Our clinical physiotherapy classes are a pilates-based exercise class that aims to improve muscular control and functional core.


These classes are great for strength and flexibility optimising overall posture reducing stress on the joints and improving coordination and balance.


Fullarton Timetable:

Tuesday: 7.00am - 8.00am

Wednesday: 9.30am - 10.30am 

GLA;D®, or Good Life with Arthritis: Denmark, is an education and exercise program developed by researchers in Denmark for people with hip or knee osteoarthritis symptoms. 


This education and exercise program reflects the latest evidence in osteoarthritis (OA) research. It also includes feedback from people with OA and trainers on what works in the real world to help patients manage OA symptoms.


Fullarton Timetable:

Monday: 12.00pm - 1.00pm 

Wednesday: 10.30am - 11.30am

Thursday: 11.00am - 12.00 noon

Friday: 9:00am - 10:00am

Our Falls and Balance classes are held in our onsite gym using resistance-based exercise to strengthen both upper and lower limbs, giving you the confidence to stay active and maintain your quality of life. These classes aim to improve balance and coordination increase general strength and reduce your risk of falls. 


Fullarton Timetable:

Monday: 12-1pm

Wednesday: 10.30am - 11.30am

Thursday: 11.00am - 12.00 noon

Friday: 9.00am - 10.00am

Hydrotherapy is a water-based exercise program that is great for rehabilitation. It helps to minimise their compressive forces on the body. The warm water can have a therapeutic effect reducing muscle spasms and pain whilst providing a mild resistance to improve strength and endurance.


Fullarton Timetable:

Wednesday: 11.30pm- 12.30pm

Friday: 10.00am - 11.00am

Class Infomation

Benefits of Physio Group Exercise 

Here at Yates Physiotherapy, we offer a range of different class-types to suit different needs and individuals. Attending a regular class can be a great way to keep in touch with your physiotherapist, enjoy the safety and specificity of supervised exercise, have fun and make progress towards your goals. 


We think it’s much easier to stick to exercise and fitness goals when you commit with a friend, and the class environment is a great way to socialise while you exercise.


Pre Class Assessment:

Before commencing any group classes, we require an initial assessment which will allow us to identify any physical concerns and ensure our classes are suitable.


During this assessment, we will run through strengths and weakness to guide you to the best available options to meet your goals. From here, our experienced physiotherapists will work with you to create a tailored exercise plan. We also recommend a three-month re-assessment to monitor your progress. 


Exercise Plan:

Your physiotherapist will construct a tailored exercise program designed to help you achieve your goals explicitly based on your needs and abilities.


How to book a class?  

Call or email the clinic to book your appointment. You can also book online on our website by following the ‘Book Now’ button.


How often do I need to come? 

Your physiotherapist will provide you with a guide following your initial assessment. We recommend attending at least one class a week to maintain a level of consistency. However, your physiotherapist may suggest more if required for best results. 


What should I bring to a class? 

We recommend bringing a towel and water bottle to every class. We will provide mats, equipment and sanitiser. 


What kind of clothing shall I wear to a class?

Loose-fitting, comfortable clothing is recommended. Swimwear for Hydrotherapy (indoor pool)


Grip Socks: Please be aware that for hygiene reasons, grip socks are mandatory for Mat Physio, Reformer Physio, Falls and Balance, and the GLAD classes.

Group Classes

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Enjoy the safety and specificity of supervised exercise, have fun and make progress towards your goals.