Clinical Pilates On Demand


Clinical Pilates ON Demand, over 80+ pre-recorded pilates classes taught by a graduate rehab therapist. ideal for back pain, joint pain, injury rehab and sports performance



Not able to make a live pilates class, then why not catch up on our designated  ON DEMAND pilates channel, a library full of pre recorded Clinical pilates and restorative classes, available at any time, any where and you can watch and take part as many times as you like?

Our ON DEMAND library has over 80+ classes using various pilates props and items you can find around the home, to offer that in studio experience in the comfort of your own home.  Classes are taught by Certified APPI Pilates Instructors and Graduate Sports Rehab Therapists.

What is Clinical Pilates

Clinical Pilates has been modified by APPI Physiotherapists to allow therapists and instructors to combines the principles of traditional Pilates with current research to create a safe, clinically effective injury treatment, rehabilitation and injury prevention tool.  It is proven to be particularly beneficial in treating lower back pain.

Instructors focus on teaching quality of movement patterns not quantity, to reduce pain, aid recovery, improve general fitness, and well-being and prevent future risk of injury.

Benefits of Clinical Pilates
  • Improve posture and core stability
  • Increased muscular strength and flexibility
  • Injury Rehabilitation / Prevention
  • Reduce muscle and  joint pain
  • Improve wellbeing and general fitness
  • Enhanced breathing control
  • Improve balance and co-ordination
  • Improve Strength and mobility for sports performance


This course is suitable for all levels, both men and women of all ages and is particularly beneficial for those with back pain, poor postures, joint pain, sports injuries, arthritis, and stress related illness.

The NHS and the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) Guidelines now recommends exercise as one of the main forms of treatment in the management of lower back pain and sciatica. Sessions should include: strengthening, stretching, movement instruction, and postural control, all of which are included in a clinical pilates class.