Bird Deadline - April 2nd
Payment may be made by cash, Money Order, cheque or direct debt

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Pilates for Back Pain

Back pain is extremely common in Australia, 15 - 20% of the population report having back pain or disc problems roughly equal to 4 million Australians. It is estimated that 85% of the population will experience back pain at some point in their lives. Pilates is a particularly good exercise for many people with back pain as it is designed to strengthen the deep abdominal and pelvic floor muscles, which provide support to the back.
As with any exercise, poor technique carries the risk of injuring muscles and joints.
Any person with a medical condition should check with their doctor or health professional before starting Pilates.
Pilates works on creating stability in the lower back and pelvic region, which allows the body to move with greater efficiency and form By strengthening certain muscle groups and stretching others, better posture is achieved which helps reduces muscle and joint pain.